PC market is back from the dead
It is starting to look like the PC market is picking up and Intel has raised its quarterly revenue forecast for the first time in more than two years.
Paparazzi have managed to get their zoom lenses focused on the AMD AM4 Socket and Bristol Ridge chip snapped together for the first time.
Everyone needs a dream
AMD Chief Technology Officer Mark Papermaster has told the world that AMD will become the top manufacturer when it comes to PCs and servers.
Cue the hate
A Wall Street analyst, with no thought to his personal safety, has dared to question what AMD fans have been telling us for ages – Zen will bring about peace on earth, cure cancer and above all give Intel a good kicking.
December / CES showcase possible
AMD has never really said that it will ship the Zen this year, the company was always cautious about giving the exact date of the launch. We still believe that the desktop version of Zen will get shown late this year, December or at CES, in the first days of next year. Bench-life thinks that the actual shipping will happen in February.
Deluxe with early access for the price of standard
AMD is moving from the long tradition of bundling the Battlefield games but with the purchase of Radeon RX480 cards or Radeon RX480 based PCs it will get you the deluxe version of the game for the price of the standard version.
Wants a graphics core
AMD and Nvidia are apparently in a scrap to provide Samsung with a graphics core for its custom CPU.
Figures from Mercury and JPR
AMD has been on the blower to point out that figures from Mercury and Jon Peddie Research show that it has been growing market share for the fourth consecutive quarter.
Optimizations for DX12 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.9.1 drivers which bring optimizations for the newly released DirectX 12 patch for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided as well as a new DOTA 2 Crossfire profile and few minor fixes.