Advanced Micro Devices nasdaq Amd Unveils Next gen Ai Processors at Computex Stock Drops

Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) Unveils Next-Gen AI Processors at Computex, Stock Drops

Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) stock fell during intraday trading Monday after the chipmaker unveiled its latest AI processors.

Advanced Micro Devices has revealed details about its latest artificial intelligence (AI) processors and outlined plans for future AI chip development during the ongoing Computex technology trade show in Taipei, showcasing its commitment to innovation in the AI space.

At the event, Lisa Su, the CEO of AMD, introduced the MI325X accelerator. This new product will be ready for delivery in the fourth quarter of this year. The company aims for a yearly product release cycle, similar to Nvidia, the AI market leader.

The chipmaker also announced its next-generation family of chips, the MI350, expected to reach customers by 2025. These chips will feature new architecture designs and deliver a 35-fold increase in generative AI response computation over its predecessor, the MI300, introduced last year.

In addition, AMD announced the 2026 release of the MI400 series, chips designed on the “Next” architecture. Su emphasized the company’s commitment to AI, stating,

“AI is clearly our number one priority as a company, and we have really harnessed all of the development capability within the company to do that.”

While Nvidia currently dominates approximately 80% of the AI chip market, AMD is steadily increasing its market share as tech giants invest more in AI infrastructure for advanced applications and language models.

Last week, Microsoft announced that it is using AMD Instinct graphics processing units to power its Copilot AI models. This announcement led Morgan Stanley to project that AMD’s AI chip sales could top $4 billion this year, matching the company’s target.

Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) Stock Reaction

On Monday, AMD stock declined 2.01%, closing at $163.55, marking a 1.69% decrease for the week. The trading volume was 59,157,592 shares, lower than the average daily volume of 60.10 million.