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ASUS, Gigabyte & MSI Launch AMD B450 AM4 Motherboards for 2nd Gen Ryzen Chips
Targetted at the budget-conscious, AMD’s latest B450 chipset is now featured on a variety of motherboards produced by its industry partners. Coming in largely under SGD 300, AMD B450 motherboards are perfect for those who are willing to trade peripheral support for a better price. Compared to the X450 chipset which is aimed at enthusiasts...

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ASUS  Gigabyte  &  MSI  Launch  AMD  B450  AM4  Motherboards  for  2nd  Gen  Ryzen  Chips 
august 2018 by vrzone
Amid a Resurgent AMD, Intel CEO Resigns Following “Consensual Relationship” with Employee
Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich resigned last Thursday, following reports of a “consensual relationship” with a female employee, violating Intel’s non-fraternization policy. Current CFO Robert Swan has been named as interim CEO with immediate effect. Krzanich leaves at a trying time for Intel. Over the past year, it has seen its dominance in the CPU...

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Amid  a  Resurgent  AMD  Intel  CEO  Resigns  Following  “Consensual  Relationship”  with  Employee 
june 2018 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X & Ryzen 5 2600X Review - Uncompromised Value
AMD’s 2nd Gen Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X are the freshest in AMD’s line-up. The 2700X and 2600X follow the introduction of the Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics chips that were released earlier this year. The 2nd Gen Ryzen chips, codenamed Pinnacle Ridge, boasts more performance, more features, and on a smarter platform,...

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AMD  Ryzen  7  2700X  &  5  2600X  Review    Uncompromised  Value 
april 2018 by vrzone
AMD Gains an Edge in eSports With Radeon ReSX Software Updates
With the rising prominence and importance of eSports in the gaming world, AMD has unveiled Radeon ReSX, a product of a special internal development division of the Radeon Software group known as Project ReSX (Radeon eSports Experience). Through Project ReSX, AMD aimed to optimise AMD Radeon GPUs for the most popular and demanding eSports and...

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AMD  Gains  an  Edge  in  eSports  With  Radeon  ReSX  Software  Updates 
march 2018 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen Processors Enjoys Added Support On ASUS Desktops
ASUS has announced today that AMD’s latest Zen architecture-based Ryzen desktop processors with Radeon Vega graphics APUs (Advanced Processing Units) will be supported on ASUS motherboards with their most recent BIOS update. This update impacts all ASUS X370, B350 and A320 motherboards, and will be available internationally immediately. With class-topping graphics and performance, the AMD...

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AMD  Ryzen  Processors  Enjoys  Added  Support  On  ASUS  Desktops 
february 2018 by vrzone
AMD unleashes new Ryzen processors and Radeon Vega graphics products!
  There was a positive buzz amongst the execs of AMD at their pre-CES 2018 AMD Tech Day. The chipmaker has just come off a very successful 2017 where their new Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics made a lot of positive waves, plus the company’s semi-custom APUs (Accelerated Processing Units) became the de facto gaming...

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AMD  unleashes  new  Ryzen  processors  and  Radeon  Vega  graphics  products! 
january 2018 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPU Review
Back in March the CPU world was turned on its head with the release of Ryzen: The CPU family that brought AMD back to relevance in the PC market. AMD brought four, six and eight core processors to all new price points, effectively ending Intel’s years of monopoly power with stagnated multiple generations of the...

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AMD  Ryzen  Threadripper  1950X  CPU  Review 
august 2017 by vrzone
AMD Unleashes Ryzen Threadripper HEDT CPUs and High-End Vega GPUs
AMD has finally announced availability of its HEDT Ryzen Threadripper processors as well as the new Radeon RX Vega family of high-end consumer graphics cards. Both product families will be released in major markets around the world later this month. Targeted at enthusiasts, the Ryzen Threadripper family comprises of three CPUs – TR 1950X, TR...

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AMD  Unleashes  Ryzen  Threadripper  HEDT  CPUs  and  High-End  Vega  GPUs 
august 2017 by vrzone
AMD Tipped to Unleash Radeon RX Vega Cards at Computex 2017
According to a new report, AMD board partners could debut their custom graphics cards based on the next-generation Vega architecture at Computex this year. Computex Taipei 2017 kicks off on the 30th of this month, so we won’t need to wait very long to find out everything about the new Radeon RX Vega cards. Another...

