Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released the latest GPU market share report for Q2 2021. There is overall good news for the market with the exception of AMD which has struggled against rival Nvidia.
Valve boss Gabe Newell has stated in an interview that he considers the PC platform's openness as its "superpower". This also clarifies why his company took this path with the upcoming Steam Deck.
AMD's upcoming Navi 23-based RX 6600 XT and RX 6600 GPUs are reportedly priced at $349 and $299 MSRPs respectively, according to an industry source. The former is allegedly launching on August 11.
Valve has confirmed that the Steam Deck's storage options are upgradeable as they come with a 2230 M.2 slot. However, the company, it seems, doesn't want end users to upgrade the storage.
The upcoming flagship AMD Exynos combination chip allegedly called the Exynos 2200 has six RDNA 2 compute units according to a new report. We also learn the purported codenames of the SoC.
We recently learned that the AMD RDNA 2 GPU inside the rumored Exynos 2200 was being tested internally and the first benchmark scores of the chip have allegedly leaked showing impressive gains.
AMD releases today the 21.6.1 driver which adds support for FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) upscaling technique. Sadly, the driver also ends support for pre-Windows 10 OSes and pre-Polaris GPUs.
According to a new report today, prices for GPUs are finally coming down. It says that German retailers have noted a significant fall in Nvidia GeForce graphics card prices over the last two months.
AMD's custom RDNA 2 based Samsung Exynos GPU is currently being tested internally and the chip is reportedly outperforming the latest Arm Mali GPUs easily, despite throttling heavily.
AMD has launched its RDNA 2-based workstation GPU lineup today. The new cards are called the Radeon PRO W6000 series. In total, there are three of these; two for the desktop, and one for notebooks.
AMD has announced that it's working with Tesla to deliver an in-vehicle gaming experience powered by its RDNA 2 graphics architecture. Graphics performance is said to be close to the PlayStation 5.
At this year's Computex event, AMD has introduced mobile variants of its RX 6000 series GPUs, along with announcing the AMD Advantage Design Framework for laptops that use all-AMD technology.
AMD's Alex Deucher introduced patches yesterday for adding initial support for a new Radeon GPU. Codenamed "Beige Goby", the new GPU could be the Navi 24 which is reportedly coming to laptops.
AMD's 21.4.1 Adrenalin driver that launched recently has a lot of new and cool features. The new driver apparently also reduces the power draw of the latest Radeon GPUs by a ton when not gaming.
AMD has launched the new Radeon RX 6700 XT for $479. The new card will be competing against the likes of the GeForce RTX 3070 and the 3060 Ti. It claims to offer a great 1440p gaming experience.
According to a report, the Radeon RX 6700 XT is launching on March 18. The report reaffirms what we have known from previous leaks. Unsurprisingly, it also adds that the stock will be very limited.
ASRock had filed for trademarking several of AMD's upcoming Radeon RDNA2-based RX 6700 and RX 6600 series models at the EEC. The filing tells us about the memory capacities these things could offer.
A block diagram of AMD's Navi 23 GPU allegedly powering Tesla's new Model S and X infotainment system has been leaked by a Twitter user. The diagram reveals specs of the GPU's memory system, and more.
Following AMD's GPU announcement, Microsoft has detailed the benefits that the RDNA 2 architecture will bring to its next-gen consoles. The firm is working to bring ML-based supersampling.
As promised, AMD today held a video presentation to reveal the Radeon RX 6000 series of GPUs, based on the company's RDNA 2 architecture. The graphics cards will begin shipping this year.
AMD today announced its earnings for Q3 2020, reporting $2.8 billion in revenue, a 45% increase over Q2. Strong Ryzen and EPYC processor sales led to a 148% increase in net income this quarter.
AMD has begun teasing its upcoming products in the CPU and GPU spaces, with the Zen3 architecture set to be introduced on October 8, and RDNA 2 planned for a few weeks later, October 28.
In an hour-long presentation put forth today, PlayStation architect Mark Cerny gave a deep dive into Sony's upcoming PlayStation 5 console. Hardware and development were the main focuses.