Naples 32 core server chip announced
Published in Processors


As Fudzilla reported last year 

This is one of these "we told you so" moments, as we've already written many details about AMD 32 core Naples server – a data center processor. 

Goldman Sachs wants people to buy Nvidia
Published in News


Take share away from AMD


The bank which rules the world Goldman Sachs  has told its investors that they should buy Nvidia because the launch of its latest graphics card will boost sales and take share from the competition, AMD.

AMD releases Radeon Software ReLive 17.3.1 driver
Published in Graphics


One to have for Ghost Recon: Wildlands

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.3.1 driver which adds game day launch support for Ghost Recon: Wildlands as well as brings a couple of performance improvements and bug fixes.

Volta expected to outperform AMD's Radeon RX Vega
Published in Graphics


But will it be too late?

Rumours are starting to come in that Nvidia’s coming Volta will give AMD's Radeon RX Vega a good kicking thanks to Taiwan Semiconductor’s 12 nm fabrication process over Vega's 14 nm.

AMD Ryzen processors flood the market
Published in Processors


In both the US, the UK and Europe

It seems that AMD's hard launch is paying off as the Ryzen 7 lineup has a "healthy availability" in major markets.

Biostar shows first mini-ITX X370 AM4 mobo
Published in Motherboards


High end chipset in a small form-factor

Biostar has shown off what appears to be the first socket AM4 motherboard based on the mini-ITX form-factor and the high-end X370 chipset - the Biostar Racing X370-GTN.

G.Skill unveils its AMD Ryzen-ready DDR4 memory
Published in Memory


The Flare X and Fortis series DDR4 memory

Following the launch of AMD's Zen-based Ryzen 7 CPUs, G.Skill has announced two new DDR4 memory series, designed and tested specifically for the  AM4 socket platform, the G.Skill Flare X and Fortis DDR4 memory series.

AMD says that developers need to get a better handle on Ryzen
Published in Processors


Performance differences  are more of a software issue


As the reviews of Ryzen came out, it is pretty clear that there are some test scenarios where Intel chips work slightly better, and AMD claims that is due to coding problems.

Snowden calls for AMD to open source
Published in Processors


Open sourced Ryzen would kick Intel into a coma

Whistle blowing spook Edward Snowden says that AMD could kick Intel to death if it open sources its PSP and firmware.

AMD Ryzen CPU reviews are in
Published in Processors


Review roundup: Has it rysen to the occasion?

AMD has officially lifted the NDA veil from its new Zen-based Ryzen CPUs and the first reviews have started to trickle in, giving us a clearer picture regarding real world performance.