AMD has officially launched its 7th generation A-series “Bristol Ridge APUs, and both mainstream and gaming desktop PCs, powered by these APUs, are available worldwide now. Read now for more details!
Zen's announcement last week gave AMD's stock price quite a nice boost, adding on to an overall upward trend in stock price this year.
Rumors have surfaced that certain design problems with USB 3.1 transmission speeds on AMD's Zen chipset could lead to increased costs for board manufacturers.
AMD has apparently more than doubled down on its upcoming Zen processors; read on for more details.
These CPU cases by EVGA boast an optimized airflow path, removable fan filters, and easy removable door for easy rig assembly. Jump in to see what else it offers.
News has emerged that Intel and AMD have postponed the release of their next-generation processors to early next year, with plans to launch during CES 2017. If the reports turn out to be accurate, we may have to wait a little while longer for Kaby Lake and Zen.
AMD publicly demonstrated their latest "Zen" core at their press conference this morning, signifying the silicon's health and the company's determination to go head on with Intel's dominance in the high-performance desktop market.
Formerly codenamed Bristol Ridge and Stoney Ridge, at Computex Taipei 2016 today, AMD announced its latest line-up of 7th generation APUs consisting of nine different processors ranging from the highest end AMD FX series to the AMD A- and E-series of processors.
Processor juggernaut Intel just launched its first 10-core desktop processor with its next-gen extreme performance processor, the Broadwell-E. Check out all the new processor SKUs, price points and overclocking features.
Now, you can delid your Intel CPU with the Rockit 88 Intel CPU delid tool. However, only PC enthusiasts need apply; more details after the jump!