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Microsoft’s Next-Gen Xbox Wont Have Backwards Compatibility

Microsoft’s decision to switch to AMD’s chips for their next generation console to replace Xbox 360 may come at a higher price as reports coming in that the new generation console, rumoured to be called a…

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Microsoft Ordered To Adopt AMD Chip For Its Next-Gen Xbox Console

Microsoft adopted AMD’s ‘Jaguar’ processor for its next generation Xbox game console as the company wishes to keep the overall cost of the console as low as possible and get developers to make more titles. Game…

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AMD Sees A Bright Future For PC Gaming

It seems that not a year goes by without some kind of industry expert, major company or just some highly opinionated analyst claim that the PC is dead, or that PC gaming has stagnated, will die…

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MSI Radeon HD 7790 OC Edition 1GB Graphics Card Review

Having seen that AMD’s new Bonaire core has taken to the market a lot better than anticipated with its high level of performance, relative to its price, its very much worth looking at what other options…

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AMD & Adobe Collaborate to Better Next Version of Premiere Pro

AMD has announced a partnership with Adobe in order to make the next version of Premiere Pro support hardware-acceleration of AMD GPUs. In case you don’t know what Premiere Pro is, it’s one of the top…

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Battlefield 4 Will Be In Next AMD Game Bundle and No Direct X 12 Coming

In an interview with the German Magazine and website Heise Online AMD’s Vice President of Global Channel Sales, Roy Taylor, has been sharing some interesting information about AMD and future developments with the company. The first…

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Graphics Cards With DDR3 Memory To Rise In Price

According to various industry sources the price of GDDR3 video RAM is set to rise in price over the coming months. The expected magnitude of the rise in prices is going to be in the 10-15%…

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AMD To Bundle SimCity With Select A10 and A8 APUs From April 18th

AMD’s Never Settle and Never Settle Reloaded gaming bundle deals have been incredibly successful, helping increase the value for money consumers get when purchasing select AMD products. AMD knows it has been successful and is looking…

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EK Launches World’s First Water Cooling Solution for AMD FirePro

EK are renowned throughout the industry for making an incredibly diverse range of water blocks that tackle not just the “mainstream” segment of the water cooling market, which is quite niche in itself, but also the…

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AMD’s Steamroller To Arrive A Year Early

In a recent presentation by AMD’s PR and Marketing department it showed off the technology behinds its new Steamroller core design. The new AMD micro-architecture is on track to be released this year in the form…

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Former World’s Fastest Supercomputer Of 2009 Now To Be Decommissioned

IBM’s Roadrunner which at one time held #1 spot in Top 500 Supercomputer list in June 2008, November 2008 and June 2009 will now be decommissioned. IBM built this super computer 5 years ago to model…

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AMD FX-4130 Black Edition Processor Review

Mid last year, AMD announced that they were going to be giving their FX line of CPUs a little boost of energy and a little face lift to rekindle their budget appeal and performance for the…

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AMD Releases Radeon Sky Series of GPUs for Cloud Gaming Systems

Cloud gaming is a trend that has been quite slow to take-off as it has been fraught with technical difficulties, a lack of affordability and a huge dependence on the advancement of network infrastructure due to…

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AMD’s HD 7990 Finally Inbound, Better Late Than Never?

AMD’s HD 7990 is strange in that we have seen versions of it from AMD partners before AMD released the reference design. In late August 2012 we saw a version from TUL corporation which was then…

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AMD’s New Logo Shows Different Series For Memory Kits

A report suggested that AMD has finished making their newer logo in an effort to have a universal design for all of their existing and newer product lineups. But there are also signs which indicate that…

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Club3D Radeon HD 7790 13Series CrossFire Review

Following our recent review on the 7790 from Sapphire, we also have a couple of cards from Club3D but as a change to the normal routine of looking at a single card first then looking at…

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Halo 3 PC, More Evidence Points To More Than Just Rumour, Again!

Some rumours just never die, Halo 3 coming to PC is one of those rumours, but not without good reason. It seems in the last month alone two of the most blatant pieces of information relating…

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Sapphire launches HD 7950 for Mac Pro

Getting decent graphics cards on Mac systems has always been hit and miss, and as far as I know the HD 5870 was the best graphics card you could get that was compatible with Mac. Sapphire’s…

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Latest AMD 13.3 Beta 2 and Nvidia 314.21 Beta Drivers now Ready

It isn’t often that AMD and Nvidia both release their Beta drivers at the same point in time, but they have just done exactly that. AMD have offered consumers the chance to download their AMD Catalyst…

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Updated Nvidia GTX 650Ti Specifications Confirmed

We brought you the first news of the emergence of the HD 7790, the HD 7790’s specifications and performance, news about the possibility of an updated GTX 650Ti from Nvidia and now we have more updated details…

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AMD Richland APUs for Desktop Still Scheduled for a June 2013 Release

AMD recently released their Richland APUs for the mobile market. However, the desktop equivalents are yet to hit the stores. Though, speculation suggests that the desktop equivalents of the Richland design are expected to arrive on-schedule…

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Nvidia to respond to AMD HD 7790 with faster GTX 650 Ti

Nvidia is responding to AMD’s upcoming addition to the mid range market, the HD 7790, by making a newer version of its GTX 650 Ti graphics card. Nvidia’s response will be to make a faster version…

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AMD introduce new Richland A-Series APUs for mobile devices

AMD’s push of their Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) continues with a new generation of mobile APUs under the “Richland” codename. These new APUs are targeted at high performance Ultra-thin systems, laptops, notebooks, tablets and small form factor desktop systems. These…

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AMD’s HD 7790 “Bonaire” Graphics Card Specifications and Performance Revealed

AMD is planning a brand new launch for its HD 7000 series to fill that gap between the $110 HD 7770 and $170 HD 7850. Unsurprisingly, this card is called the HD 7790 as we revealed…

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PhysX and APEX Confirmed Features on PlayStation 4

In the world of games development PhysX and APEX are big business and while the PlayStation 4 may sport AMD hardware, many games developers rely on Nvidias API to create their titles. Nvidia has announced that…

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AMD Ships Next-Gen Fusion APUs to Developers

AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) has set in motion the next phase of their next-gen system development, which now sees their latest Fusion APU (Accelerated Processing Units) being shipped out to software developers. This is highly tipped…

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Kaveri APU prototype pictured and leaked by Frostbite’s Technical Director

Johan Andersson, Technical Director on Frostbite engine by DICE has shared the following picture where it seems that he got one early prototype of AMD’s Kaveri APU. There have been some rumours circling around that AMD…