Windows 7 shall still rule the earth
Software King of the World, Microsoft has made it clear that it does not want users of Intel Kaby Lake and AMD Bristol Ridge CPUs using Windows 7.
X370, B350 and A320 ready for Ryzen and Bristol Ridge
AMD has officially announced its newest socket AM4 motherboards that will be based on X370, B350 and A320 chipset and support its new Ryzen CPUs and the upcoming Bristol Ridge APUs.
Not bad, but not 10nm according to PC World.
PC World has done a comparison test on Intel’s 14nm Kaby Lake to see how it stacks up with earlier versions.
More than just a nice pair of Bristols
AMD announced the first PCs featuring 7th Generation AMD PRO APUs (formerly codenamed “Bristol Ridge PRO”).
Korean user cleans Kaveri clock
While everyone is waiting for the first Zen-based Summit Ridge CPU and Excavator-based seventh-generation Bristol Ridge APUs continue, a Korean user has already overclocked the flagship Bristol Ridge A12-9800 APU.
Running well on stock AMD Wraith cooler
While we wait for AMD to launch its first Zen-based Summit Ridge CPUs and Excavator-based 7th generation Bristol Ridge APUs, the flagship Bristol Ridge A12-9800 APU has already been overclocked by a Korean user with stock AMD Wraith CPU cooler.
Paparazzi have managed to get their zoom lenses focused on the AMD AM4 Socket and Bristol Ridge chip snapped together for the first time.
Four Excavator x86 CPU cores
AMD has announced that its 7th-generation A-Series Bristol Ridge microprocessors are shipping to PC makers.
Updated: Polaris GPU, Bristol Ridge APU and possible Zen
The live stream for AMD's Computex 2016 event has just gone live and we are certainly looking forward to see what AMD has prepared.