AMD is bringing Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics to even more gamers through the company's work with Zhongshan Subor to create a new gaming PC and upcoming console for the China market.
The PC and console are powered by a semi-custom "Zen" and "Vega"-based AMD SOC. The high-performance AMD chip combines an AMD Ryzen CPU (4 core/8 thread running at 3Ghz) with AMD Radeon Vega Graphics (24CUs running at 1.3Ghzs) and 8GB of GDDR5 memory onto a single chip.
The new SoC will support FreeSync, the Adrenalin software, and Rapid Packed Math.
The new gaming PC was demonstrated in the Subor booth at ChinaJoy, the largest gaming and digital entertainment exhibition in China and Asia. Subor plans to launch their new game PC in late-August. The SUBOR gaming console, featuring the same hardware as the gaming PC but with a customized operating system, is expected to launch by the end of 2018.