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AMD  Tipped  to  Unleash  Radeon  RX  Vega  Cards  at  Computex  2017 
may 2017 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 500 Series Now Official
AMD today unveiled its new Radeon RX 500 series graphics card family based on “refined and evolved” Polaris graphics processors. The lineup comprises of the Radeon RX 580, Radeon RX 570, Radeon RX 560, and the entry-level Radeon RX 550. The Radeon RX 580 and RX 570 are based on the Polaris 20 GPU, while...

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AMD  Radeon  RX  500  Series  Now  Official 
april 2017 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X & 1500X Review
Its been just over a month since AMD launched the first of their all new Ryzen CPUs. They really shook up the market, offering fantastic performance at a very competitive price relative to their Intel counterparts. The first wave contained the high end Ryzen 7 series, the eight core monsters aimed at the enthusiast segment...

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AMD  Ryzen  5  1600X  &  1500X  Review 
april 2017 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Put Through its Paces Already
Even though AMD hasn’t officially launched the Ryzen 5 1600 yet, the first detailed review of the processor has already appeared online, courtesy of ElChapuzasInformatico. The test setup used by the Spanish website included a MSI X370 XPower Gaming Titanium motherboard, G.Skill TidentZ DDR4 3600 RAM, MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming Z graphics card, Be...

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AMD  Ryzen  5  1600  Put  Through  its  Paces  Already 
april 2017 by vrzone
Asus launches the VG245Q gaming monitor with AMD FreeSync support
Looking for an affordable new gaming monitor with FreeSync support? The new Asus VG245Q might be exactly what you’re looking for. The VG245Q features a 24-inch TN panel with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution in a 16:9 aspect ratio. While the TN panel may sound disappointing to some of you, it does offer pretty...

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Asus  launches  the  VG245Q  gaming  monitor  with  AMD  FreeSync  support 
march 2017 by vrzone
MSI announce auto DDR4 OC support on AMD Ryzen platform with A-XMP feature
MSI have announced support for automatic memory overclocking profiles on their full range of AM4 motherboards. While the popular XMP feature has been available on Intel platforms for many years, it is not natively supported on AMD platforms, so motherboard manufacturers are having to tweak their BIOS to allow XMP to work with AMD. The...

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MSI  announce  auto  DDR4  OC  support  on  AMD  Ryzen  platform  with  A-XMP  feature 
march 2017 by vrzone
AMD Crimson ReLive Edition 17.3.2 driver now available with Mass Effect Andromeda support
AMD has released a new ReLive driver ahead of the release of Bioware’s new spacefaring RPG, Mass Effect Andromeda. Version 17.3.2 of the Crimson ReLive driver brings official support for the game, which is the fourth title in the Mass Effect series but a standalone entry as far as the plot and setting are concerned....

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AMD  Crimson  ReLive  Edition  17.3.2  driver  now  available  with  Mass  Effect  Andromeda  support 
march 2017 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 500 series launch delayed by a week
Some recent reports had hinted that AMD could announce new Radeon RX 500 series cards on April 11th. However, it now appears that the company might delay the announcement by a week in order to “fine-tune the drivers”. That means the launch date has been pushed back to April 18th. The Radeon RX 500 series...

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AMD  Radeon  RX  500  series  launch  delayed  by  a  week 
march 2017 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen CPUs aren't running as hot as the software says it is
Today AMD released a post on their official blog saying that despite what the various software and BIOS are showing, the Ryzen CPU series aren’t running as hot as is being reported. AMD says the primary temperature reporting sensor of the processor is a sensor called “T Control,” or tCTL for short. Now they are...

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AMD  Ryzen  CPUs  aren’t  running  as  hot  they  are  reported  to  be 
march 2017 by vrzone
Is Windows 10 responsible for poor AMD Ryzen gaming results?
When VR-Zone reviewed AMD’s new Ryzen processor, the R7 1800X, we found it to be very competitive with Intel’s similar offerings, particularly at multi threaded workloads and content creation tasks thanks to its 8 core/16 thread design and aggressive pricing. One thing we were surprised by was the average gaming performance on offer. So much...

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Is  Windows  10  responsible  for  poor  AMD  Ryzen  gaming  results? 
march 2017 by vrzone
AMD Crimson ReLive 17.3.1 driver now available with Ghost Recon Wildlands support
AMD has released version 17.3.1 of its Crimson ReLive driver, bringing support for Ubisoft’s latest Tom Clancy title, Ghost Recon Wildlands, which is the first open-world game in the series. The new driver offers up to 6 percent of performance improvement compared to the previous driver (when measured on an RX480) and adds a multi...

