Does not bundle it with Radeon Software
AMD has apparently decided to discontinue support for Raptr's Gaming Evolved App which will no longer be bundled with Radeon Software drivers package.
Coming on October 25th
We've now had a chance to check out the first picture of Asus' GTX 1050 Ti Expedition graphics card, leaked ahead of the rumored October 25th launch for both Nvidia's upcoming GP107-based graphics cards, the GTX 1050 Ti and the GTX 1050.
Kitchen sink beating N-Sync
Monitors supporting AMD’s FreeSync adaptive sync tech are cleaning Nvidia’s G-Sync clock.
Works in a couple of games
One thing that we apparently missed in AMD's recently released drivers is the fact that this release enabled multi-GPU frame pacing support in DirectX 12 on all GCN-enabled GPUs and AMD APUs based on the same architecture.
Not bad, but not 10nm according to PC World.
PC World has done a comparison test on Intel’s 14nm Kaby Lake to see how it stacks up with earlier versions.
Brings optimizations for Gears of War 4 and Mafia 3
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.1 drivers which have all the necessary optimizations for two new games, Gears of War 4 and Mafia 3, as well as a couple of other minor fixes and improvements.
Polaris could shift market away from Nvidia
Former organisers of the pony express turned market analysts, Wells Fargo, have given AMD’s new range of graphics chips the thumbs up.
More than just a nice pair of Bristols
AMD announced the first PCs featuring 7th Generation AMD PRO APUs (formerly codenamed “Bristol Ridge PRO”).
Starting to adjust product prices
AMD has started the process which will ultimately see its Zen chip finally arrive and, hopefully, save the company's bacon.