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AMD announced the FX-9000 series back at E3, but this week, we're seeing them put to use in full systems.
AMD reveals new FX-9590 processor the first commercially available 5 GHz processor.
AMD's answer to Intel, the Richland-based APUs, are available today. They may not be able to match Intel in raw power, but they do on price.
Need some low-power, quad-core server chips? These new dies from APU might be right up your alley.
AMD recently showed off some exciting new improvements to its CPU/GPU/APU lineup, and we got to spend a little time getting hands-on impressions.
AMD releases a new faster memory SKU - the RG2133 gamer series.
If you're in or around the San Francisco area this weekend, AMD has a special treat for you! The company is planning a 'fan experience' weekend, letting everyday gamers get some face-to-face time with popular developers, as well as score some free swag.
Sales continue to fall and analysts have soured. What's left for the firm?
AMD announced that it had reached a deal with ARM to license that latter's 64-bit CPU designs to create a new server due out by early 2014.
Today, AMD is pushing out its new Piledriver chips, hoping that the price/performance ratio convinces people to skip over Intel and choose AMD instead.
Today, AMD introduced a new quad-core FX-4130 CPU for just $112, while simultaneously cutting prices across the board on the rest of its processors.
We saw AMD show off the new lineup of workstation FirePro graphics cards earlier this summer, but the full range is only now officially available. After an extended hiatus, the new cards are no doubt welcome to professional users looking to add more pep to their parallel problem solving.
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