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AMD  Crimson  ReLive  17.3.1  driver  now  available  with  Ghost  Recon  Wildlands  support 
march 2017 by vrzone
MSI rolls out its AM4 motherboard lineup for AMD Ryzen
Like other leading motherboard makers, MSI too has announced its complete AM4 motherboard lineup for AMD’s new Ryzen processor family. The MSI lineup includes the X370 XPOWER Gaming Titanium, X370 Gaming Pro Carbon, and B350 Tomahawk. For the most demanding enthusiasts out there, MSI is offering the X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM, build on the company’s...

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MSI  rolls  out  its  AM4  motherboard  lineup  for  AMD  Ryzen 
march 2017 by vrzone
G.SKILL comes up with Flare X and FORTIS series DDR4 memory for AMD Ryzen
G.SKILL today announced two new DDR4 memory series – the Flare X series and FORTIS series. The two new series have been designed and tested specifically for AMD’s new Ryzen processor platform.  Both the Flare X and FORTIS series DDR4 memory modules have been validated for optimized stability and compatibility with the new AMD Ryzen...

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G.SKILL  comes  up  with  Flare  X  and  FORTIS  series  DDR4  memory  for  AMD  Ryzen 
march 2017 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Review
AMD is back! Those 3 words alone poorly emphasize the importance of what is perhaps the most anticipated PC product launch in the last decade. AMD’s new Ryzen processor series is the talk of the town. It has been the dominant theme across PC enthusiast forums for many months, and likely the dominant topic in...

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AMD  Ryzen  7  1800X  Review 
march 2017 by vrzone
AMD rolls out Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 WHQL drivers
Just a few days after it released the beta version, AMD has finally released the WHQL version of the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 drivers. With the latest release, AMD has also officially stopped supporting the Windows 8.1 32-bit platform, citing very low downloads. So if you are one of the rare few Windows 8.1...

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AMD  rolls  out  Radeon  Software  Crimson  ReLive  17.2.1  WHQL  drivers 
february 2017 by vrzone
CyberPowerPC unveils new gaming PCs with AMD Ryzen
Custom gaming PC maker CyberPowerPC has announced the pre-sale of its new series enthusiast gaming PCs powered by the latest AMD Ryzen processors and the AM4 platform. AMD’s new AM4 platform boasts of advanced overclocking and more PCI Express lanes for handling high-bandwidth, immersive computing. The company has updated a number of its popular gaming...

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CyberPowerPC  unveils  new  gaming  PCs  with  AMD  Ryzen 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD is back: Ryzen 7 takes the fight to Intel for a fraction of the price
After months of teasers and leaks, AMD finally unveiled the Ryzen 7 series yesterday. The desktop CPUs are built on the Zen microarchitecture, and are aimed at an enthusiast audience. The shift to a 14nm manufacturing node has allowed AMD to vastly increase the overall bandwidth and improve the number of execution cycles. The Ryzen products...

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AMD  is  back:  Ryzen  7  takes  the  fight  to  Intel  for  a  fraction  of  price 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen processors could begin shipping on March 2 in the US
After showing up in online stores in Europe, the upcoming AMD Ryzen processors have now been spotted at US retailer Fry’s electronics. The flagship Ryzen 7 1800X CPU has been listed at $489 by the retailer, while the 1700X is listed at $389. Both the SKUs are expected to ship on March 2nd, less than...

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AMD  Ryzen  processors  could  begin  shipping  on  March  2  in  the  US 
february 2017 by vrzone
More AMD Ryzen benchmarks surface
Earlier this month, we told you about the first Ryzen 7 1700X benchmarks, which showed truly mind-blowing results. More numbers have now been leaked online, courtesy of Futuremark’s benchmark database. In addition to the Ryzen 7 1700X, we now have the Ryzen 5 1600X and Ryzen 5 1300 benchmark results as well. In the 3DMark...

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More  AMD  Ryzen  benchmarks  surface 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD Capsaicin event to be held on February 28 at GDC 2017
AMD has confirmed that it will be holding its second Capsaicin event at the 2017 Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, California. The “Capsaicin & Cream” event will be live-streamed from Ruby Skye, a theater turned club. It is expected that AMD will be showcasing the next-gen Vega graphics architecture that will be powering...

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AMD  Capsaicin  event  to  be  held  on  February  28  at  GDC  2017 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD AM4 motherboards up for pre-order in Australia, prices revealed
After AMD Ryzen processors, the upcoming AMD AM4 motherboards have also been listed online. A few AM4 motherboards are now up for pre-order in Australia, giving us an idea of what to expect from the new boards in terms of pricing. Let’s start with the most affordable of the four motherboards listed, the Asus Prime...

