Acquires Nitero millimeter wave company
You might seen we've writing about millimeter waves several times. and we usually attributed this term to 5G. AMD has just acquired Nitero, a millimeter wave company that wants to use this technology to cut the cord on your VR and AR headset.
The new AMD Ryzen Balanced plan
AMD has released a new custom "balanced" power plan for those using Ryzen CPU on Windows 10 OS.
ASRock reveals some specifications
After launching the Ryzen 7 CPU lineup, AMD will launch its mainstream Ryzen 5 lineup in just under a week, but today we have additional information about an entry-level Ryzen 3 SKU, the Ryzen 3 1200.
Adds new VR feature support and display technologies
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.4.1 driver, which adds a few new driver level VR features, new display technologies as well as a couple of bug fixes.
Probably based on Radeon RX 580 design
AMD is expected to launch its new Radeon RX 500 series of rebrands, and as it appears that there will be plenty of custom versions around, it does not come as a surprise that Powercolor is teasing its new Red Devil graphics card.
Intel, Qualcomm, Nvidia, AMD vying for customers in AI-fueled markets
Major component manufacturers in the artificial intelligence (AI) market have all increased their efforts to develop more aggressive processors for AI-fueled markets in 2017 including autonomous vehicles, enterprise drones, medical care, smart factories, image recognition, and general neural network research and development.
Only for Ashes of the Singularity for now
AMD is apparently delivering on its promise that it will push developers to bring patches that will improve performance for its Ryzen CPUs and Oxide Games' Ashes of the Singularity is the first one to get it.
Rebrands with a slight twist
Images of AMD's upcoming Radeon RX 570 and RX 580 have leaked online, showing what to expect from these rebranded RX 400 series graphics cards that should launch in April.
Two 8/6-core Ryzen dies stitched together
According to recent rumors, AMD could be preparing its response to Intel's high-end desktop (HEDT) lineup by launching 16- and 12-core desktop processors based on the same Ryzen CPU architecture but on a much larger socket, and according to fresh reports, these could be based on a multi-chip module design with two dies stitched together.
In a move which will get the Nvidia fanboys jolly cross, AMD has said that its new Vega line-up will actually compete with their favourite chip maker in the notebook market.