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Friday, 20 September 2013 11:23

AMD to webcast Hawaii event on September 25

Written by Fudzilla staff

We’ll have boots on the ground, or flip-flops

AMD says it will webcast a special product showcase on September 25, at 3pm EDT, which is evening in Europe, something like 8pm in the UK or 9pm on the continent.

The webcast will also made available on AMD’s YouTube channel an hour later. Of course, AMD is not saying that it will launch new Radeons at the event, but we all know it will, so please play along.

The real-time webcast will be available on AMD’s investor relations page, ir.amd.com.

Of course, we’ll be going after stuff that won’t be in the webcast, so stay tuned for the juicy details.

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