- News tagged "amd"
Wednesday, 6 Apr 2016
AMD has announced that its seventh-generation Bristol Ridge APUs are shipping to OEMs ahead of time. Bristol Ridge is based on the same 28nm architecture as Carrizo, but will feature improvements like minor microarchitecture manufacturing tweaks and a DDR4 memory controller.
Friday, 1 Apr 2016
AMD has announced the enterprise-class FirePro S9300 X2, a dual Fiji card for use in applications like deep neural networks, geoscience and data processing.
Thursday, 17 Mar 2016
AMD has named the company's next two GPU architectures in a roadmap unveiled at GDC 2016.
Tuesday, 15 Mar 2016
AMD's strategy in virtual reality even extends to VR headsets. The Sulon Q will be powered by AMD processors and graphics, which means there's no need to hook it up to an external PC at all.
AMD will label VR-capable hardware and systems with its 'Radeon VR Ready' badge to allow consumers to easily choose the right platform they need to enjoy an immersive VR experience.
Monday, 14 Mar 2016
AMD has announced XConnect, a driver-level technology that makes it easier to use external GPU docks with ultrabooks, and which could pave the way for a future where such upgrades are commonplace.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2016
In an AMA session on Reddit last week, AMD's Robert Hallock confirmed the expected release dates for its upcoming Polaris and Zen products, in addition to saying that they would be manufactured on GlobalFoundries' 14nm FinFET process.
Wednesday, 2 Mar 2016
According to the latest Jon Peddie Research report, GPU shipments have increased 2.4% from last quarter. Read on for more insights from its findings.
AMD has launched two new processors and its new and more powerful Wraith cooler. Its flagship A10-7890K APU is the most powerful desktop chip from AMD to feature integrated graphics, and boasts more aggressive clock speeds than its predecessor.
Friday, 19 Feb 2016
AMD is bundling the hotly anticipated stealth action game Hitman with its Radeon R9 390 and 390X graphics cards, in addition to select FX processors.