- News tagged "amd"
Tuesday, 26 Jan 2016
The JEDEC memory standards consortium has finalized the GDDR5X specification, which makes it more likely that the new memory type may make an appearance in select next-generation GPUs from NVIDIA and AMD. GDDR5X is an extension of GDDR5 memory, offering significantly improved bandwidth.
Monday, 25 Jan 2016
Biostar has announced three new AMD A70M micro-ATX boards that aim to provide budget-conscious customers with cost-effective solutions for their next AMD APU-based build.
Saturday, 23 Jan 2016
Redeem a copy of one of the hottest action-shooter games this season when you purchase AMD's Radeon R9 Fury or R9 Fury X graphics cards.
Friday, 15 Jan 2016
AMD is slashing the recommended retail price of its Radeon Nano graphics card by almost a quarter of its original launch price!
Wednesday, 13 Jan 2016
Sapphire has announced the Nitro R9 Fury, its new flagship card that comes with a dual BIOS switch to manually increase the card's power envelope and temperature target for more overclocking headroom.
Monday, 11 Jan 2016
AMD's upcoming Zen CPUs and APUs will both share the same socket, clearing the way for users to upgrade from an entry-level build to a high-end PC.
Wednesday, 6 Jan 2016
AMD just unveiled its next-generation Polaris GPU architecture at CES 2016. The most important takeaway? Possibly faster and slimmer gaming notebooks, more compact desktops, and discrete cards with fewer power connectors, all thanks to the new 14nm FinFET process and huge gains in power efficiency.
Wednesday, 23 Dec 2015
Samsung could join GlobalFoundries in helping AMD manufacture its next generation of 14nm chips in 2016.
Thursday, 17 Dec 2015
AMD has announced GPUOpen, an open source alternative to NVIDIA's GameWorks development platform. And because of GPUOpen's open source nature, it will be practically impossible for AMD to attempt to skew performance toward its own hardware.
Tuesday, 15 Dec 2015
It's still early days, but there are suggestions that AMD's 2016 products could face delays that would push them back to as late as the first quarter of 2017.