Again with the rebrands
During its Financial Analyst Day AMD has revealed a lot of information regarding its future products, but it has also announced a few new products including the full "new" AMD Radoen M300 series graphics for notebooks lineup.
Rebrands all across the lineup
AMD has now officially launched a complete line of Radeon R300 series desktop graphics cards for OEMs, including R9, R7 and R5 series, all of which are rebrands of existing R200 series graphics card with slightly higher clocks.
Next year HBM 2.0 but no name yet
AMD teases its audience with the new HBM High Bandwidth Memory product that is supposed to come soon.
First AM3+ motherboard with two USB 3.1 ports
MSI has now officially unveiled its new 990FX Gaming socket AM3+ motherboard, which is currently, at least as far as we know, the only socket AM3+ motherboard with USB 3.1 ports.
Intel released its Xeon E7 v3 processor family which are mostly for data centres and cloudy operations.
AMD was planning a financial analyst's day on Wednesday, but it seems that materials from the event may have leaked out.
Envy Phoenix desktops will have them
HP says its upcoming Envy Phoenix desktops will feature none other than "AMD R9 380" graphics, even if AMD still hasn't publicly confirmed the existence of its GeForce "killers."
Going for under €180 in Europe
As you probably already know, AMD is preparing to launch its new Radeon Rx 300 graphics card series and has now silently cut the price of the Radeon R9 285 in order to clear stock, pushing it down under €180 in Europe.
20nm Amur Cortex A57 this year
AMD is betting a lot at the new Carrizo APU and the company will offer it in mobile and desktop variants.
After 28/32nm comes 14nm Zen line
AMD has an update for investors and this information was supposed to get to them at the financial conference call scheduled for May. It got out a bit earlier than that and gave us some insight into AMD's plans for 2016.