Having been called out as a feature gap by enthusiasts, AMD has now introduced beta support for super-fast, bootable NVMe RAID arrays for the X399 boards supporting Threadripper CPUs.
Atari confirmed its return to the console market back in June, and today the company revealed that the upcoming Ataribox will be powered by an AMD CPU with Radeon graphics and will be Linux-based.
GPU manufacturers like Nvidia are likely to see large shipments of sales this quarter but, as cryptocurrency mining drives demand and supply channels are taxed, prices may soon take a steep hike.
Tesla and AMD may be working together in order to build and AI chip intended for Tesla's self-driving cars. A source near the project has said Tesla received samples of the chip and is doing tests.
In the latest twist in a saga spanning over a decade, Intel has won a temporary reprieve from paying a massive fine after the European Court of Justice sent the antitrust case back to be reassessed.
After decades trailing Intel in the sales department, especially in Germany in this case, AMD has made a triumphant return, outpacing the sales of its largest rival by a significant margin.
The gaming monitor industry is moving forward at a fast rate. With the introduction of its AGON 3 lineup, AOC will be one of the first to bring a monitor with ultrafast 0.5 ms response time.
Stardock has released a new update to its popular real-time strategy game, Ashes of the Singularity to add new features, maps and support for the new graphics API, Vulkan.
If you just purchased a new AMD-powered desktop PC from several OEM's, you might be eligible for several free games thanks to a new initiative by AMD and Square Enix that was announced today.
The most powerful Radeon graphics cards have officially been revealed by AMD and will come with several options, including air or liquid-cooling and start at a surprisingly low $399 at entry-level.
AMD not only revealed the date that the new Ryzen Threadripper chips would be available, but also announced a surprise entry level 1900X chip that will cost $549 and is available from August 31.
HP has revealed its latest all-in-one Windows 10 PCs, with 23.8- or 27-inch displays with up to 4K resolution, optional Windows Hello support, Kaby Lake processors, and up to 2TB storage and 16GB RAM.
The CEO of AMD has given us a look at the retail packaging for its upcoming AMD Threadripper processor, and it almost makes you want to buy one just so you can exhibit it in your living room.
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With everyone getting in on the SBC fun, Gigabyte has just joined the fray with this Intel-based single-board computer that ticks almost all the boxes when it comes to these enthusiast-level systems.
The war of words has begun between the two chipmakers after Intel called the AMD EPYC processor 'glued together and inconsistent'. AMD didn't take this lying down, responding in a recent presentation.
New sources revealed that the upcoming AMD Threadripper processor line that will launch next month will ship with liquid cooling instead of the usual air cooling one would usually see.
AMD is heating up the high-end market after it announced the official pricing and specifications of its new Threadripper platform and took the fight to Intel with extremely competitive prices.
During a presentation promoting their new line of Server processors, Intel took shots at the new line of hardware from AMD and didn't mince words when it comes to its opinion of its biggest rival.
Researchers at MIT have created a new implementation for how the CPU cache interacts with the processor and data, by replacing the archaic fixed cache found in all modern processors.
AMD's first announced its Radeon Vega Frontier Edition a few months back. Now, it has made the card available for purchase, with the standard air-cooled variant retailing for $999.
The curved display includes Samsung's QLED Quantum Dot technology, along with HDR support, and AMD Radeon FreeSync 2, and 'Double Full HD' resolution, with 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time.
At its Financial Analyst Day presentation, AMD revealed a new line of 'Threadripper' CPUs which are aimed at conquering the high-end desktop market and supporting up to 16 cores and 32 threads.
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AMD has announced this year's edition of its professional workstation graphics card, Radeon Pro Duo. The card arrives with a dual-GPU design, and a whopping 11 teraflops of performance under the hood.
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Users brave enough to tinker with their graphics cards have discovered that it is possible to convert their RX 400 series cards into the newly released RX 500 by flashing its BIOS.
AMD today announced and launched its new RX 500 series graphics cards, sticking to the tried and tested Polaris GPU architecture. The GPUs arrive with bumped up clock speeds and other improvements.
As Microsoft promised to do last year, it is finally blocking updates for Windows 7 and 8.1 for devices that are using Intel's seventh-generation Kaby Lake and AMD's Ryzen processors.
AMD's newest Crimson ReLive driver, 17.4.1, adds better support for Oculus Rift's ASW and Steam VR's SVRAR virtual reality APIs. However, this is only for a particular set of graphics cards.
Soon after its release, through an insane setup involving liquid nitrogen and excessive overclocking, AMD's new Ryzen 7 1800X processor has broken the world record for performance in Cinebench R15.
AMD's high-performance Ryzen processors will be going on sale worldwide, starting from the 2nd of March and will be available at a very aggressive price point compared to Intel's offerings.
Intel and AMD might be entering into a patent licensing agreement, according to a credible industry watcher. If true, we may end up seeing Radeon graphics tech integrated into Intel's chips.
AMD has announced the availability of its new Bristol Ridge processors for desktops. The new chips offer better graphics and support for Ultra HD media, and run on the AM4 socket.
Sapphire's upcoming RX 470 and RX 460 cards have seemingly found their way online. Though the leak is light on technical details we do get to see the affordable cards in all their glory.
After a four-month effort by the Linux team, the latest kernel has finally been released after seven Release Candidate versions. One of the more noticeable updates includes support for the AMD RX480.
AMD has admitted its new RX 480 graphics card is drawing more power that it should, with potentially bad side-effects. The company says it's fixing this with a new driver that's coming tomorrow.
Leaked slides seem to show Nvidia's upcoming entry-level video card, the GTX 1060. According to the slides, the GTX 1060 offers better performance and efficiency than the rival AMD RX 480.
AMD has just unveiled its new $199 RX 480 graphics cards. But it delivers almost the same peformance as Nvidia's more expensive GTX 1070, while a CrossFire configuration blows past the GTX 1080.
AMD's latest drivers have been optimized to add support for the most recent AAA games, and include a number of known fixes that should make for a better experience on Crossfire configurations.