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AMD's 'Radeon RX Vega,' 'Threadripper' to Take Share, Says Wells - Barron's

AMD's 'Radeon RX Vega,' 'Threadripper' to Take Share, Says WellsBarron'sAMD's latest additions to its portfolio of chips, “Threadrippper,” and “Radeon RX Vega,” can take share from Intel and Nvidia, writes Wells Fargo chip analyst David Wong. By. Tiernan Ray. Updated July 31, 2017 11:01 p.m. ET. Text Size; Regular; Medium ...and more »

AMDs CEO underlines gaming is important - Fudzilla;

AMDs CEO underlines gaming is important - Fudzilla

FudzillaAMDs CEO underlines gaming is importantFudzillaThe situation in the last three months was so volatile that there were almost no Radeon RX480, 470, 570 and 580 cards on the market. The reason was extremely simple, miners were buying thousands of them. We asked several people at AMD about the fact ...and more »

AMD RX Vega GPUs Finally Launched with Release Date and Pricing Info - Overclockers Club

AMD RX Vega GPUs Finally Launched with Release Date and Pricing InfoOverclockers ClubFor some of us, this news has been a long time coming, but at last AMD has launched its RX Vega GPUs, targeting gamers instead of the professional market the Vega Frontier Edition aims for. There are three RX Vegas being offered: the RX Vega56; RX ...and more »

AMD takes aim at Nvidia with high-end Vega graphics cards - Polygon;

AMD takes aim at Nvidia with high-end Vega graphics cards - Polygon

PolygonAMD takes aim at Nvidia with high-end Vega graphics cardsPolygonAMD finally unveiled its Radeon RX Vega line of GPUs at the SIGGRAPH conference yesterday, looking to get back in the ring with Nvidia when it comes to the market for enthusiast consumer gaming computers. The Vega family will debut with different Vega ...and more »

AMD announces Radeon RX Vega series of graphics cards - GSMArena.com;

AMD announces Radeon RX Vega series of graphics cards - GSMArena.com

GSMArena.comAMD announces Radeon RX Vega series of graphics cardsGSMArena.comAMD has finally announced its long-awaited series of enthusiast-class gaming graphics cards running the brand new Vega architecture, the Radeon RX Vega. The series starts off with three models, the Radeon RX Vega 56, the Radeon RX Vega 64 and the ...and more »

AMD: Investors' Dilemma, Gamers' Pride - Seeking Alpha

AMD: Investors' Dilemma, Gamers' PrideSeeking AlphaAMD (AMD) has announced the specifications and pricing of its much-awaited Radeon RX Vega high-end graphics cards for gamers. The cards haven't been launched yet. But we can expect that it will come to the market sometime in August. This is good ...and more »

Vega goes pro on the Radeon Pro WX 9100 and Radeon Pro SSG - The Tech Report, LLC;

Vega goes pro on the Radeon Pro WX 9100 and Radeon Pro SSG - The Tech Report, LLC

The Tech Report, LLCVega goes pro on the Radeon Pro WX 9100 and Radeon Pro SSGThe Tech Report, LLCAMD led off its Vega assault by releasing two Vega Frontier Edition graphics cards at the very end of last month. The Frontier cards were aimed at a prosumer market in between the gaming-focused RX Vega and the true professional cards with certified ...and more »

AMD's new $499 RX Vega 64 and $399 Vega 56 top-end graphics cards launch in August - TechCrunch;

AMD's new $499 RX Vega 64 and $399 Vega 56 top-end graphics cards launch in August - TechCrunch

TechCrunchAMD's new $499 RX Vega 64 and $399 Vega 56 top-end graphics cards launch in AugustTechCrunchBoth cards are going on sale August 14, at $499 for the Radeon RX Vega 64 and $399 for the Radeon RX Vega 56. For the specs intro, the RX Vega 64's core specs include 64 compute units, a base clock of 1,247MHz and a boost clock of 1,547MHz, with ...and more »

AMD Radeon Pro SSG Breaks Terabyte Memory Barrier - eTeknix;

AMD Radeon Pro SSG Breaks Terabyte Memory Barrier - eTeknix

eTeknixAMD Radeon Pro SSG Breaks Terabyte Memory BarriereTeknixWhile AMD's Threadripper CPUs and RX Vega GPUs caught the bulk of the attention at Siggraph 2017, AMD had plenty more mouth-watering hardware announcements as well. This includes the Radeon workstation graphics Radeon Pro WX9100 and the ...and more »

Ryzen and Radeon Roundup - PC Perspective;

Ryzen and Radeon Roundup - PC Perspective

PC PerspectiveRyzen and Radeon RoundupPC PerspectiveJust in case you wanted to relive this weekends event, or you feel that somehow Ryan missed a detail when he was describing Threadripper or Vega, here is a roundup of other coverage of the event. The Tech Report contrast the Vega 64 and Vega 56 with a ...and more »

AMD takes on Nvidia in high-end gaming with new Radeon GPUs - Silicon Valley Business Journal;

