Computex is just a few hours away and will feature keywords from some of the biggest names in technology including AMD, Nvidia and Microsoft. There will definitely be interesting ads from every brand, but since Computex takes place in Taipei, Taiwan, the keywords don’t show up at the right time (at least not for us in North America).
The Microsoft and AMD keywords will keep you awake until late at night, and the Nvidia keyword won’t last until late tomorrow night. Here’s how and when to adjust each keyword:
How to display keyword for AMD
AMD CEO Lisa Su is preparing to deliver a keynote address titled “AMD Enables High Performance Computing” highlighting AMD’s latest innovations in notebook and office performance. The processor manufacturer will reportedly introduce Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors with the new 4-core Zen architecture, as well as X670E, X670, and B650 motherboards. which supports the next generation AM5 platform.
You can see the tag on Youtube when it launches tomorrow early Monday, May 23 at 2am ET, 11pm PT or 2pm Taipei local time. If you’re not sure which time is right for where you live, you can check out Useful for Converting Scheduled Time posted by AMD on Twitter.
How to display the Nvidia keyword
Nvidia’s keynote will feature six different speakers, including Ian Buck, the company’s VP of Accelerated Computing; Jeff Fisher, senior vice president of GeForce; and Michael Kagan, Chief Technology Officer of Nvidia. The keyword covers a range of topics such as fast computing, gaming, content creation, and data center solutions.
You can see the Nvidia Live Stream Tag on YouTube tomorrow night, May 23rd at 11:00 PM EDT / 8:00 PM PT or 11:00 AM Taipei local time.
How to display keyword Microsoft
Panos Panay’s recent Microsoft keynote includes Head of Windows Products and Microsoft Surface Devices and Microsoft VP Nicole Deisen. The keyword is simply “Talk about Windows 11 with Panos Panay and Nicole Dezen.”
You can watch the keyword for 30 minutes on YouTube early tomorrow morning May 23 at 3:30 AM ET / 12:30 PM PT or 3:30 PM local time in Taipei.