Will be ready by 2016
Greenland, which will succeed the soon to be launched Fiji GPU, will be served up with FinFET technology next year.
Envy Phoenix desktops will have them
HP says its upcoming Envy Phoenix desktops will feature none other than "AMD R9 380" graphics, even if AMD still hasn't publicly confirmed the existence of its GeForce "killers."
Focused on low power
Greenland is the successor of Fiji, and we don’t think it will be radically new core. The main goal for Greenland is to bring more performance per watt to AMD GPUs in 2016.
Tech details online
Chipzilla has been publishing more information about its Knight's Landing Xeon Phi (co)processors.
Early days yet
Nvidia is claiming a victory in its patent case against Samsung and Qualcomm in the US after an International Trade Commission has returned a pretrial claim construction ruling that it claims favours the outfit.
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.
Calls for more experts
The maker of the PS4, Sony appears to be wanting to update its devkits and is looking for an experienced programmer to work on GPU Profiling and Debugging tools used by PlayStation 4 developers worldwide.
According to leaked slides
According to a new set of leaked slides, which show both the rumored specifications and performance of the upcoming Fiji XT-based Radeon R9 390X graphics card, it appears that AMD might have quite a performer on its hands.