Computex is just hours away and will feature keynotes from some of the biggest names in technology, including AMD, Nvidia and Microsoft. There will almost certainly be some exciting announcements from each brand, but since Computex takes place in Taipei, Taiwan, the keynotes don’t take place at the most appropriate times (at least for those of us in North America).
The keynotes from Microsoft and AMD will keep you up until the wee hours tonight, while the Nvidia keynote won’t take place until late in the evening tomorrow. Here’s how and when to tune in to each keynote:
How to watch AMD’s keynote
AMD CEO Lisa Su will speak in a keynote titled “AMD Advancing the High-Performance Computing Experience,” highlighting AMD’s latest innovations in laptop and desktop performance. The chip company is rumored to unveil the Ryzen 7000 series desktop CPUs that use the new Zen 4 core architecture, as well as the X670E, X670 and B650 motherboards that support the next-generation AM5 platform.
You can watch the keynote on YouTube when it goes live tomorrow morning on Monday, May 23 at 2am ET, 11pm PT or 2pm local time in Taipei. If you’re not sure what time that is for where you live, check this out handy time conversion table AMD posted a message on Twitter.
How to watch Nvidia’s keynote
Nvidia’s keynote will feature six different speakers, including Ian Buck, the company’s vice president of Accelerated Computing; Jeff Fisher, GeForce’s senior vice president; and Michael Kagan, Nvidia’s CTO. The keynote will cover a range of topics such as accelerated computing, gaming, content creation and data center solutions.
You can watch the keynote from Nvidia’s YouTube livestream tomorrow night, May 23 at 11pm ET / 8pm PT or 11am local time in Taipei.
How to watch Microsoft’s keynote
Microsoft’s keynote includes a speech from Panos Panay, the chief product officer behind Windows and Microsoft Surface devices, as well as Nicole Dezen, Microsoft’s corporate vice president. The keynote is simply titled “A Conversation About Windows 11 with Panos Panay and Nicole Dezen.”
You can watch YouTube’s 30-minute keynote tomorrow morning, May 23, at 3:30 AM ET / 12:30 PM PT or 3:30 PM local time in Taipei.