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AMD  AM4  motherboards  up  for  pre-order  in  Australia  prices  revealed 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 beta drivers released
AMD today released the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 beta drivers, which include new Multi GPU profiles, performance improvements, as well as a number of fixes. There is added support for Sniper Elite 4 (up to 5% performance improvement measured on Radeon RX 480 series products) and For Honor (up to 4% improvement on Radeon...

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AMD  Radeon  Software  Crimson  ReLive  17.2.1  beta  drivers  released 
february 2017 by vrzone
First AMD Ryzen 7 1700X benchmarks show mind-blowing performance
Ahead of the official launch next month, the first benchmark results for the AMD Ryzen 7 1700X CPU has been leaked on the web, courtesy of a member over at AnandTech forums. The Ryzen 7 1700X CPU used in the following tests features a 3.4 GHz base clock, so it is not the fastest Ryzen...

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First  AMD  Ryzen  7  1700X  benchmarks  show  mind-blowing  performance 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD confirms that there won't be any Ryzen drivers for Windows 7
AMD has said that it will not provide Ryzen drivers for Windows 7. The move makes sense as Microsoft pulled official support for Windows 7 last year, with the Redmond organization clearly stating that Kaby Lake and the upcoming Ryzen will work only on Windows 10. With Kaby Lake, 4K streaming for services like Netflix is...

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AMD  confirms  that  there  won’t  be  any  Ryzen  drivers  for  Windows  7 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD Ryzen pricing leaks, to start at $317
Ahead of the official launch early next month, US pricing for AMD Ryzen processors has been leaked early, courtesy of online retailer ShopBLT. All three SKUs will be 8-core processors with 16 threads. The flagship AMD Ryzen SKU will be the R7-1800X, with the manufacturing part number “YD180XBCAEWOF”. The 8-core processor will be priced at...

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AMD  Ryzen  pricing  leaks  to  start  at  $317 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD 8-core Ryzen benchmark show up on Ashes Of The Singularity database
A recent entry in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmarks database highlights an interesting CPU: an 8-core AMD Ryzen with Hyper Threading enabled. The listing reveals that the benchmark was carried out using a GeForce Titan X, with the Ryzen CPU clocked at 4.0GHz with a base clock of 3.6GHz. Considering the test was done using a Titan X,...

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AMD  8-core  Ryzen  benchmark  show  up  on  Ashes  Of  The  Singularity  database 
february 2017 by vrzone
Acer outs a 38-inch Ultrawide curved monitor with AMD FreeSync
Acer has announced a new high-end monitor aimed at gamers, the XR382CQK. The 38-inch ultra-wide curved monitor boasts of an impressively high 2300 R curvature and supports AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate technology over the DisplayPort. The monitor uses a 37.5” IPS panel with a 3440 x 1600 resolution, 5ms response time (gray-to-gray), 172/178 degree...

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Acer  outs  a  38-inch  Ultrawide  curved  monitor  with  AMD  FreeSync 
february 2017 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.2 drivers now available
AMD today released the new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.2 drivers with support for Conan Exiles beta and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands beta. As with any new version, the new drivers also include quite a few fixes as well, as detailed below. Fixed Issues Changing memory clocks with Radeon WattMan with more than...

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AMD  Radeon  Software  Crimson  ReLive  Edition  17.1.2  drivers  now  available 
january 2017 by vrzone
AMD may preview X370 Zen motherboards at Dec. 13 'New Horizon' event
AMD is all set to showcase its Zen CPU later this month at its “New Horizon” event ahead of the retail launch of the processors. Now it looks like the company will also show off motherboards based on X370 chipset and the AM4 socket. Several board manufacturers are rumored to attend the event to highlight X370 boards. According...

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AMD  may  preview  X370  Zen  motherboards  at  Dec.  13  ‘New  Horizon’  event 
december 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Pro 490 benchmarks leak online, edges out GTX 1070
The Radeon RX 490 surfaced at a retailer site, hinting at a release by the end of the year. AMD is showcasing the Zen CPU on December 13, so it is feasible the company will use the event to launch the RX 490. The listing mentions we’ll see CrossFire, PCI Express 3.0, and DirectX 12, but...

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AMD  Radeon  Pro  490  benchmarks  leak  online  edges  out  GTX  1070 
december 2016 by vrzone
AMD is giving away Civilization VI with the RX 480 for the holiday season
AMD has launched a new game bundle for the holiday season that includes Civilization VI with select RX 480 cards. The company will give away codes for the latest instalment in Sid Meier’s franchise to customers buying the 4GB or 8GB variant of the RX 480, as well as those purchasing systems that offer the RX...

