Nvidia and AMD have officially announced the CES 2023 new product launch conference. Nvidia will hold a new product launch conference on January 4, 2023. It is expected to bring RTX 40 series notebook graphics cards, RTX 4070 Ti desktop graphics cards. AMD Lisa Su will also appear in person, bringing the Ryzen 7000 series products.
Nvidia will hold a virtual “special speech” at that time, which means that there will be no live broadcast, but a rebroadcast, and it will not be an event in person. CEO Jensen Huang was absent from last year’s CES event, and since Nvidia hasn’t revealed who will be hosting the 2023 CES event, it’s likely he won’t be present this time either.
At CES in 2023, Nvidia will release two products, the RTX 40 series notebook graphics card and the RTX 4070 Ti desktop graphics card. According to preliminary information, the RTX 4070 Ti will be available on January 5th.
The 2023 CES opening keynote will be hosted by AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su, who is expected to introduce the new Ryzen 7000 series and possibly RDNA3 mobile graphics. Unlike Nvidia’s event, this will be a live event and will also be live-streamed.
Intel confirmed it will be present at CES 2023, but did not announce any press conference or livestream. The company will launch the 13th generation Core non-K desktop CPU series and the 13th generation Core HX/HK/H laptop series. In addition, Intel should also reveal the pricing and release date of the Core i9-13900KS flagship Raptor Lake-S CPU, which will be clocked at 6GHz.