Several performance improvements

AMD
Following the launch of AMD’s new ReLive drivers there is already a new beta update available. This release should bring significant performance improvements in quite a few games compared to the first version. In addition a new category "Known Issues" has been added.

Not compatible with old CPU coolers

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After almost 10 years, even AMD is going to change the mounting. Actually it was to be expected that the upcoming AM4 CPUs would require a different mounting kit, since the socket is quite a bit different as well. As always Noctua is very early on letting their customers know that their existing CPU coolers will soon be compatible.

With latest DirectX 12 update

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A few days ago Ubisoft has released a new update for Tom Clancy's The Division, this new patch brings significant improvements regarding DirectX 12 performance with AMD graphics card. According to the first tests from GameGPU and ComputerBase, it looks like the improvements put the RX 480 16% ahead of the GTX 1060.

AMD AM4 platform shown

14.12.2016 - Posted by Luca Rocchi

Feature list finally up to date

AMD
During their New Horizon event AMD has also shown the new AM4 platform. The upcoming high-end motherboards will be based on the X370 chipset which offers all the latest feature you might want from a recent motherboard.

As fast as a Core i7-6900K

AMD
Yesterday, during their "New Horizon" event, which AMD hosted in its home town Texas, AMD, for the first time, has shown a RYZEN CPU. AMD worked on Zen, which now goes by the name RYZEN, for almost 4 years and the main focus of the company has been creating a chip that features competitive IPC performance. According to the company, it looks like that Zen either met or exceeded the goals set by the company, so we’re pretty curious to find out more.

AMD Vega GPU demonstrated

13.12.2016 - Posted by Luca Rocchi

Deals with 4K easily

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During a tech day that was held yesterday in Sonoma California AMD for the first time demonstrated their Radeon Instinct product family. Their new flagship is most likely based the Vega GPU and it goes by the name MI25.

AMD Zen CPU are called RYZEN

13.12.2016 - Posted by Luca Rocchi

Including clock

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According to latest rumors AMD is going to launch their Zen based processors on January 17th. Meanwhile a few new slides have leaked revealing additional information on these CPUs as well as the marketing name. AMD will promote these new CPUs using “RYZEN” as a brand name.

16-cores and 32-threads

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New Horizon, the AMD event that will take place December 13th, is right around the corner and during this show we will finally see a preview of the upcoming Zen CPUs. Nevertheless the guys on WCCFTech have already spotted an upcoming Zen server CPUs, featuring 16 cores and 32 threads.

AMD Radeon RX 460 unlocking

12.12.2016 - Posted by Marc Büchel

Up to 12% perfomance more

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Well-known overclocker Roman "der8auer" Hartung has found a way to unlock TMUs and Stream Processors on AMD Radeon RX 460 graphics card. The unlocking process involves nothing more than a simple firmware update but it might not work on all RX 460 graphics cards and worst case the unlocking process could brick your card. In other words if you do a firmware update, it’s all at your own risk.

A new APU based on socket AM4

AMD
Although the acclaimed launch date will be somewhen during or after CES 2017, there is new information on the upcoming next generation AMD Bristol Ridge APU. A few days ago we have seen a Bristol Ridge APU delidded by the overclocker NameGT and today there is a new score in the CPU-Z validator database.

Spotted inside macOS Sierra drivers

AMD
Anandtech forums user “Glo” stumbled upon some new AMD graphics cards, which have been mentioned in the latest drivers for macOS. It appears that AMD is soon going to introduce Polaris 10 XT2 and Polaris 12.

Quite an improvement

AMD
As we already mentioned, thanks to a leak we know that AMD is going to soon show their so called ReLive drivers. Next to improvements and new features on the server/workstation side also desktop/gaming systems should benefit from increased performance and new features.

Added features and performance improvements

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The guys on WCCFtech found a leak regarding the upcoming Radeon Software Crimson ReLive drivers, for both consumers and professionals. With the ReLive release we should see significant performance improvements in some applications compared to the still recent 14.502.1019 driver. Apart from increasing performance new features have been added.

AMD Vega tested on Ashes of Singularity

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According to the Ashes of the Singularity database benchmark results on an unknown GPU have surfaced. So far the rumor mills are suggesting that this could be AMDs upcoming RX 490 card, which is supposedly based on Vega.

AMD Zen launch is pretty close

AMD
AMD has announced its New Horizon event that will take place December 13th. This event is going to be streamed on Twitch, while being hosted by Gametrailers journalist Geoff Keighley. According to latest reports, it looks like AMD will show Zen-based CPUs as well as Summit Ridge during the event.

The New Horizon event

AMD
AMD has announced its newest New Horizon event that will take place on December 13th, where it promises to deliver an exclusive preview of its new Zen CPU architecture.

Optimizations for Watch Dogs 2 and more

AMD
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.5 Hotfix drivers, which include optimizations for the new Ubisoft Watch Dogs 2 game as well as a couple of other optimizations and fixes.

AM4 but not Zen

AMD
We already seen plenty of details regarding AMD's 7th generation Bristol Ridge APUs which use the new AM4 socket but today we stumbled upon one that has been delidded for overclocking purposes.

Running between 3.2GHz base to 3.5GHz Boost

AMD
More details regarding AMD's upcoming Zen-based Summit Ridge CPUs have found their way online, suggesting clocks ranging from 3.2GHz base to 3.5GHz Boost as well as prices ranging from US $150 for the entry-level SR3 to US $500 for the special SR7 high-end part.

Rumors start to appear

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According to fresh rumors, AMD could be announcing a new high-end GPU in December, called the Radeon RX 490X.
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