Can it take on Nvidia’s Titan?
Developer and Oculus Rift CTO is critical of AMD’s upcoming API.
AMD’s third-quarter results beat analyst expectations, but its PC business continues to shrink leading to a dip in share price.
Origin PC CEO denies claims that Nvidia paid for AMD to be dropped, maintains that sales and technical support difficulties were the reason for “going green”.
Microsoft and AMD confirm the “revolutionary” API will not be available on consoles.
While the first wave of prototypes have shipped with Nvidia cards, the PC-consoles will be available with Intel, Nvidia, or AMD GPUs come 2014.
Uproar in the hardware blogopshere about a conspiracy behind Origin PC dropping AMD sounds like something from an Alex Jones broadcast.
The game company’s PC console will be skipping AMD in favor of Intel CPUs and Titan GPUs in its first batch of devices sent out to beta testers.
AMD’s hopeful Titan-killer is priced at $729.99 on NewEgg, comes with 4GB GDDR5 memory, and has a base clock of 800 MHz.
VR-Zone sat down with AMD’s Ritche Corpus, the company’s director of software alliances and developer relations, to talk about Mantle, TrueAudio, and the Steam Box.
AMD announced a new API called Mantle at its #gpu14 conference in Honolulu. Although most of the details are still under wraps, here’s what is publicly available right now.
AMD’s GCN-powered R7 and R9 series of Radeon GPUs promise to be the the first step in homogenizing console and PC gaming.
AMD’s roadmap shows its focusing on powerhouse embedded chips with Radeon graphics.
How does AMD’s final 8-core FX salvo compare with Intel’s 22nm enthusiast 6-core flagship?
As AMD pushed hUMA as the next revolution in processing, one of the gaming sector’s top developers doesn’t see the value in AMD’s new architecture.
Yesterday, AMD executive Marc Diana stated that the PlayStation 4 has an advantage ‘greater than many expect’ over the Xbox One due to a new AMD technology called hUMA. Well, an anonymous Xbox One developer has responded to the news, and claims that the console he’s working on has something similar in place. Check out the
On paper, the PlayStation 4 does have a noticeable performance advantage over the Xbox One thanks to a higher-end GPU, and faster RAM. That advantage has been downplayed by certain vendors, but AMD states that it is greater than most people expect due to a certain hardware feature called hUMA that is exclusive to the PS4.
Quarter-to-quarter AMD lead the pack in Q2 with shipments increasing by 10.9 percent, Intel grew by 6.2 percent, while Nvidia decreased by 8 percent.
For too long big tech companies have lined earnings press releases and calls with double speak, while big bank analysts pose softball questions. Gail Fialkov’s class action share holder suit against Microsoft should serve as a wake up call.
If our sources are accurate, the enigmatic FX-9590 (four Piledriver modules at 4.7GHz with a 5GHz turbo) will be the final legacy of the performance FX “big cores” from AMD. What tests or benchmarks would you like us to run in our upcoming review?