With the entire Radeon RX 500 series lineup
We have already seen teasers for ASRock's venture into the graphics card market and the company has now officially announced its first Radeon RX 500 series graphics cards that will be a part of its Phantom Gaming lineup.
It is not about crypto mining after all
ASRock has released a teaser video for its upcoming Phantom Gaming graphics card lineup, which confirms that the motherboard maker is going after the gaming market rather than the crypto mining one.
Cryptocurrency craze too lucrative to pass
According to a report, ASRock may enter the graphics card market, with AMD Radeon graphics cards as the most likely choice.
Brief video teaser gives birth to speculation
Nvidia has released a rather enigmatic and short video teaser with a brief glimpse at the Titan X Collector’s Edition sign on the shroud.
Most likely a dual-GPU Polaris
A mystery AMD GPU has been spotted in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark database, which goes in line with previous rumors that AMD is possibly preparing a new graphics card, called the RX 490.
Only for Asian market for now
XFX has apparently released a passive Radeon RX 460 graphics card for Asian market, which should be quite interesting to those looking to make a completely silent PC system.
Dual Fiji-GPU graphics card priced at US $1499
Just a few moments before its Capsaicin event at GDC 2016 show, AMD has officially announced its new dual-GPU flagship graphics card with two Fiji GPUs, the US $1499 priced Radeon Pro Duo.
Not an official price drop
A recent price drop of AMD Radeon graphics cards noticed at some US-based retailer/e-tailers apparently did not officially come from AMD but was a rather move from retailer/e-tailers probably related to the holidays.
Based on two GM200 GPUs
According to the latest report, it appears that Nvidia is on the verge of releasing a new dual-GPU graphics card that will place two GM200 GPUs on the same PCB.
Most likely in September