NVMe RAID support for X399 comes on September 25
AMD has officially launched its latest SKU for the Ryzen Threadripper lineup, the 8-core/16-thread Threadripper 1900X which promises to bring all the capabilities of the X399 HEDT platform at a more affordable US $549 price tag.
Performance boost without unlocking stream processors
Now that the RX Vega 56 is selling, it was just a matter of time before someone at least tried to flash it with a Radeon RX Vega 64 BIOS. While it might not unlock the disabled stream processors, the flashing does bring impressive performance improvements.
Ends battle with shareholders
AMD has agreed to write a $29.5 million cheque to end a legal battle with its shareholders.
Performance marginality problem fixed
After AMD confirmed the "performance marginality problem" for Ryzen Linux users, RMAs have been being issued and replacement Ryzen processors arriving for those affected. Now Phoronix has been able to confirm that the new Ryzen CPUs are now stable.
Sold at Suggested Etail Price
Our industry sources have confirmed to Fudzilla that AMD loses at least $100 on every Vega 64 card it sells at its $499 Suggested Etail Price (SEP).
Market proves otherwise
AMD gave us a surprise call to confirm that the Radeon RX Vega 56 has launched and the company is working to fix the supply issues. It is already shipping and working hard to supply more Vega 56 and 64 cards. The demand has been overwhelming.
With 16MB of L3 cache
AMD's new Threadripper 1900X has been spotted in India, with a retailer/e-tailer jumping the gun ahead of the scheduled August 31 launch date.
One to have for Destiny 2 Beta, F1 2017 and PUBG
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.2 which brings day one support for Destiny 2 Open Beta as well as performance improvements for F1 2017 and Playerunknown's Battlegrounds,
Packaging GPU and HBM2 to blame
According to a report, AMD Radeon RX Vega shortages could last until October and while HBM2 might be a part of the problem, it appears that packaging is to blame.