With a simple BIOS flash
It appears that some reference retail/e-tail Radeon RX 480 4GB graphics cards are actually shipping with 8GB of VRAM that can be unlocked using a simple BIOS flash.
Exclusive: Comes in 2017
AMD’s CEO Lisa Su said both publicly and to Fudzilla exclusively that its desktop Zen comes first, followed by server, notebook and embedded products. We have some exclusive news about the first Zen based APU that will come with four Zen cores and Polaris graphics.
March 2017 launch possible
Vega 10 is the successor to Polaris and if all goes well you will see the world’s first HBM 2.0 based GPU from the house of AMD – RTG in the first part of 1H 2016, possibly even in Q1 2017.
Company burning the midnight oil
AMD is burning the midnight oil fixing a problem on its new Polaris card which it thought was not an issue last week.
Is the RX480 a power vampire?
Since AMD’s new RX480 card has launched there have been reports that it seems to have issues with the PCI Express slot.
Support for RX 480 and some new features
Following the official launch of the Radeon RX 480 graphics card, AMD has released its new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.6.2 Beta drivers, which bring support for the new RX 480 but also adds a few new features, including the new overclocking AMD WattMan utility.
In a sign of self-confidence, AMD has announced the acquisition of gaming software specialist HiAlgo
Starts the rebellion with US $199 Polaris card
AMD has officially launched its first graphics card based on the new Polaris GPU architecture and 14nm FinFET manufacturing process, the Radeon RX 480.
Kicking off early
AMD and Nvidia fanboys are expected to battle each other to death on Fudzilla’s comments section as AMD readies to launch its new Polaris-based Radeon RX 480 graphics card.
8GB version priced at US $179
With its agressive pricing move on the Radeon RX 480, AMD has no choice but to continue the same thing with the lower positioned Radeon RX 470, which should end up with a US $149 MSRP for the 4GB version.