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Wednesday, 25 September 2013 20:16

Hawaii pic leaks on Twitter

Written by Fudzilla staff

Webcast may be down, but what the hell

Well, the AMD webcast is still hanging out with Elvis and Jim Morrison, but Twitter is alive and well. 

 

Behold, the R9 290X, courtesy of Austin Not Duncan, er, Evans.

gpu14-twitterleak

 

Also, the webcast is officially down, AMD PR head honcho Chris Hook just confirmed it. Oh well, at least we don't have to listen to that terrible music over and over again.

Update: AMD says the new livestream link is bit.ly/gpu2014 - and no, it's not working, either.

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