DeKaveri we heard
We have learned yet another thing about AMD in 2015. The publicly discussed the Carrizo APU that is coming to All-in-Ones and notebooks in the second half of 2015, but many punters have been wondering what is happening on the desktop front.
As chipmaker looks forward to 2016
Just weeks after he made a splashing video and comments about the upcoming Carrizo APU, John Byrne is leaving AMD. He has been working as Senior Vice President and new General Manager of AMD Computing & Graphics Business Unit, reporting directly to the Lisa Su, the new CEO.
Yields bad beyond repair
We want to make sure that you realize that 20nm GPUs won’t be coming at all. Despite the fact that Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung and Apple are doing 20nm SoCs, there won’t be any 20nm GPUs.
This is where the graphics industry is going
We had a few dozen meetings at CES 2015 with many interesting people and close friends over the last week and we came to a conclusion that 4K and Virtual Reality will play a big role in 2015 and the future of computer graphics.
Byrne, LaForce and Naik are out
AMD has lost three high-profile executives. The execs apparently left the company to “pursue other opportunities.”
Coming in mid-2015
AMD is planning to showcase its upcoming Carrizo APU at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. The APU will not be alone, as the chipmaker will also show off a number of new graphics technologies.
24 to 34 inches of tear-free gaming
AMD has announced a total of seven FreeSync enabled monitors from five different vendors.
28-inch ProLite B2888UHSU-B1 4K available for £389.99
While Nvidia's G-Sync ready monitors have been around for quite some time, AMD has lived up to its promise that we will see the first AMD FreeSync ready monitors by the end of the year.
Higher clocks, lower voltages
AMD could use GlobalFoundries’ 28nm Super High-Performance (28SHP) node for upcoming GPUs.