AMD Radeon RX 6000: How to watch the latest GPU unveiling, time, schedule, and everything you need to know!

As both NVIDIA and Intel continue to unveil their latest line of computing products, with the RTX 3080 and 3090 cards already facing stock shortages, all attention has now turned to AMD, who scheduled two reveal events for October.

AMD's first event focused on the Zen 3 architecture, alongside the processors that will utilise it. If you're waiting for more details on the RX 6000 or RDNA 2, you'll have to wait until the second event to find out more about how AMD plans to compete with NVIDIA's latest graphics cards.

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Here's everything you need to get prepared for the RX 6000 event.

How to watch AMD Radeon RX 6000 event

Much like the previous AMD event, the RX 6000 and RDNA 2 event will be livestreamed on AMD's official YouTube channel. You'll also be able to follow along via AMD's website through this link.

The stream is live now, in fact, and you can watch it here...

The event will go live at 9 AM PT/12 PM ET/4 PM GMT, and will be available as a VOD after the event concludes.

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What will AMD reveal?

The RX 6000 series will undoubtedly take centre stage during the upcoming event as AMD looks to compete with NVIDIAs latest 3000 series of graphics cards, currently marred by stock shortages.

Aside from further details on the specs of the graphics card, we'd expect AMD to reveal some pretty competitive price points for its range of cards.

Finally, we're hoping to find out more about the RDNA2 technology, which appears to have been kept well under wraps for a significant period due to its appearance in both the Xbox Series X and PS5 consoles, slated to launch next month.

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AMD Zen 3 event

The first AMD event took place on October 8, revealing AMD's new CPU, the Zen 3. The event was livestreamed on both AMD's website and on YouTube.

You can watch the full event below, or check out our guide to the Zen 3 here.

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