Qualcomm thinking about buying AMD
Published in Processors


What will Intel do?

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Qualcomm may be gearing up to buy a large slice of AMD.

AMD explains why Quantum has Intel chip
Published in Processors


We sold our soul to Devil's Canyon

AMD's Project Quantum PC system, with graphics powered by two of the new Fiji GPUs may have got the pundits moist but it has been discovered that the beast has Intel inside

Samsung introduces pair of FreeSync UHD monitors
Published in Graphics


Starting at $399

Samsung has launched two 3840x2160 (UHD) monitors with support for AMD’s FreeSync technology. 

AOC launches two FreeSync monitors
Published in Graphics


24- and 27-inchers on a budget

AOC has announced a duo of gaming monitors boasting support for AMD’s FreeSync display synchronisation technology.

AMD releases Catalyst 15.6 Beta driver
Published in Graphics


For Batman: Arkham Knight game

AMD has got back to its Catalyst Beta driver releases and has launched the new Catalyst 15.6 Beta driver with optimizations for the issue plagued Batman: Arkham Knight game.

AMD claims its R390 series is a new chip -- but it's not
Published in Graphics


It looks the same

We don’t know what do you need to do to call a chip a new architecture but are suspicious about some comments about the R390 series

AMD considering a split
Published in News


Needs to make money

As we have been warning, AMD is considering selling itself off as part of a consolidation which is happening in the chip industry.

Star Wars Battlefront feels like a blockbuster
Published in Games


EA knows what it's doing

We had a chance to play Star Wars Battlefront PlayStation 4 edition. We saw a short demo of Battlefront on PC at the AMD Fury X, Radeon 300-series event, too.

AMD partners release their Radeon 300 cards
Published in Graphics


Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.

AMD's partners have released their cards based on its Radeon 300 Series of graphics cards.

Intel slashes five percent of staff
Published in News


Things not going that well after all

Chipzilla might be the world leader for chips and squeezing the lift from AMD at the moment, but for some reason it decided to slash five percent of its workforce.