High Performance Computing FirePro with two Fiji GPUs and passive cooling
AMD has unveiled a new FirePro series High Performance Computing (HPC) graphics card which is based on two AMD Fiji GPUs, similar to the recently unveiled Radeon Pro Duo desktop dual-GPU graphics card, the FirePro S9300 X2.
Ready for Oculus Rift and Radeon Pro Duo
Following the official availability of the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset, AMD has also released its new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2 drivers adding both support for the new Oculus SDK v1.3 as well as support for its recently released Radeon Pro Duo dual-GPU graphics card.
Who needs it?
AMD looks close to killing off support for 32-bit Windows for its Radeon drivers.
An Italian tech website has published technical details of AMD's coming AM4 socket.
Details appear on Linked in page
Details of AMD's Vega GPU were leaked and then taken down from AMD R&D Manager's LinkedIn profile page over Easter.
Wall Street losing faith in PCs
It would appear that the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are losing faith in any belief that the PC industry is getting better.
Brings new gameplay recording features
AMD has launched a new version of its Gaming Evolved client bringing several new features which are mostly focused on gameplay recording.
New Crossfire profiles and couple of fixes
AMD has released the new AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.1 hotfix drivers which include new and updated Crossfire profiles for Hitman and Need for Speed games and fixes a couple of issues noticed with the previously available drivers.
But only in the right circumstances
Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect of AMD's Radeon Technologies Group has said that the outift is open to making a graphics processor for mobile devices but only in select circumstances.