Only Fiji is an all-new chip
While we are getting close to the launch of AMD's new Radeon 300-series lineup, a new report suggest that most of the upcoming Radeon 300 series will be based on older GCN 1.1 and GCN 1.2 architecture while Fiji GPU will actuallly be the only new chip.
Coming in March
While it has already launched quite a few monitors with support for Nvidia G-Sync, Acer has now unveiled the new XG270HU 27-inch 2560x1440 resolution monitor that will support AMD FreeSync, and be available in March.
Mini-ITX graphics card based on GM206 GPU
Joining the trend of launching mini-ITX form-factor friendly graphics cards, Asus has launched the Geforce GTX 960 Mini, based on a short 17cm PCB, and featuring a factory-overclock.
Not designed to support overclocking
It appears that Nvidia has permanently disabled overclocking on its mobile Geforce GTX 900M series GPUs with the latest Geforce R347 drivers.
Multiplayer coming to Mass Effect
Bioware's next Mass Effect game could include an online component, at least judging by a job listing at Bioware.
More prototypes machines at GDC 2015
While have heard a lot about Valve's Steam Machines project we still have not seen an official release, it appears that the company will once again show the latest prototypes during Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015.
Game Ready drivers for Evolve
Nvidia has released new Geforce 347.52 WHQL "Game Ready" drivers which bring performance optimizations for the new Turtle Rock Studios Evolve game, as well as performance improvements, bug fixes and new SLI profiles for a couple of other games.
Grenada is refined Hawaii
There have been plenty of rumors regarding AMD's upcoming R9 300 series and today we have a fresh set of leaks that not only talks about the Hawaii GPU refresh, but also puts all recent rumors and details in context.
AMD confirms on Facebook
While there have been plenty of rumors regarding AMD's upcoming Radeon R9 300 series graphics cards, including details on the Fiji XT GPU and High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM), AMD has now officially confirmed that it is putting the finishing touches on the new Radeon R9 300 series.
Still no word from Nvidia
Nvidia is still waiting for the GTX 970 memory allocation and 3.5GB memory issue to blow over, but some retailers/e-tailers in the UK and Germany are accepting returned GTX 970 graphics cards.