Takes care of North America commercial sales
Some of you might remember the name, as John Byrne is an old friend of Fudzilla. He made a great career at AMD and, since July 2015, has worked at several senior positions at Dell. The recent promotion got him to a President.
So much for saying that the second one was low risk
After days of saying that there was a "near zero" chance of its chips being hit by the two Spectre bugs, AMD has finally admitted it's vulnerable to both of them.
Better VRM, two M.2 slots and more
Although it is scheduled to launch in April, together with the second generation Ryzen desktop CPUs, AMD's upcoming X470 chipset motherboard has already been seen at the CES 2018 show in Las Vegas.
Two desktop APUs launching on February 12th
AMD took the CES 2018 show by storm, revealing a lot of information regarding its GPU and CPU futures as well as some of the upcoming new products, including its desktop APUs.
Based on Zen+ architecture
In addition to revealing a few more plans about its GPU side of things, AMD has announced its 2nd generation Ryzen CPUs is likely to launch in April this year.
By up to 30 percent
AMD has implemented a price cut for some of its Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs, ranging anywhere from eight to 30 percent.
Instinct, artificial intelligence first
Lisa Su has announced Vega 7nm as a machine learning "instinct part" first. AMD is quite clear that this is for machine learning first and don’t want to comment on our curiosity whether Vega 7nm can make it to the market as a gaming product soon.
Without pointing any fingers and naming any names, Fudzilla had confirmation that Raja Koduri's successor to run the graphics side of the business will come from outside of AMD.
The infamous Intel G-series 8th gen Core CPUs
One of the biggest surprises we have seen in recent history puts Intel's CPU next to AMD Radeon RX Vega GPU on the same multi-chip package, and it has now been officially announced as the "Intel 8th Generation Core with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics".
Chips are just not up to snuff
IT’s Mr Sweary, Linus Torvalds has had some harsh words for Intel after the two bug issues were announced last week.