Jon Peddie research counted
AMD made many announcements at the Games Developers Conference and we wanted to follow up the claim that 83 per cent of the total addressable market for dedicated Virtual Reality HMD, Head Mounted Displays figures would be AMD.
Unannounced headset to bring 4K per-eye display
During the announcement of the Radeon Pro Duo at the Capsaicin event at GDC 2016, Roy Taylor from AMD actually teased yet another VR headset which will offer 4K-per-eye screen.
Faster than GTX Titan Z
The official press slides for the recently announced Radeon Pro Duo graphics card also brought the first performance figures from 3DMark FireStrike benchmark where the new dual-GPU graphics card is significantly faster than the GTX Titan Z.
Stock gains 7.94 percent
AMD's Radeon Technology Group had a good day yesterday. It announced a $1499, dual Fiji card, its 2017 and 2018 GPU roadmap and claimed 83 per cent of the total addressable market for dedicated VR HMDs. All this saw a 7.94 per cent jump in share value.
Sulon teams up with AMD for a new VR
Sulon Q in partnership with graphics giant AMD is has created yet another VR headset to boldly go where no one has quite managed to go yet.
Not that AMD is telling anyone
AMD told the Games Developer Conference press event that it had 83 per cent of a market share in VR. The claim appeared to be legit as it quoted Jon Peddie Research, however we had some severe doubts.
Comes after Vega and feature next-gen memory
During its Capsaicin event at GDC 2016 in San Francisco, AMD has unveiled its new roadmap showing a bit more details about upcoming GPU architectures, including Polaris, Vega and the new Navi architecture.
Dual Fiji-GPU graphics card priced at US $1499
Just a few moments before its Capsaicin event at GDC 2016 show, AMD has officially announced its new dual-GPU flagship graphics card with two Fiji GPUs, the US $1499 priced Radeon Pro Duo.
Down by 20 per cent
The global GPU market has fallen by 20 per cent over the last year.
Sheep and goats together
Graphics start-up Otoy has claimed it has developed a means of running software written for Nvidia's Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) platform on unmodified on rival graphics cards and CPUs from AMD.