The Flare X and Fortis series DDR4 memory
Following the launch of AMD's Zen-based Ryzen 7 CPUs, G.Skill has announced two new DDR4 memory series, designed and tested specifically for the AM4 socket platform, the G.Skill Flare X and Fortis DDR4 memory series.
Performance differences are more of a software issue
As the reviews of Ryzen came out, it is pretty clear that there are some test scenarios where Intel chips work slightly better, and AMD claims that is due to coding problems.
Open sourced Ryzen would kick Intel into a coma
Whistle blowing spook Edward Snowden says that AMD could kick Intel to death if it open sources its PSP and firmware.
Review roundup: Has it rysen to the occasion?
AMD has officially lifted the NDA veil from its new Zen-based Ryzen CPUs and the first reviews have started to trickle in, giving us a clearer picture regarding real world performance.
RX Vega won't be here before late May
According to the newest report, AMD's upcoming RX 500 series will be completely made of RX 400 series rebrands, based on Polaris 10 and Polaris 11, as well as possible new Polaris 12 GPU, while Radeon RX Vega won't launch before late May.
AMD CEO Lisa Su said it was complicated
AMD CEO Lisa Su has been spilling the beans about the complex problems that AMD had getting Zen into the shops.
Will use Vega GPU in future
While it only revealed a retail name for its upcoming Vega-based graphics cards, AMD also announced a key partnership with LiquidSky, a cloud-based game-streaming service provider that will use that same Vega GPU for game streaming.
14nm, 10nm users will never notice
Chipzilla thinks that users don’t give a monkey’s what process their chip has and will be more interested in its performance, according to a man with long job title.
Vega-based Radeon lineup gets a name
During its GDC 2017 "Capsaicin and Cream" event that was live earlier today, AMD revealed a few more details regarding its upcoming Vega GPU as well as announcing the name of its next-gen graphics card lineup, simply called the Radeon RX Vega.
Shows Ryzen 7 running with DDR4-3400
There have been plenty of unconfirmed rumors recently saying that AMD's upcoming Ryzen CPUs and AM4 motherboards could have support problems with high-frequency RAM, but the latest screenshot from AMD completely debunks them.