- Graphics Cards
Tuesday, 4 Mar 2014
AMD has officially launched the Radeon R9 280 graphics card that was conspicuously missing from the R9 lineup. The Radeon R9 and R7 graphics cards were first announced in November last year. The Radeon R9 280 is viewed as a replacement for the existing Tahiti Pro-based Radeon HD 7950.
Monday, 3 Mar 2014
AMD announced their FirePro R5000 remote graphics card has been certified to support a number of professional graphics applications. It delivers the benefits of GCN-based graphics processing over Teracidi’s proprietary PC-over-IP (PCoIP) technology, on a remote server/thin client setup.
Friday, 28 Feb 2014
Sapphire has unveiled its AMD R7 240 2GB DDR3 low profile graphics card. It is targeted at small form factor desktop systems that face internal space constraints.
Friday, 21 Feb 2014
According to Jon Peddie Research, AMD has lost significant ground in the GPU market, losing over 10% in market share in the past quarter.
Thursday, 20 Feb 2014
NVIDIA has launched its new GeForce GTX Titan Black GPU with little fanfare. Add-in card partners like ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte and Palit have made their GTX Titan Black graphics cards available.
Friday, 14 Feb 2014
With the Club 3D's proprietary CoolStream cooler, the R7 265 royalQueen offers 1024 stream processors, and runs at clock speeds of 925MHz (core) and 5600MHz DDR (memory) with 2048MB of GDDR5 of memory.
AMD has just launched its new, mid-range R7 265 GPU. It is expected to be available late this month, with a launch price of US$149.
Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014
With support for Microsoft DX11.2, the new PowerColor R7 250X card features core and memory clock speeds of 1000MHz and 4500MHz DDR respectively, and incorporates AMD technologies such as PowerTune, and ZeroCore Power.
Monday, 10 Feb 2014
According to Videocardz.com, AMD is preparing to refresh its Radeon R7 series with the addition of the R7 250X GPU. It is believed the card is launched in response to NVIDIA’s slated release of its new GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU.
Wednesday, 5 Feb 2014
Based on AMD's GCN architecture, the R7 250 Ultimate is the first card in the Sapphire range to contain all of the features of the R7 features, and at the same time utilize a passive heatsink and heatsink cooler without a fan.