Update September 26: Watch a replay of Wednesday's live stream in the video above.
Update 3:30 p.m. : Live stream issues have been fixed.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc., more commonly known as AMD (NYSE:AMD), announced it will live-stream its 2014 Graphics Processing Unit Product Showcase event at 3 p.m. EDT from Hawaii on Wednesday to unveil its latest GPU offerings for 2014.
At Hawaii’s Diamond Head Park, AMD corporate vp of visual computing Raja Koduri told press to look forward to announcements for several AMD product features, including Eyefinity, Crossfire and Linux driver support, according to Anandtech.
AMD is expected to unveil the latest Radeon graphics cards, which have been dubbed the “Volcanic Islands” series of GPUs.
Among the Volcanic Islands cards expected to be announced is the rumored high-end GPU codenamed “Hawaii.”
Where should we hold 'Hawaii' Tech Day? #makehistoryinq4
â€” Chris Hook (@GChip) June 26, 2013
The codename for the AMD Hawaii GPU was leaked back in June, when several tech websites discovered the codenames inside preliminary AMD graphics drivers.
According to Fudzilla, the AMD Hawaii GPU is expected to be priced at under $600. However, that price has not been confirmed.
Watch the AMD 2014 GPU Product Showcase live stream here in the video above at 3 p.m. EDT.