Chip design company Opti has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against AMD, after reaching an out of court settlement in a similar case against Nvidia earlier this year. Opti, which licenses intellectual property for technology used primarily by PC and chip manufacturers, claims that AMD has infringed three of its patents for a technology known as “Predictive Snooping of Cache Memory for Master-Initiated Accesses. The complaint alleges that AMD has infringed the patents by making and selling CPUs and core logic products using Opti’s predictive snooping technology.

Chip design company Opti has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against AMD, after reaching an out of court settlement in a similar case against Nvidia earlier this year. Opti, which licenses intellectual property for technology used primarily by PC and chip manufacturers, claims that AMD has infringed three of its patents for a technology known as “Predictive Snooping of Cache Memory for Master-Initiated Accesses. The complaint alleges that AMD has infringed the patents by making and selling CPUs and core logic products using Opti’s predictive snooping technology.