Goes well with chips
AMD and is now RTG (Radeon Technologies Group) are involved in a major push to open source GPU resources.
But not until 2020
Enthusiasts, or those with the cash for a Radeon Fury X and Geforce GTX 980 TI or Titan, expect to see a boom of VR devices such as HTC Vive or the Oculus Rift. But according to AMD's CFO the VR business will start making some serious money only in 2020.
32nm Piledriver architecture and 3.6/4.2GHz clocks
AMD has silently launched its new FX-6330 Black Edition six-core CPU which is currently available only in the APAC region.
At least in China
Chinese retailers appear to be selling AMD Radeon R9 390 and R9 390X with 4GB of memory.
Needs to be faster
Nokia and ARM want to spruce up the TCP/IP stack to make it better suited to networks that need to operate at high speed and/or low latency.
Updatad: The next generation
Micron has promised to launch a new kind of memory that is twice the speed of mainstreams GDDR5 . This will be released during 2016 and will be company's answer to HBM.
Cease and Desist could create shortage
Liquid cooler supplier Asetek is furious over AMD’s liquid-cooled R9 Fury X and had its lawyers rattle off a cease and desist order.
Radeon Technologies Group getting reinforcements
Scott Wasson, the founder of a well known and respected tech site The Tech Report, is retiring from the site and going to AMD, where he will be a part of Radeon Technologies Group led by Raja Koduri.
AMD off the hook
While Nvidia fanboys were mocking AMD’s Crimson driver cock-up for causing its chips to catch fire, it seems that their own beloved GPU maker was having a driver crisis of its own.