AMD takes on Nvidia in high-end gaming with new Radeon GPUs - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Silicon Valley Business JournalAMD takes on Nvidia in high-end gaming with new Radeon GPUsSilicon Valley Business JournalSunnyvale-based chipmaker AMD today released a detailed preview of its latest line of high-end graphics cards, designed to go head-to-head with Santa Clara-based Nvidia Corp. The new Radeon RX Vega line will go on sale in two weeks. Roy Taylor, vice ...and more »

AI chatbots started talking in their own language, so Facebook pulled the plug - Digital Trends

AI chatbots started talking in their own language, so Facebook pulled the plugDigital TrendsLet's get the latest Apple iPhone 8 rumor of the week… or day… out of the way first thing! According to Bloomberg, Apple is indeed working on a 3-D facial recognition system for the iPhone 8 – or perhaps more models than just the newest iPhone. And ...and more »

Vega's Almost Here, But Are AMD's Board Partners Ready? - Tom's Hardware;

Vega's Almost Here, But Are AMD's Board Partners Ready? - Tom's Hardware

Tom's HardwareVega's Almost Here, But Are AMD's Board Partners Ready?Tom's HardwareThe wait for AMD's next high-end gaming graphics cards is almost over. The first allotments of Vega 64 cards should arrive on August 14, but you may not be able to find cards from your favorite brand. Only a handful of team red's board partners have ...and more »

AMD's Siggraph 2017 RX Vega launch event footage is now up - PC Invasion (blog);

AMD's Siggraph 2017 RX Vega launch event footage is now up - PC Invasion (blog)

PC Invasion (blog)AMD's Siggraph 2017 RX Vega launch event footage is now upPC Invasion (blog)The information from AMD's RX Vega launch at Siggraph last night is pretty much out there now, but the event can be watched in full if you wish. You can watch the full hour and a half show below. It features the introduction of the RX Vega 64 and RX ...and more »

AMD announces Radeon RX Vega series along with 'Radeon Packs'; to take the fight to Nvidia - Firstpost;

AMD announces Radeon RX Vega series along with 'Radeon Packs'; to take the fight to Nvidia - Firstpost

FirstpostAMD announces Radeon RX Vega series along with 'Radeon Packs'; to take the fight to NvidiaFirstpostAMD has announced the release of Radeon RX Vega, the latest GPU series by the chip maker in a long time. The company announced the launch of this new lineup in Lost Angeles and this new lineup will go head-to-head with the latest and greatest from its ...and more »

AMD's RX VEGA 64 and 56 releases on August 15, starts at $399, rivals GTX 1080 - The Indian Talks;

AMD's RX VEGA 64 and 56 releases on August 15, starts at $399, rivals GTX 1080 - The Indian Talks

The Indian TalksAMD's RX VEGA 64 and 56 releases on August 15, starts at $399, rivals GTX 1080The Indian TalksRadeon RX VEGA 64, AMD's next lineup of high-end VEGA GPUs will feature 8GB of HBM2 memory and up to 13.7 TFLOPS. Pricing in India is not yet confirmed, but since the RX VEGA 64 rivals the GTX 1080 expect the price to be around ₹40,000 which is ...and more »

AMD just introduced two new product lines — and now it looks like a real threat to Intel and Nvidia - Markets Insider;

AMD just introduced two new product lines — and now it looks like a real threat to Intel and Nvidia - Markets Insider

Markets InsiderAMD just introduced two new product lines — and now it looks like a real threat to Intel and NvidiaMarkets InsiderIn the high-end computer hardware space, Intel and Nvidia have been dominant for years, while AMD has been a distant third-place competitor — mainly because AMD hardware has been considered underpowered for high-end professional workstations and ...and more »

AMD Makes Next Move in Comeback With New Graphics Cards - Fortune;

AMD Makes Next Move in Comeback With New Graphics Cards - Fortune

FortuneAMD Makes Next Move in Comeback With New Graphics CardsFortuneAdvanced Micro Devices continued its year of the comeback on Monday by unveiling a new line of graphics cards that are mostly targeted at video gamers and their high-performance computers. The cards are powered by AMD's Vega line of graphics ...and more »

Is the Radeon RX Vega 'Too Little, Too Late'? - Shacknews;

Is the Radeon RX Vega 'Too Little, Too Late'? - Shacknews

ShacknewsIs the Radeon RX Vega 'Too Little, Too Late'?ShacknewsOfficially announced last night at the SIGGRAPH conference in Los Angeles, AMD's new Radeon RX Vega GPUs are the talk of the PC hardware town. Arriving a little over two years after the company's flagship Fury-series cards, the RX Vega line shares ...and more »

SAPPHIRE Radeon VEGA is here! - HEXUS

SAPPHIRE Radeon VEGA is here!HEXUSSAPPHIRE Technology has announced the launch of the much-anticipated SAPPHIRE Radeon Vega 64enthusiast graphics cards. The Vega architecture boasts significant improvements focused on maximizing the performance. Vega cards are designed for ...and more »