MSI Radeon RX 470 Gaming X 4GB Review
The MSI Radeon RX 470 Gaming X has 4GB of DDR5 Memory. The RX 470 is currently available in two variants, 4GB DDR5 Memory and 8GB DDR5 Memory, with the 4GB variant being the most popular given its price to performance ratio. The MSI RX 470 Gaming X has been marketed as a sub $200 GPU.
AMD Provides Sneak Peek of Full Line of Radeon™ RX Series Graphics Processors at E3
CEO Lisa Su delivered a pre-launch showcase of the full line of forthcoming Radeon™ RX Series graphics cards set to transform PC gaming this summer by delivering enthusiast class performance and fe
Radeon™ RX 480 set to drive premium VR experiences into the hands of millions of consumers; starting at just $199
AMD today unveiled the company’s strategy for its upcoming Polaris architecture-based Radeon™ RX Series graphics cards, introducing impressive levels of VR performance and future-proof technologies1 at a variety of price points. The Radeon RX 480 delivers premium VR capability at a stunning price of starting at just $199 for the 4GB edition.
Radeon Crimson Software Getting Better
AMD R9 285 2GB CrossFire Scaling and Performance
We have two Sapphire R9 285’s, each spotting 2GB of DDR5 Memory with a 256 bus-width. This is intended as a follow up review to the A10-7870K where we tested crossfire performance but the quad core CPU proved to be quite a bottleneck, which is what lead us to test crossfire performance with the FX 8350.
AMD Partners with Oculus and Dell to Power Oculus Ready PCs
announced a collaboration with Oculus and Dell to equip Oculus Ready PCs with AMD Radeon™ GPUs, starting at $999USD.
AMD Expands Embedded Graphics Lineup
AMD announced multiple new discrete AMD Embedded Radeon™ graphics options suitable for multiple form factors.
AMD launches the R9 370X
While the launch of the R9 Nano took the world of PC gaming by storm, AMD quietly released the R9 370X.
AMD A10-7870K Review
The A10-7870K is based on the same Steamroller cores as Kaveri. The codename “Godavari” was a codename to differentiate between the A10-7870K and A10-7850K while improving and refining what is essentially the same die used in the A0-7850K. There has been an increase in the stock CPU clock speed as well as an increase in the stock GPU speeds. Even though the A10-7870K is based on the same Steamroller cores used in the A10-7850K, the 7870K is more of a refresh than a rebadge.