Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 18th May 2017 15:41 UTC
AMD

So for today's AMD Financial Analyst Day, AMD has released a little bit more information as part of the next step of their campaign. The first Vega product to be released has a name, it has a design, and it has performance figures. Critically, it even has a release date. I hesitate to call this a full announcement in the typical sense - AMD is still holding some information back until closer to the launch - but we now finally have a clear picture of where the Vega generation kicks off for AMD.

Say hello to the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition.

First Ryzen, now Vega, with Ryzen 9 on the way. AMD is on a roll, and Intel is scrambling. Competition!

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AMD. NVidia, Intel ....
by cade on Fri 19th May 2017 00:39 UTC
cade
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2009-02-28

Intel is "CPU".
NVidia is "GPU"
AMD is "CPU + GPU".


It would be logical to infer that AMD would have the potential for a more flexible/broader product/technology strategy; i.e. there are reasons to believe that there can be a good "upside" to AMD.

While AMD bought ATI, Intel did not buy NVidia.
That must mean something good for AMD.

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