Thai tech website Zolkorn today published a report claiming the first AMD ‘Polaris’ based graphics cards will be launched by the end of this month.
The website claims AMD is planning to hold a media event in Macau, China, a few days before Computex 2016 formally kicks off in Taipei. Invites to the event have reportedly been sent out already, although only to select media outlets.
The event will likely see the introduction of the new Radeon R9 400 series graphics cards, based on the company’s 14nm Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 chips. Graphics cards from various AIB partners will most likely be showcased at Computex, following which we can expect the cards to become available before the end of next month in most key markets around the world.