GPU cartel allegations
Nvidia has been accused of holding back orders of AI GPUs to customers who are seeing other suppliers.
Part of the Dual OC and TUF Gaming lineup
Asus has introduced its own custom versions of the Radeon RX 7900 GRE graphics card. The Radeon RX 7900 GRE was limited to China, but AMD has officially announced it for a global release in order to counter Nvidia's $550 RTX 4070 non-Super graphics card. Asus custom RX 7900 GRE graphics cards will come as a part of the Dual OC and TUF Gaming lineups.
Drops the RX 7700 XT price to $419
As rumored earlier, AMD has now officially launched the Radeon RX 7900 GRE globally, putting more pressure on Nvidia's Geforce RTX 4070 non-Super, and filling the gap between its own Radeon RX 7900 XT and the Radeon RX 7800 XT graphics cards. AMD has also adjusted the price or the Radeon RX 7700 XT down to $419.
Dark satanic rumour mill suggests it might be worth the wait
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn suggesting that AMD’s Medusa chip might be really good.
For Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Google as well
During the IFS Direct Connect 2024 event, Intel's CEO, Pat Gelsinger, answered a couple of questions from the members of the press, including a rather peculiar one from Tom's Hardware hack, Paul Alcorn, where Intel CEO expressed hope that customers for Intel Foundry Services will include Nvidia, Qualcomm, Google, and even AMD.
Fixes some minor issues as well
Bethesda has released the new Starfield 1.9.67 update that adds official support for AMD FSR 3.0 and Intel XeSS, as well as some stability improvements to the game.
Preparing Task Manager for the AI onslaught
Software King of the World, Microsoft seems to be gearing up for the inevitable rise of hardware-accelerated local AI tools and is tinkering with Windows software to play nice with AMD’s AI chips.
Goes after Core i7-14700K
AMD's Radeon Ryzen 9 7900X3D has dropped down to $409.99, putting it head to head with Intel's Core i7-14700K in terms of price.
Fixing anti-cheat issues
AMD's Frank Azor has confirmed that the AMD Radeon Anti-Lag+ is coming back soon, as the company is fixing issues it had with anti-cheat features in some games.