CES 2023 preview: All the PC gaming hardware you can expect from the show

I can scarcely believe it, the annual smorgasbord of technology that is the Consumer Electronics Show, aka CES, is just around the corner. Where did this year go? So, what can you expect to emerge new-born and blinking under the Nevada sun in January, ready to revolutionise your gaming in 2023?

The big three will certainly have some new wares to show off. The show kicks off proper on January 5, but AMD’s head honcho, Dr. Lisa Su will be doing her usual pre-show keynote sizzle shizzle on January 4.

AMD in action

AMD Phoenix

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It’s not entirely certain exactly what Su will show off in terms of new hardware, but prime candidates include new laptop APUs based on a combination of Zen 4 CPU cores seen in the Ryzen 7000 series desktop chips (opens in new tab) and either RDNA 2 or RDNA 3 graphics.