7nm looks better than expected
According to our sources, AMD already has its 7nm Navi-based graphics card up and running in its lab, and the 7nm GPU looks good.
The brand is coming back
According to rumors floating around, Asus will be returning its ROG Strix brand with the Radeon RX 590 graphics card.
Targeting owners of ancient kit
AMD is leaning on its channel to support its push in the server market as the firm looks to challenge for market share and rattle Intel's cage.
The RX 570 with higher clocks
AMD has rather silently introduced a new SKU in China, the Radeon RX 580 2048SP, which is pretty much the Radeon RX 570 but with a slightly higher GPU boost clock.
Spotted in 3DMark database
As we already told you earlier, AMD is gearing up to launch a 12nm Polaris refresh which should bring around 10 to 15 percent improvement, and now it appears it could be called the Radeon RX 590.
Bringing 10 to 15 percent improvement
AMD is gearing up for a slight refresh of its graphics card lineup with a 12nm Polaris GPU, which is likely to bring an improvement of around 10 to 15 percent, mostly thanks to higher clocks.
24-core and 12-core SKUs
According to details spotted on AMD's UK Twitter account, the company will launch two new Ryzen Threadripper SKUs, the 2970WX and the 2920X, both available worldwide on October 29th.
And Intel the thumb down
Shortages of Intel processors means that major manufacturer Lenovo is using AMD chips more and more, while it has also given the hard word to Chipzilla.
Talk about 7nm CPU and GPU
Last week it was announced that AMD’s President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su will be a keynote speaker at the CES 2019. This is a big step up for a smaller x86 player as this use to be a spot for the big players including Intel, Microsoft or Qualcomm.