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AMD  is  giving  away  Civilization  VI  with  the  RX  480  for  holiday  season 
november 2016 by vrzone
HP updates its Elitebook 705 G4 series with 7th Gen AMD Pro APUs
HP has updated its Elitebook 705 G4 series of premium notebooks with the latest 7th Generation AMD PRO APUs. The HP Elitebook 705 G4 comprises of three models – 12.5” 725 G4, 14” 745 G4, and the 15.6” 755 G4. All three models can be configured with the following 7th Gen AMD PRO APUs: AMD...

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HP  updates  its  Elitebook  705  G4  series  with  7th  Gen  AMD  Pro  APUs 
november 2016 by vrzone
AMD could launch 'Zen' Summit Ridge lineup on January 17th
According to latest rumors out of China, AMD is preparing to launch its Zen based Summit Ridge desktop processors on January 17th 2017. The source of the leak is an official letter from MAXSUN, who are working with AMD to provide AMD AM4 motherboards in mainland China. The leak suggests AMD will be launching a...

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AMD  could  launch  ‘Zen’  Summit  Ridge  lineup  on  January  17th 
november 2016 by vrzone
AMD rolls out Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.1 Beta
AMD has released Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.1 Beta, introducing game profiles for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, and a DirectX11 CrossFire profile for Titanfall 2. The changelog for the release includes a long list of fixes: AMD XConnect Technology will now allow Microsoft Office applications to migrate to iGPU on unplug. Flickering...

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AMD  rolls  out  Radeon  Software  Crimson  Edition  16.11.1  Beta 
november 2016 by vrzone
AMD rolling out revised Polaris GPUs with 50% increase in performance/watt
It looks like AMD is rolling out revisions to its Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 GPUs that result in a massive 50% increase in performance per watt. The new GPUs will be available to the embedded market first under the E9550 and E9260 naming, and will make their way to consumer products at a later date. Currently, the RX...

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AMD  rolling  out  revised  Polaris  GPUs  with  50%  increase  in  performance/watt 
october 2016 by vrzone
VR-Zone | AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.1 now out
AMD has released the new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.1 today, which packs support for the upcoming games Gears of War 4 and Mafia III. In addition to optimizations for these two games, the latest release also adds a new AMD CrossFire DirectX 11 profile for Shadow Warrior 2. Fixed Issues include: Deus Ex: Mankind...

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AMD  Radeon  Software  Crimson  Edition  16.10.1  now  out 
october 2016 by vrzone
BenQ EX3200R is a new 144Hz curved VA monitor with AMD FreeSync
BenQ is rolling out a new monitor that should interest gamers looking for a large VA monitor with AMD FreeSync support. The new EX3200R is a 31.5” curved VA monitor with thin bezels on all sides. The VA panel offers 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution and a static contrast ratio of 3000:1, which is...

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BenQ  EX3200R  is  a  new  144Hz  curved  VA  monitor  with  AMD  FreeSync 
october 2016 by vrzone
AMD could launch Vega 10 with HBM2 memory by year-end
According to a report from Fudzilla, AMD is going to announce its first Vega 10 products with next-gen HBM2 memory before the end of the year. These products will be meant for the professional market only though, the consumer products based on Vega 10 are expected to be launched next year. It is currently being...

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AMD  could  launch  Vega  10  with  HBM2  memory  by  year-end 
october 2016 by vrzone
AMD to launch 7nm Gray Hawk with Zen+ cores in 2019
We’ve had an insight into AMD’s GPU roadmap thanks to a recent leak, and today we’re getting a look at the processor side of things. It looks like AMD will leverage GlobalFoundries’ 7nm node to build a new series of APUs codenamed Gray Hawk. The processors will offer four Zen+ cores and eight threads, with a thermal footprint...

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AMD  to  launch  7nm  Gray  Hawk  with  Zen+  cores  in  2019 
september 2016 by vrzone
Get Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for free when you buy a high-end AMD CPU
NVIDIA has launched a game bundle where the vendor is giving away Gears of War 4 for free when you buy the GTX 1080 or the GTX 1070. The promotion is valid for standalone cards, as well as notebooks that come with the GTX 1080 or GTX 1070. Now AMD is getting in on the...

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Get  Deus  Ex:  Mankind  Divided  for  free  when  you  buy  a  high-end  AMD  CPU 
september 2016 by vrzone
AMD releases Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.9.2 beta
AMD is rolling out the Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.9.2 beta, which includes day-one optimization fixes for Forza Horizon 3. The racging simulator has launched to rave reviews from around the web. AMD has fixed several issues in this release, including: Intermittent mouse cursor corruption may be experienced on some Radeon RX 400 Series graphics products. Flickering...

