Tag: amd

  • AMD Clears the Air Around Project FreeSync

    AMD has been making lots of noise about Project FreeSync these past few months, but has also left plenty of questions unanswered. via AMD Clears the Air Around Project FreeSync. FreeSync, and nVidia G-sync both are attempting to get better 3D rendering out of today’s graphics cards no matter what part of the market they […]

  • AMD Launches First ARM-based Server CPU | EE Times

    In addition, AMD is planning to contribute to the Open Compute Project with a new micro-server design that utilizes the Opteron A-series, along with other architecture specifications for motherboards that Facebook helped developed called “Group Hug,” an agnostic server board design that can support traditional x86 processors, as well as ARM chips. via AMD Launches […]

  • AMD Snatches New-Age Server Maker From Under Intel | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

    Chip designer and chief Intel rival AMD has signed an agreement to acquire SeaMicro, a Silicon Valley startup that seeks to save power and space by building servers from hundreds of low-power processors. via AMD Snatches New-Age Server Maker From Under Intel | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com. It was bound to happen eventually, I guess. […]

  • AnandTech – AMD Radeon HD 7970 Review: 28nm And Graphics Core Next, Together As One

    Quick Sync made real-time H.264 encoding practical on even low-power devices, and made GPU encoding redundant at the time. AMD of course isn’t one to sit idle, and they have been hard at work at their own implementation of that technology: the Video Codec Engine VCE. via AnandTech – AMD Radeon HD 7970 Review: 28nm […]