AMD's New Horizon event wrapped up a little over a week ago. At the time the HEXUS Editor in Chief penned a deep dive article containing everything we knew about the 'Red Moon Ryzing' and you can pick through that here to learn about the tech behind the upcoming new AMD CPUs.
Shortly after the event AMD thoughtfully uploaded the full hour-long New Horizon presentation for enthusiasts to watch over, popcorn in hand. However, it has since been to the video editing suite and broken down key segments of the presentation for your convenience. So users can now quickly digest the potential AMD's new CPUs have to offer.
A few hours ago AMD uploaded a pair of Ryzen technology introduction adverts, one at just 50 seconds long, and another more meaningful one as embedded above, trying to encapsulate the whole event in two and a quarter minutes.
AMD's benchmarking demonstrations have been farmed out into their own videos. You can see the Ryzen Handbrake video encoding demo and the Ryzen Blender demo. Other use cases such as the ability of Ryzen systems to tackle VR and mixed reality, pro workstation use, 4K gaming, and eSports gaming use are featured too. An AMD Ryzen YouTube playlist is available here.
Finally, AMD has officially published the presentation segment showing its newest CPU and graphics architecture in action together (cheers from the crowd). Yes, a Ryzen CPU was paired with a Vega GPU in a beefy AM4 platform PC to "deliver outstanding performance (4K, 60fps+) in StarWars Battlefront Rogue One." Lisa Su commented that the demonstration system was "the dream gaming PC of 2017, in action". You can watch that two and a quarter minute gaming demo below.
Now the wait for Ryzen availability and pricing information continues…