The major driver update
AMD has released its newest major driver software update release for this year, named the AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition, which brings a couple of new features as well as performance improvements.
A rumor wheel turns like a hamster treadmill
Although the information is scarce and there is certainly no confirmation from either Intel or AMD, the rumor is that these two companies have signed a licensing deal that should put AMD GPU in future Intel CPUs.
Most likely a dual-GPU Polaris
A mystery AMD GPU has been spotted in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark database, which goes in line with previous rumors that AMD is possibly preparing a new graphics card, called the RX 490.
It will be streamed
While waiting for Zen is remarkably like waiting for Godot, we have just been told that AMD will be holding a sneak peek of its high-performance Zen CPU on 13 December.
Bring optimizations for Watch Dogs 2
AMD has also released its fresh Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.5 Hotfix drivers which bring support for Watch Dogs 2 game as well as a few other optimizations and fixed issues.
Industry sources confirmed
Well informed industry sources have confirmed to Fudzilla that Vega 10 GPU lines will launch in the first half of 2017. AMD’s Radeon Technology Group might start briefings about the Vega 10 in December, but it won’t launch it until the first half of 2017.
Over the past few days, more information has been revealed regarding AMD’s pricing and performance configurations for its Zen desktop processors, codenamed Summit Ridge.
The RX 460 Slim-iCooler OC 4GB
While it isn't a low profile graphics card, some buyers are still looking for a decent single slot graphics card and the HIS RX 460 Slim-iCooler could be the best they can get.
This could get messy
A US court has allowed AMD investors to carry out a class action against the company over its Llano antics.
AMD executives can’t really get a break, even when the company is doing well. Normally when execs start flogging off their shares it is because the company is going to announce something unpopular which will send share prices downwards. However, in AMD’s case they did the opposite.