News tagged ‘amd’
Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011
AMD Singapore organized a media update yesterday to give the local media a summary of its product milestones with focus on its Fusion APUs and FX family of processors. Other topic discussed were to douse rumors, their engineering focus and a new water cooling kit for enthusiasts.
Friday, 25 Nov 2011
According to a report from ExtremeTech, AMD will shift its 28nm APUs from Globalfoundries to TSMC and drop its Wichita and Krishna APUs, successors to its current C and E-Series APUs.
Thursday, 17 Nov 2011
Equipped with 1GB of DDR5 memory, clock speeds of 800MHz core, and 4000MHz for the memory, it delivers the same performance as the other models, except in a low profile format with a single slot cooler, making it one of the fastest low profile graphics cards available in the market.
Tuesday, 1 Nov 2011
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 3rd quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphics shipments is 60.4%. AMD maintained its share while NVIDIA's slid.
The renewed Radeon HD 6970 2GB GDDR5 graphics card comes with a new dual-fan cooler and dual BIOS settings, offering users the flexibility of a fast, quiet operation, or high performance tuning. An excellent option for tweakers.
Thursday, 27 Oct 2011
TSMC announced that its 28nm process is in volume production and production wafers have been shipped to customers. TSMC is the first foundry to provide such capabilities.
Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011
Like a little pre-Christmas surprise, AMD's first 28nm GPUs may be launched this December. The exact details are not known, but the launch is believed to be symbolic in nature.
Friday, 14 Oct 2011
ASRock announces that their AMD Motherboard Series can now fully support the AM3+ Bulldozer processors.
Thursday, 13 Oct 2011
MSI has released the mainboard BIOS with full AMD AM3+ 8-core CPU support for download today.
With the release of AM3+ socket processors by AMD, ASUS is first in the market to provide a diversified 9-Series motherboard lineup to support the 32nm AMD FX Series CPUs, which are the first processors featuring up to eight cores on a single chip.