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AMD  releases  Radeon  Software  Crimson  Edition  16.9.2  beta 
september 2016 by vrzone
Samsung outs the C24FG70 curved VA monitor with AMD FreeSync
Samsung has announced a new monitor aimed at gamers after a really long time. The new C24FG70 is a curved VA monitor with AMD FreeSync support and a high 144Hz refresh rate. The 24” monitor features an extreme 1800R curvature, similar to other recent curved monitors that Samsung launched earlier this year. It uses a...

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Samsung  outs  the  C24FG70  curved  VA  monitor  with  AMD  FreeSync 
august 2016 by vrzone
Lenovo Y27f curved gaming monitor with AMD FreeSync goes official
Lenovo today announced its first curved gaming monitor with support for AMD’s FreeSync technology. Optimized for gamers, the Lenovo Y27f is a free-standing display offering low input latency and an ultra-smooth gaming and multimedia experience thanks to AMD FreeSync. The monitor uses a 27-inch VA curved panel with R1800 extreme curvature and a native resolution...

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Lenovo  Y27f  curved  gaming  monitor  with  AMD  FreeSync  goes  official 
august 2016 by vrzone
AMD collaborating with Chinese VR Platform 87870
AMD has made massive strides to endear itself to gamers looking to get into Virtual Reality. First came the Rx480, promising VR-ready graphics at a far reduced cost compared to its competitors at NVIDIA. Now, the company is making another move to capitalise on the VR market with a joint venture. The partner is Chinese...

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august 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.3 drivers now out
AMD has released the new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.3 drivers, with a number of major fixes and improvements. One of the biggest highlights of the new version is that it improves performance in “Rise of the Tomb Raider” by an impressive 10 percent when compared to the previous 16.7.2 driver. Apart from this, AMD...

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august 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 470 and Radeon RX 460 specs now confirmed
Ahead of their launch next month, the folks at VideoCardz have managed to get their hands on official AMD presentation slides that reveal the complete specs of the Radeon RX 470 and the Radeon RX 460. The Radeon RX 470 will be based on the “Ellesmere” Polaris 10 silicon, which has already been seen on...

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AMD  Radeon  RX  470  and  460  specs  now  confirmed 
july 2016 by vrzone
AMD confirms key specifications of upcoming Radeon RX 470 & RX 460
At a special launch event in Australia, AMD shed more light on its upcoming Radeon RX 470 and Radeon RX 460 graphics cards. The Radeon RX 470, which is aimed at 1080p gaming, will use a similar blower type cooler that is seen on the RX 480. AMD also confirmed that the reference card will...

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AMD  confirms  key  specifications  of  upcoming  Radeon  RX  470  &  460 
july 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 470 4GB expected to be priced at $149
The 4GB variant of the upcoming AMD Radeon RX 470 graphics card will carry a MSRP of $149. The 8GB variant of the card will be priced at $179, which is fairly decent as well. The entry-level 400 series card, the Radeon RX 460 is likely to become quite popular as well, with a starting...

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AMD  Radeon  RX  470  4GB  expected  to  be  priced  at  $149 
june 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB variant to be priced at $229
AMD’s Poland division has revealed the pricing for the 8GB variant of the upcoming Polaris based RX 480 graphics card. According to the tweet published by AMD Poland on its official Twitter page, the Radeon RX 480 will be priced at $229. The 4GB version of the card will be available for $199, as revealed...

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AMD  Radeon  RX  480  8GB  variant  to  be  priced  at  $229 
june 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 470 benchmarks spotted, look mighty impressive
After the leaked benchmarks of the Radeon RX 480, benchmark numbers of the Radeon RX 470 have also been spotted online. The benchmarks were run by AMD in its performance labs last month on a system comprising an Intel Core i7 5960X processor clocked at 3.0 GHz, 16GB of memory, and a Radeon RX 470...

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june 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon RX 480 posts impressive results in 3DMark 11 Performance benchmark
An early benchmark result spotted on the 3DMark 11 Performance benchmark suggests the upcoming AMD Radeon RX 480 is indeed going to be quite a powerhouse, especially at the competitive price that AMD plans to sell it at. In the 3DMark Performance benchmark, the AMD Radeon RX 480 posted a score of P-14 461 points,...

