Although the invitation does not reveal a lot of details, it did say that the event will be presented by AMD President and CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, as well as other senior executives and partners, which adds some weight to it.
According to earlier seen roadmaps, AMD will most likely unveil its 2nd generation Ryzen Pro desktop and Ryzen Mobile Pro CPUs but it is possible that AMD has prepared a surprise or two as well. We are still missing the 2nd generation Ryzen Threadripper CPUs, which are also scheduled for the 2nd half of this year and have been recently showing up in various leaks, so those could be on the table as well.
In its invite email, AMD mentions both Ryzen and Radeon, so it might be giving a bit more information on the earlier mentioned 7nm Radeon Vega Instinct AI card.
In any case, we will get a clear picture on what AMD has prepared for Computex 2018 show on June 6th, just a day after Intel and its own Computex 2018 press conference.
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