Select graphics card already bundled on Newegg.com
With Nvidia launching its newest game bundle, it is time for AMD to up the ante by bundling some of its Radeon 200 series graphics cards with Grand Theft Auto 5 and DiRT Rally games.
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.
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.
Optimizations and Crossfire profile for GTA V
Following the launch of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V for PC, AMD has released its newest Catalyst 15.4 Beta drivers with all the game-specific optimizations as well as Crossfire profiles for that game.
Planning a spoiler
AMD is expected to show off its latest Radeon card at Computex, but the dark satanic rumour mill suggests that Nvidia has a GeForce GTX 980 Ti spoiler up its sleeve.
According to leaked slides
According to a new set of leaked slides, which show both the rumored specifications and performance of the upcoming Fiji XT-based Radeon R9 390X graphics card, it appears that AMD might have quite a performer on its hands.
4GB was a limitation, coming in early summer
AMD Fiji is definitely an exciting chip, and many AMD fans are on their toes, eager to see AMD’s first interposer 2.5D High Bandwidth Memory HBM chip.
For high-end SoCs
One of the hottest things we learned at the Mobile World Congress is that MediaTek is working with AMD on mobile SoC graphics.
Only Fiji is an all-new chip
While we are getting close to the launch of AMD's new Radeon 300-series lineup, a new report suggest that most of the upcoming Radeon 300 series will be based on older GCN 1.1 and GCN 1.2 architecture while Fiji GPU will actuallly be the only new chip.