AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper 1950X spotted on Geekbench
Published in Processors


16-core/32-thread sample running at 3.4GHz base

AMD's Ryzen ThreadRipper 1950X CPU engineering sample, a 16-core/32-thread SKU, has been spotted on Geekbench running at 3.4GHz base clock.

Dell also unveils two Alienware gaming monitors
Published in News


25-inchers with Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync

In addition to the new Alienware Area-51 desktop systems which will be equipped with both Intel Core-X and AMD Threadripper CPUs, Dell has unveiled a two matching 25-inch Alienware gaming monitors with 240Hz refresh rate and support for either Nvidia G-Sync or AMD FreeSync, depending on the model.

Intel slows i9 release dates
Published in Processors


Staggering like a binge drinker on a pub crawl

Chipzilla appears to be in no hurry to release its Core i9. 

Samsung announces three AMD Freesync 2 monitors
Published in News


27- and 32-inch CHG70 and 49-inch CHG90

Samsung has jumped on the AMD FreeSync 2 bandwagon with a total of three monitors, the CHG70 series, which will be available in 27-inch and 32-inch versions and the massive 49-inch CHG90 series monitor.

AMD releases Radeon Software 17.6.1 driver
Published in Graphics


Support for DiRT 4 and Prey

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.6.1 beta driver which brings optimizations for DiRT 4 as well as performance improvements for Prey game and various bug fixes.

AMD shares surge on back of cryptocurrency
Published in Graphics


Motherboard makers offer support

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices surged nearly nine percent, boosted by strong demand for its chips from cryptocurrency miners.

AMD entry-level 16-core Threadripper could cost US $849
Published in Processors


A lot of bang for the buck

According to a fresh report, AMD's entry-level 16-core Threadripper CPU could cost as low as US $849.

AMD releases Polaris based Radeon Pro 500
Published in Graphics


Workstation graphics 

AMD has announced a new family of workstation-targeted graphics processors based around its Polaris set up.

Apple announces workstation-class iMac Pro
Published in News


27-incher with Intel 18-core Xeon and Radeon Pro Vega

During its WWDC 2017 keynote, Apple unveiled what it claims is its most powerful computer ever, the new iMac Pro.

Keller is building self-driving vehicles for Tesla
Published in News


Will take some time

Fudzilla has already mentioned Jim Keller, the hardware engineer that was one of the key people for finishing what was considered to be the overambitious AMD Zen CPU project. Keller now works for Tesla, and our well-informed friends confirmed that he is building a self-driving platform for the company.