With 3840x1080 resolution and AMD FreeSync 2
Samsung brought quite an interesting monitor to the Gamescom 2017 show which is currently heating up in Cologne, Germany, the 32:9 49-inch 3840x1080 CHG90 with support for AMD FreeSync 2 technology.
Support for RX Vega and Quake Champions
AMD and its Radeon Technologies Group have released its latest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1 WHQL-certified drivers which bring support for Radeon RX Vega graphics cards as well as a couple of game improvements and bug fixes.
Radeon Vega Mobile in Raven Ridge APUs
While AMD is trying to get its RX Vega desktop graphics cards to the market, its Radeon Vega Mobile GPUs have been spotted in Kishonti's CompuBench and GFXBench benchmarks.
AMD goes to Hollywood
AMD has announced that the company has created AMD Studios, to work closely with Hollywood producers and studios.
Hard to find, high price
We decided to have a quick check on AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 availability and it appears that things are far from good. Yhe new Vega-based graphics card is very hard to find and available either in Radeon Packs or at an insanely high price.
In case you managed to snatch a Vega-based graphics card
If you are one of the very few lucky ones that managed to get a Vega-based Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card - which is quite a feat - you might want to download the official Vega drivers that were released recently, the AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 18.0.
Consumers show up to stores to find shelves empty
AMD fans showing up to retail tech stores hoping to get their hands on the anticipated card may have left disappointed.
Review roundup: Matches GTX 1080/1070 but with a high TDP
AMD has finally launched its first consumer-oriented graphics cards based on the new Vega GPU, the Radeon RX Vega 64 and the Radeon RX Vega 56. With reviews finally going live, it appears that AMD has managed to match GTX 1080/1070 performance in some scenarios but at a much lower performance per Watt.
We have it on video
There was no hanky panky being played at Siggraph by NVIDIA and we have the proof.