For older boards
Motherboard maker Biostar has confirmed Ryzen 3000 support for previous 300 (X370, B350, A320) and 400 (X470) series motherboards.
3rd Gen Ryzen, EPYC, and Radeon VII+Navi, all in Q3
During its annual shareholder meeting, AMD has confirmed that its 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs, 2nd Gen EPYC, and Navi-based graphics cards, will all launch in Q3 2019.
As well as the Computex 2019 keynote
AMD has announced its new "Next Horizon Gaming" event that will take place at the E3 2019 show on June 10th, which will be live-streamed. It has also announced that the Computex 2019 keynote on May 27th will be live-streamed as well.
One to have for RAGE 2
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.5.1 driver which brings optimizations for RAGE 2 game as well as adds support for Windows 10 May 2019 Update, Instruction Tracing for Radeon GPU Profiler, and brings several bug fixes.
Radeon RX 640 and Radeon RX 630
AMD might have a surprise release of a new series of Radeon graphics cards based on Polaris in the works.
A 16-core chip running at 4.2GHz Boost clock
An engineering sample of AMD's Zen 2-based 3rd generation Ryzen CPU has been spotted online, showing a 16-core chip with 3.3GHz base and 4.2GHz Boost clocks, and running on AM4 X570 motherboard.
28X improvement in deep leering
It is easy to forget about the software behind the hardware that everyone gets excited about, but without drivers, OS, and general API support, there would not be any platform.
GPU only strategy, or tiny software ecosystem
As a part of its software update and a One API strategy announcement Raja Koduri, the SVP of Intel architecture, graphics and software took time to mention two main competitors and used green for the company that has a GPU centric strategy and red for the company that has both a CPU and GPU.
Powered by AMD’s E1-2150 Processor and Radeon HD8210 graphics
Motherboard, graphics cards and storage device maker Biostar has released its A68N-2100E SoC Motherboard featuring a compact mini-ITX form-factor powered by the energy efficient AMD E1-2150 Processor and Radeon HD8210 graphics.
Sorry Intel you are not fast enough for the final Frontier
The world’s fastest supercomputer will be built in the US by 2021 using AMD chips.