Radeon fans, take note! AMD is going to be hosting a livestream this AM (9 CT, 10 ET) called "30 Years of Graphics and Gaming." Given the headline, you can probably make a guess or two at what is going to be discussed. What we know for certain is that if you've been a PC gamer for a while, a trip down memory lane with a bit of nostalgia awaits. With AMD inviting everyone to tune in, you can also expect that a couple of cool products will be announced, as well.
AMD's livestream is going to be hosted by the company's Chief Gaming Scientist, Richard Huddy, and as he has recently rejoined the company, we're sure he's anxiously waiting to tell us what he's been up to, as well as clue us into what's in store for AMD in the future.
If you're reading this after the livestream happened (and let's be honest, it runs a little early), you'll be able to watch a rerun at AMD's official Twitch.tv page, as well as its YouTube page. You can also expect to hear from us afterwards about whatever's announced during the event!
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