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AMD  Radeon  RX  480  posts  impressive  results  in  3DMark  11  Performance  benchmark 
june 2016 by vrzone
AMD Zen "Summit Ridge" silicon shown at Computex 2016
After starting strong with the RX480 announcement, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su came onstage to show off the new Zen silicon, the base upon which AMD’s new Summit Ridge CPU will be made. There were very few details given on specifications or a retail date, but promises were made to include Zen in a wide...

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AMD  Zen  “Summit  Ridge”  silicon  shown  at  Computex  2016 
june 2016 by vrzone
AMD enters the VR race with competitively priced RX480
The big buzzword of today in gaming is virtual reality (VR). To get on board, AMD have unveiled their newest line of Radeon graphics cards to make use of this, the RX480. They have set themselves the internal challenge of bringing vr to 100million gamers within the next few years, a higher target than competitor...

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june 2016 by vrzone
AMD ‘Polaris 10’ and ‘Polaris 11’ specs get detailed ahead of unveiling
A new report from TechPowerUp has revealed the key specifications of AMD’s upcoming Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 GPUs. The Polaris 10 (Ellesmere) will reportedly feature 2048 stream processors, offering a single-precision floating point performance of 5.5 TFLOP/s, which is higher than the 5.2 TFLOP/s figure for the FirePro W9100 graphics card based on the...

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AMD  ‘Polaris  10’  and  11’  specs  get  detailed  ahead  of  unveiling 
may 2016 by vrzone
AMD reportedly planning to get its “Vega” based cards out by October this year
According to a new report from 3DCenter.org, AMD is planning to launch its next-gen “Vega” silicon by the end of this year. As per the roadmap shared by AMD earlier this year, it expected “Vega” to debut only by early next year. However, it looks like AMD decided to bring “Vega” out earlier than planned...

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may 2016 by vrzone
First AMD “Polaris” Radeon graphics cards expected by month-end
Thai tech website Zolkorn today published a report claiming the first AMD ‘Polaris’ based graphics cards will be launched by the end of this month. The website claims AMD is planning to hold a media event in Macau, China, a few days before Computex 2016 formally kicks off in Taipei. Invites to the event have...

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First  AMD  “Polaris”  Radeon  graphics  cards  expected  by  month-end 
may 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon R3 Series entry-level SSDs announced
AMD has rolled out a series of SSDs aimed at the entry-level segment. The drives are branded as the Radeon R3 Series, and are available on Amazon. The drives are available in configurations of 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB, and 960 GB, and offer TLC NAND flash memory along with Silicon Motion SM2256KX controllers on a SATA 6 Gb/s...

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AMD  Radeon  R3  Series  entry-level  SSDs  announced 
may 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon R9 480 rumored to be as fast as the Radeon R9 390X
According to benchmark figures listed on the GFXBench database, the upcoming Radeon R9 480 graphics card could deliver performance very similar to the Radeon R9 390X. We cannot be entirely sure though, as we only get to see the OpenGL benchmarks on GFXBench. Still, it is definitely a positive sign and raises out expectations from...

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AMD  Radeon  R9  480  rumored  to  be  as  fast  the  390X 
may 2016 by vrzone
AMD officially teases its upcoming “Polaris” GPU architecture
AMD now has a dedicated website up for its upcoming Polaris architecture. While there are no specific details available on the page yet, you do have the option of signing up to be notified when the first Polaris based cards go on sale. The upcoming high-end notebook GPUs from AMD will be based on Polaris...

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may 2016 by vrzone
Samsung intros C32F391FW 31.5-inch curved VA monitor with AMD FreeSync
Samsung has introduced a new 31.5-inch curved monitor with a higher than usual 1800R curvature. The C32F391FW offers 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution and uses a Samsung SVA panel with a high contrast ratio of 3000:1. The panel also offers a 4ms response time, maximum brightness of 250 cd/m², 8-bit colors, 178/178 degree viewing...

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Samsung  intros  C32F391FW  31.5-inch  curved  VA  monitor  with  AMD  FreeSync 
april 2016 by vrzone
AMD rolls out Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.4.2 driver
AMD today rolled out the latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.4.2 driver. The latest release adds new Crossfire profiles for “Elite Dangerous” and “Need for Speed”. In addition to the new profiles, the Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.4.2 release provides full support for Thunderbolt 3 eGFX ecnlosures configured with Radeon R9 Fury, Nano or 300...

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april 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Pro Duo benchmarks leak ahead of launch
AMD Radeon Pro Duo is slated to make its debut later this week, and ahead of the official launch, Chinese site Expreview posted its full review of AMD’s offering. Slated to feature dual GPUs, the card is twice as fast as the Fury X at 1080p and 60% faster at 4K resolutions. Several recently announced titles such as The...

