- News tagged "amd"
Friday, 8 Jul 2016
AMD has released an official statement on the reported PCIe power draw issues on its new Radeon RX 480 graphics card. The company has now made available a driver update to address the problem.
Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016
Reports have surfaced that certain early retail units of the 4GB version of the Radeon RX 480 actually come with 8GB of RAM. The hidden RAM can supposedly be unlocked by upgrading the BIOS.
Thursday, 30 Jun 2016
The Radeon RX 480 was launched just yesterday, but it looks like a more powerful Polaris GPU may be on the way.
Wednesday, 22 Jun 2016
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.
Friday, 17 Jun 2016
AMD has apparently more than doubled down on its upcoming Zen processors; read on for more details.
Tuesday, 14 Jun 2016
At the PC Gaming Show at E3 today, AMD showed off a new Alienware reference PC with a Radeon RX 480 installed inside. The kicker was that the system was small enough to fit in a backpack, potentially paving the way for truly mobile VR experiences.
AMD has announced the Radeon RX 460 and RX 470, two new Polaris graphics cards that join the recently announced Radeon RX 480 in offering robust gaming performance in a compact, lower-powered package.
Thursday, 9 Jun 2016
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.
Wednesday, 8 Jun 2016
Bristol Ridge may have dropped at Computex 2016, but that's far from the last we're going to see of AMD this year. AMD's upcoming AM4 socket will support both Bristol Ridge APUs and Zen CPUs, and as luck would have it, an AM4 motherboard has just been spotted on the internet.
Thursday, 2 Jun 2016
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.