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  1. AMD's Radeon RX 6600 Could Have 8GB of Memory The same could also apply to the RX 6600 XT (Image credit: AMD) An ASRock filing to the ECC has indicated that AMD's future RX 6600 and RX 6600XT could be equipped with an 8GB memory configuration. ASRock's ECC filing showcases model name names for ASRock's custom RX 6600 and RX 6600XT graphics cards and will be ready when (maybe if) AMD releases budget-oriented RDNA2 cards. If this is true, then the 8GB configuration could potentially be AMD's second memory configuration for the RX 6600 series. A few mon
  2. AMD is biting at Intel's server market share with its largest gains in over a decade Intel is still holding the fort in mobile and desktop, but Epyc chips are snapping at Xeon's dominance in the datacentre. (Image credit: AMD) The first few months of 2021 have been absolutely massive for AMD and Intel. According to the latest report from Mercury Research, the first three months of 2021 saw the largest yearly increase in shipments of CPUs in a quarter of a century, and second only to the final moments of 2020 in terms of raw volume. You'd be perhap
  3. AMD's 21.4.1 driver brings a ton of cool new features but Super Resolution is still missing Today, AMD announced its major driver overhaul that was missed last year possibly due to the pandemic situation. The new WHQL driver is coming in the form of the Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.4.1. Despite a lot of new additions and updates, the driver is missing the most anticipated FidelityFX Super Resolution feature. Fidelity FX Super Resolution is a part of AMD's FidelityFX DirectX 12 Ultimate suite and is said to be a framerate boosting technique similar to Nvidia
  4. AMD acknowledges USB connectivity issues on X570 and B550 motherboards If you've experienced problems, AMD wants to hear about them In brief: Reports of USB connectivity issues on AMD X570 and B550 motherboards have circled the forums since the boards’ release, but the issue has recently come to a head on Reddit. AMD has responded with a simple statement: they’re not sure what the issue is, and they’d like to collect more data. For the past few months, reports of sporadic USB disconnections on 500-series motherboards have been stacking up on the desk o
  5. Dell’s Alienware launches first AMD-based gaming laptop in over a decade After a long gap, Dell Alienware is finally releasing AMD-based gaming laptops. Dell today announced two new AMD Ryzen CPU-powered gaming laptops: the redesignedAlienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 and Dell G15 Ryzen Edition. Both the laptops are powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs. Read about both the laptops in detail below. Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5: Up to AMD Ryzen 5000 H-Series Mobile Processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs
  6. AMD looks set to reveal surprise RX 6800 XT ‘midnight black’ limited edition GPU Although any graphics card released these days is ‘limited’ in terms of stock (Image credit: Future) An AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT ‘midnight black’ edition graphics card is set to be unleashed later today, according to a new report. VideoCardz was tipped by a reader who is a member of the AMD Red Team, and received an email giving them early warning of the release of the limited edition GPU. Although arguably, any graphics card release these days is a ‘limited
  7. NZXT launches its first AMD motherboard with the new N7 B550 NZXT fuses excellent motherboard design with AMD's B550 chipset. What you need to know NZXT launches its first AMD motherboard with the N7 B550. This is a premium motherboard with a 12+2 power phase design, Wi-Fi 6, and support for up to 4733MHz RAM. The new N7 B550 is available now for $229.99. Today marks the day NZXT launched its first AMD motherboard. Like other PC hardware vendors, the company has been slowly growing its catalog of products, as well as the categories
  8. AMD unveils its third-gen EPYC server CPUs with Zen 3 cores As the company had announced a few days ago, AMD today took the wraps off the third generation of EPYC CPUs, geared towards the server market. These are the first EPYC processors based on the Zen 3 core architecture that debuted with the Ryzen 5000 series, and they promise up to a 19% increase in instructions per clock compared to the previous generation. The lineup includes processors with anywhere from eight to 64 cores, and between 16 and 128 threads, and they include support for things like 4-6
