The latest news from around the globe on AMD processors, graphics cards and innovative technologies along with what’s new in the industry to help you stay informed and connected. Coverage and news will provide insight on how AMD and its products are viewed in the market.
Meet Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition: AMD Link mobile app, Radeon Overlay, and more
"This update polishes the already-gleaming core of Radeon Settings and puts more control and information into the hands of gamers, without even the need to exit your game. Between Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition and the Red Team’s rapid-fire driver releases in recent years, AMD’s software missteps of the past are firmly in the grave. This is good stuff."
AMD EPYC Powered HPE Server Breaks Two World Records In SPEC CPU Performance Benchmark
AMD is making waves with its brand new “EPYC” enterprise chips which debuted earlier this year. Enterprise giants including Dell & HP, have been running AMD’s new chips through their paces and are on track to roll out new servers powered by the company’s EPYC processors before year’s end and into Q1 of next year.
AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.2: Workload Toggle and 12x GPU Compute Support
"For the Vulkan-powered Wolfenstein II, the developer, MachineGames, has worked closely with AMD and stated that Vulkan uses Vega-specific features in this game."
AMD stuffs Radeon Vega graphics into its Ryzen Mobile chips
"Given that AMD is typically known for its mid-range and low-end laptop chips, it feels strange to be genuinely excited about what its next processors mean for high-end laptops. Who wouldn't want a machine that's as thin as a MacBook Air that you can also use for a bit of gaming? Ryzen Mobile, in particular, is something only AMD could build."
First Look: AMD Ryzen Pro CPUs (and the Dell, HP & Lenovo PCs That Use Them)
"It’s clear that AMD’s Ryzen Pro parts have plenty of potential. And with a push from the likes of Dell, HP, and Lenovo on the hardware front, Team Red could be poised to gain back some of the market share it has lost in the business and enterprise desktop market in recent years.”