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april 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Pro Duo's press deck leaked ahead of unveil
AMD will officially unveil the $1,500 Radeon Pro Duo next week, but before the official launch, the press deck showcasing the video card has leaked. The card will be the 1.5 times faster than Nvidia’s GTX Titan X, and will feature a dual GPU implementation with two Fiji XT GPUs offering 8,192 stream cores, 512 TMUs, 128 ROPs, and a computing...

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april 2016 by vrzone
AMD announces Q1 2016 earnings
AMD has announced its Q1 2016 earnings, with the vendor netting a total revenue of $832 million and operating loss of $68 million along with a net loss of $109 million. Revenues were down 13% from the previous quarter. AMD president and CEO Lisa Su said that the vendor is focusing on new introductions and design wins — such as... Read More The post AMD announces Q1 2016 earnings appeared first on VR-Zone.
AMD  announces  Q1  2016  earnings 
april 2016 by vrzone
AMD announces deal to build custom CPUs for the Chinese government
AMD has announced that it will build custom x86 enterprise CPUs for the Chinese government, providing finished solutions as well as licensing IP. The comany will team up with Tianjin Haiguang Advanced Technology Investment Co., Ltd, which is the investment arm of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. AMD is getting $293 million from the licensing agreement, and... Read More The post AMD announces deal to build custom CPUs for the Chinese government appeared first on VR-Zone.
AMD  announces  deal  to  build  custom  CPUs  for  the  Chinese  government 
april 2016 by vrzone
Upcoming PlayStation 4K rumored to feature an AMD “Polaris” GPU
Some new details regarding the rumored PlayStation 4K console have cropped up online today. According to a new report, the “PlayStation 4K” will pack a custom-designed SoC from AMD with eight 64-bit x86 cores based on the company’s Jaguar micro-architecture cloicked at 2.10GHz. As far as graphics are concerned, the chipset will reportedly include a...

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april 2016 by vrzone
AMD may bundle Wraith CPU cooler with FX-8350 and FX-6350
It looks like AMD may bundle its Wraith stock CPU cooler with the AM3+ socket FX-8350 and FX-6350 CPUs. The addition of the cooler is said to include a price hike from the standard editions of the CPUs by as much as $30. With a 125W TDP, there’s no question that the FX-6350 and FX-8350 are power hungry. With...

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april 2016 by vrzone
AMD R9 470 and R9 480 rumored to make official debut at Computex 2016
According to a few reports, NVIDIA won’t be the only one to debut next-gen cards at Computex this year. Rival AMD is also apparently going to unveil the Radeon R9 470 and the R9 480 at Computex next month. The Radeon R9 470 will reportedly be passed on Baffin (Polaris 11) GPU with a TDP...

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AMD  R9  470  and  480  rumored  to  make  official  debut  at  Computex  2016 
april 2016 by vrzone
AMD tipped to launch Radeon R9 490 and R9 490X cards in June
A new report from HardwareBattle claims AMD is planning to launch the Radeon R9 490 and the R9 490X cards based on “Polaris” architecture in June this year. While the cards will reportedly be officially launched by the end of June, they could be previewed at Computex 2016, where rival NVIDIA will be launching its...

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AMD  tipped  to  launch  Radeon  R9  490  and  490X  cards  in  June 
april 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Pro Duo slated to go on sale later this month
According to HardwareBattle, the latest AMD flagship graphics card will go on sale starting on the 26th of this month. The Radeon Pro Duo was announced last month and features not one but two 28nm Fiji GPUs. Each GPU includes 4096 stream processors, 256 texture mapping units, and 64 raster operation units.  The dual-GPU card...

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april 2016 by vrzone
AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2 now available
After NVIDIA, AMD has also released its latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition drivers today, version 16.3.2. The latest drivers add official support for the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive, two of the hottest VR headsets on the market right now. Another main highlight of this new release is support for the Radeon Pro Duo,...

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AMD  Radeon  Software  Crimson  Edition  16.3.2  now  available 
march 2016 by vrzone
AMD A10-7890K & Athlon X4 880K CPUs announced
AMD has announced two new desktop processors for the consumer market, the A10-7890K APU and the X4 880K Athlon CPU. The A10-7890K is the fastest desktop APU that AMD has released so far, boasting of 1.0 TFLOPS theoretical compute performance. The APU is bundled with the company’s new “near-silent” 125W AMD thermal solution featuring the...

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AMD  A10-7890K  &  Athlon  X4  880K  processors  announced 
march 2016 by vrzone
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