  9. AMD Unveils New Security Features With Launch of EPYC 7003 Series Processors Chipmaker AMD on Monday announced the launch of its new EPYC 7003 series server processors — codenamed Milan — and the company has shared some information about new and improved security features. The new CPUs are based on the Zen 3 architecture and AMD says they bring significantly improved performance for enterprise, cloud and HPC workloads. The EPYC 7003 series processors are available immediately — device manufacturers have started announcing new products that use them, and major cloud prov
  10. AMD 3rd Gen EPYC Milan CPUs Confirmed For Launch on 15th of March – 64 Zen 3 Cores, Improved Clocks & Xeon Crushing Performance AMD has officially confirmed that its 3rd Gen EPYC Milan Server CPUs are all set for launch on the 15th of March. The launch will be hosted digitally featuring presentations by AMD's CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, and various other senior executives. AMD All Set To Launch 3rd gen EPYC Milan CPUs on 15th of March In Digital Keynote The AMD 3rd Gen EPYC Milan CPU family will be the last family to be featured on the SP3 socket platform. As such,
  11. AMD announces $479 Radeon RX 6700 XT, says it will have ‘significantly more GPUs available’ ‘We know it’s crazy out there, we’re doing everything we can’ AMD has heard you loud and clear: you can’t buy its excellent RX 6800 and 6800 XT graphics cards at anything close to their retail prices. Today, the company’s announcing a new GPU that might (but probably won’t?) change that: the Radeon RX 6700 XT. “With the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT launch, we are on track to have significantly more GPUs available for sale at laun
  12. AMD is announcing a new Radeon RX 6000 GPU in March The event will be held on March 3rd AMD’s Radeon RX 6800 XT GPU Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge AMD has announced a new hardware event for next month, where the company plans to unveil the next GPU in its Radeon RX 6000 line of cards. The presentation will air on March 3rd at 8AM PT / 11AM ET. Like other GPUs in the RX 6000 series, this new model will use the RDNA 2 architecture, including real-time, hardware-accelerated ray tracing and variable r
  13. Intel grabs CPU market share back from AMD for first time in 3 years Mostly thanks to AMD's processor shortages What just happened? We’ve been hearing for a while now that AMD is continuing to chip away at Intel’s dominance of the CPU market, but according to a new report, the trend reversed in Q4 when Chipzilla gained market share for the first time in three years. Mercury Research’s results for the fourth quarter of 2020 show that AMD lost some of its x86 market share despite having a good year overall. In desktop, the company fell from 20.1 percent
  14. Intel’s new desktop GPUs won’t work in AMD systems Intel’s first desktop GPUs in 20 years need a special BIOS Intel launched its first Iris Xe desktop graphics cards yesterday, but you won’t see them appearing in AMD-powered systems. While Nvidia and AMD’s desktop GPUs typically work across a variety of Intel and AMD processors, Intel’s new desktop GPUs are a little more limited for now. “The Iris Xe discrete add-in card will be paired with 9th gen (Coffee Lake-S) and 10th gen (Comet Lake-S) Intel
  15. AMD made a billion dollars more in Q4, and multiple billions in 2020 Profits went up nearly a thousand percent AMD is firing on all cylinders these days: it’s the guts of every modern PlayStation and Xbox, it has the desktop CPUs to beat, it’s nearly caught up to Nvidia in GPU performance (if not availability), and it’s about to challenge Intel in laptops as well — with its Ryzen 5000 mobile CPUs and RDNA 2 GPUs due later this year. All of that can translate to eye-popping dollar signs: the chipmaker just announce
  16. AMD 21.1.1 Adrenalin driver comes with support for Hitman 3 and Quake II RTX AMD today delivered its first graphics driver of 2021, providing support and optimizations for two games in particular: Hitman 3 and Quake II RTX. The newly released Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 21.1.1 driver also comes with a suite of bug fixes. It doesn't appear as though AMD is changing the branding of its driver just yet. IO Interactive's Hitman 3 launched yesterday, bringing back Agent 47 for another round of assassinations in the rebooted trilogy. According to AMD,
  17. Shuttle goes AMD: Space-saving Barebone for Ryzen processors Some eight years after the last AMD-based Mini-PC from Shuttle, a second processor manufacturer is once again being incorporated into the company’s own product line. As an initial model to revive this segment, Shuttle is supplying a robust 1.3-litre PC for AMD Ryzen processors with socket AM4. - Suitable for three 4K monitors - Supports lots of AM4 CPUs with Radeon Vega graphics - Dual Gigabit, remote power-on, RS-232 The first product with the model name XPC DA320 is a Barebone from the “XPC slim” family wh
