New FM2+ and AM3+ moterboards incoming as well
During CES 2016 show, AMD has announced the new flagship Kaveri-based APU, the AMD A10-7890K, as well as an announced that new FM2+ and AM3+ motherboards with USB 3.1 and M.2 should be incoming.
AMD's GPU based prototype?
AMD's 2016 architecture will end up carrying the rather cool name of Polaris and the Radeon 4000 series might make its first appearance in an updated Xbox One.
Consumer desktop and mobile products
Last week AMD announced its next generation PRO series APUs for business desktop and notebook PCs and now some more details have come to light.
For certain CPUs and APUs in notebooks and desktops
AMD has released a new game promotion that offers one free game with certain AMD APUs and CPUs, including A10-, A8- and A6-series APUs, as well as AMD FX APUs and CPUs in certain notebooks and desktops.
A total of eight socket FM2+ motherboards
Ahead of the AMD's official launch of its next-generation APU lineup, codename Godavari, MSI has updated its socket FM2+ motherboard lineup with total of eight new models.
After 28/32nm comes 14nm Zen line
AMD has an update for investors and this information was supposed to get to them at the financial conference call scheduled for May. It got out a bit earlier than that and gave us some insight into AMD's plans for 2016.
Greenland APU gives it the necessary firepower
AMD mini cores and modular designs backed by HBM graphics and the upcoming Greenland GPU core might be a winning combination for AMD.
Greenland graphics HBM for Godaveri successor
We got an update on AMD's 2016 processor plans and the new APU with up to 16 Zen x86 cores and integrated Greenland HMB graphics is something that you may find interesting.
GPU and APUs for everyone
AMD shared its glorious five year long GPU and APU roadmap with the world for the first time.
In 2016 APU design
The world is still expecting the birth of the High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) boosted Fiji GPU, and the first cards based on the new chip should launch in late June, or the end of Q2 2015 if you prefer.