Nvidia is set to take the stage with its annual release in Computex 2022, and while the focus on artificial intelligence doesn’t seem to be of interest to gamers, the company made game-related announcements during the event. However, it has not yet been confirmed whether they are related to hardware or software.
If you’re interested, here’s everything you need to know about Nvidia’s Computex 2022 key release, including start times in different time zones, how you can set it up live, and what to expect from the event.
When does Nvidia’s Computex 2022 Key release begin?
Nvidia has confirmed that the keynote address will begin on May 23 at 11 a.m. local time in Taipei; it means a very late or very early start, depending on where you look from all over the world.
Those in the US can best watch the broadcast live on May 23 at 20:00 PDT / 23:00 EDT, but those in the UK and Europe are not so lucky, ie BST. at 4:00 p.m., and on May 24th. CEST at 5 p.m. If you want to watch live, it’s a good idea to set these alarms now.
Distribution of event time intervals:
- May 23 at 11:00 Taiwan time (local)
- May 23 PDT at 20:00
- June 1 11:00 EDT
- May 24 at 4:00 BST
- 24 May CEST morning 5
How to watch Nvidia Computex 2022 live broadcast
As you can imagine, Nvidia plans to broadcast the entire keynote live so that people from all over the world can watch and see what the company has in store.
That said, you can watch Nvidia’s main speech through Nvidia’s website, along with ordinary suspects, including Nvidia’s YouTube and Twitch channels.
For your convenience, we have posted the live broadcast below, so bookmark this page and come back on May 23rd.
What should I expect from Nvidia in Computex 2022?
Nvidia said in its keynote speech that Computex 2022 will focus on “how accelerated computing has revolutionized networking, data center solutions, gaming, content creation and more.”
There will be six speakers during the event, including Senior Vice President Jeff Fisher, so there may be an interesting announcement in the store. The full list of speakers is as follows:
- Ian Buck, Vice President of Accelerated Computing
- Brian Kelleher, Senior Vice President, Hardware Engineering
- Ying Yin Shih, Director of Product Management, Accelerated Computing
- Michael Kagan, Chief Technology Officer
- Deepu Talla, Vice President of Embedded and Edge Computing
- Jeff Fisher, Senior Vice President of GeForce
The summary of events on the Nvidia website pays special attention to artificial intelligence:
“NVIDIA’s AI on an accelerated computing platform is changing everything from games to data centers and robotics. NVIDIA will demonstrate how artificial intelligence enhances the enterprise data center and provide the latest products and technologies for players and content creators.”
While there is nothing official about the graphics card announcement, a report from Videocardz is worth noting that Nvidia may be about to introduce some (much-needed) budget-oriented GTX 1630 based on the GTX 1650. cuts. ”While not a thrill for high-end gamers, a low-maintenance budget would be great for the GPU market.