If you want to know how much it costs you can’t afford it
AMD has released an updated workstation graphics card sporting a massive 32GB of memory. The new card uses GDDR5 memory although you can still get the older 16GB version released in 2014.
If the dark satanic rumour mill is correct AMD’s next-generation graphics cards may in the shops in June.
With Quantum Break optimizations and more
AMD has released its new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.4.1 drivers which come with an official support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets, all the optimizations for the new Quantum Break game and few other improvements and fixes.
Taking on Skylake
AMD has been giving a sneak preview of its “Bristol Ridge” architecture which it hope to use to take on Skylake.
AMD's FirePro S9300 x2 Server GPUs to drive its HPC.
A cutting edge Canadian astronomy project will use AMD chips to provide the high performance computing it needs.
Tesla Motors,’ which has been poaching engineers from Apple and AMD, could be causing a few headaches for Nvidia.
High Performance Computing FirePro with two Fiji GPUs and passive cooling
AMD has unveiled a new FirePro series High Performance Computing (HPC) graphics card which is based on two AMD Fiji GPUs, similar to the recently unveiled Radeon Pro Duo desktop dual-GPU graphics card, the FirePro S9300 X2.
Ready for Oculus Rift and Radeon Pro Duo
Following the official availability of the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset, AMD has also released its new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2 drivers adding both support for the new Oculus SDK v1.3 as well as support for its recently released Radeon Pro Duo dual-GPU graphics card.
Who needs it?
AMD looks close to killing off support for 32-bit Windows for its Radeon drivers.