AMD has today announced the hardware specifications for its two new graphics cards that take the form of the AMD Radeon RX 470 and RX 460.
AMD Radeon RX 470 and RX 460 specs confirmed - HEXUS
AMD Radeon RX 470 and RX 460 detailed - Ocaholic.c
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AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) critics often cite Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) vast technical dominance as a reason why AMD is always on the cusp of dissolution. SA Contributor Mark Hibben has been one of those critics and in his most recent article (here) he claims Intel is in a "last man standing" strategy. As part of that strategy Intel must and will drive AMD out of the x86 market.
There are several reasons why that won't happen and in this article I will present counter arguments to Hibben's premise.
Outside of watching a pair of AMD Radeon RX 480s in Crossfire go up against an Nvidia GTX 1080 in Ashes of the Singularity at Computex, we haven’t seen much in the way of performance for AMD’s upcoming mainstream GPU. That changes today. If this 3DMark benchmark result rings true, AMD’s new $199 graphics card is offering incredible results for its price tag. More if you google
They did that with my ID when I decided that BS'ing with FOOL's that contribute nothing but BS was a waste of my time. I would always address them with my correct ID which can be clicked on & of coarse call them a FOOL.
Take $200 X 2B for first 3 years of disruptive tech. Looks like $400 B to me yep acehole you know what your talking about
AMD Showcases New High-Performance Solutions at COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2016
Launches 7th Generation AMD A-Series APUs; Outlines the Market Opportunity and Announces Availability Date for New Radeon RX GPUs; Delivers First Public Demonstration of Upcoming High-Performance Desktop Processor Featuring "Zen" Processor Cores
TAIPEI, TAIWAN -- (Marketwired) -- 05/31/16 -- COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2016 -- Building off its legacy of innovation, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today highlighted multiple updates about the company's upcoming high-performance compute and graphics solutions.
"We entered 2016 with a great product lineup and growing momentum for AMD's technologies," said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su. "Today's launch of our 7th Generation A-Series mobile APUs, to be followed closely by new Radeon™ RX Series GPUs and then our next-generation 'Summit Ridge' desktop processor powered by our 'Zen' core represent key proof points of our strategy to firmly re-establish AMD as a high-performance design leader."
Key disclosures include:
Unveiling of the strategy for the upcoming Polaris architecture-based Radeon™ RX Series graphics cards, which will provide an exciting selection of future-proof1 gaming technologies and impressively smooth VR entertainment starting at only $199 SEP set to formally launch on June 29.
Launch of the new 7th Generation AMD A-Series mobile Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) which show major improvements in performance compared to the previous generation, including double-digit gains in gaming, video rendering, and file compression performance2.
First public demonstration of AMD's high-performance x86 processor core (codenamed "Zen"), powering a "Summit Ridge" desktop processor that features eight cores and sixteen threads.
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A Form SD regarding Advanced Micro Devices has been filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Any Thoughts