  18. ARM PCs will be a threat to Intel and AMD, CEO believes after Apple’s M1 success Real innovation will win out, Segars argues (Image credit: Future) Apple’s custom-designed ARM-based M1 chip has certainly made a big impact since it was launched inside MacBooks (and the new Mac mini), and ARM is keen to ride this wave of success, with the CEO making very optimistic noises about the chances of finally providing a meaningful challenge on the PC front. In other words, Simon Segars, CEO at ARM, believes tha
  19. Some juicy AMD Ryzen 5000 processors have just appeared online AMD has some new APUs coming (Image credit: AMD) A listing online indicates that AMD has a pair of new Ryzen SKUs coming, including the Ryzen 9 5980HX for laptops. The listings appeared on the USB Implementers Forums website this week ahead of CES 2021, possibly offering a preview of what AMD has planned for the new year. The listings for a Ryzen 9 5980HX indicate a new mobile APU while another listing for a Ryzen 7 5700G indicate a desktop Cezanne p
  20. AMD is all set to open another battlefront with Intel and Nvidia New patent reveals AMD FPGA plans (Image credit: Shutterstock) A new patent by AMD that calls for integrating programmable execution units with a CPU shows that the company is all set to take on Intel and Nvidia in the data center market. According to reports, the AMD patent describes a processor that can include one or more programmable execution units that can be made to handle different types of custom instruction sets. This sounds eerily similar to a Fi
  21. AMD could have a cunning plan to cut the cost of its future graphics cards Or at least ensure that they don’t become even more expensive... (Image credit: Future) AMD’s graphics cards could be very different in the future, switching to use a multi-chip module (MCM) design, at least according to a freshly spotted patent. Notebookcheck.net highlighted the discovery of the patent by hardware leaker @davideneco25320 on Twitter, and it’s an interesting read for sure, providing a potential glimpse of how AMD is set to shift it
  22. AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 Series "Genesis Peak" Processor Lineup Could Begin with a 16-Core Model AMD is set to introduce its next-generation of Ryzen Threadripper processors in the coming weeks, and rumors are suggesting that it may happen at this year's CES. The new Ryzen Threadripper platform is codenamed Genesis Peak. If we take a look at the current 3000 series "Castle Peak" Threadripper processors, they were launched on CES 2020, with availability in February. So we are assuming that the upcoming 5000 "Genesis Peak" series is going to launch at the virtual CES event, during
  23. AMD patents a chiplet GPU design quite unlike Nvidia and Intel's Which approach is better? Something to look forward to: AMD has published its first patent on chiplet GPU designs. In typical AMD fashion, they're trying to not rock the boat. Chiplet GPUs are just beginning to emerge. Intel has been forthright about their development process and confirmed the employment of chiplets in their first-generation discrete GPUs. Nvidia, while coy about specifics, have published numerous research papers on the topic. AMD was the last holdout – which only adds to the intrigu
  24. AMD in 2021: a look ahead for Team Red AMD won 2020, how about 2021? (Image credit: AMD) 2020 has been a wild year, and yet it still went almost according to plan for AMD. Or at least that perceived plan as laid out by the momentum of its Zen processors. Aside from some inventory shortages in the latter half of 2020, AMD has shown little sign of slowing down, and that may make 2021 another big year for Team Red. New stuff (Image credit: AMD) If we’re being realistic, new components are what we’re excited for. Even though AMD’s Ryze
  25. AMD takes more of Intel’s market share in latest Steam Hardware Survey Team Red is chipping away at Intel's CPU lead (Image credit: AMD) AMD continues to still chip away at Intel’s lead in CPU market, having gained yet more ground in the latest Steam Hardware Survey. It's no secret that AMD has been closing the gap on Intel in the Steam Survey for some time now. In September, AMD claimed a quarter of the market for the first time, having held just 18% of the market in June 2019. The most recent figures
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