AMD Has Cut the Performance of Some RX 560 GPUs

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AMD has quietly introduced a new version of its Radeon RX 560 — but this one packs fewer cores and sells in the same price point. If you’re eyeing one of these GPUs, be careful which you pick.

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AMD’s New Radeon Pro Duo is Slower, Cheaper Than Its Predecessor

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AMD’s new Radeon Pro Duo isn’t as fast as the Radeon Pro Duo it launched last year — but it does offer 4x the RAM, a significantly reduced price, and much lower power consumption.

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AMD launches Radeon Instinct GPUs to tackle deep learning, artificial intelligence

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AMD is throwing its own hat into the deep learning and AI markets, with a new lineup of Radeon Instinct GPUs. It’s a mix of older and newer architectures — and a new Vega part as well.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/240908-amd-launches-new-radeon-instinct-gpus-tackle-deep-learning-artificial-intelligence?source=Computing

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AMD may license its Radeon graphics IP to Intel for use in desktops, high performance computing

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There’s a rumor going around that AMD and Intel may have inked a deal to put Radeon graphics IP in future Intel CPUs. There are still more questions than answers, but this could be a positive development for both companies.

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AMD preps hotfix for Radeon Crimson video card fan woes

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AMD’s new Radeon Crimson driver has a fan setting issue that could damage video cards — the company has pledged to release a hotfix today to address the problem.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/218698-amd-preps-hotfix-for-radeon-crimson-video-card-fan-woes

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Testing illustrates noise problem with at least a few Radeon Fury X cards

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New retail card testing has confirmed that at least some early Radeon Fury X samples have odd levels of pump noise. AMD says the issue still impacted just a handful of cards, however.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/209186-testing-illustrates-noise-problem-with-at-least-a-few-radeon-fury-x-cards

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AMD’s Radeon R9 Fury X: Previewing performance, power consumption, and 4K scaling

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AMD’s new Radeon Fury X debuts today. Fed Ex shenanigans kept us from having much time with the GPU, but we’ve got a preview of the card ready to go, including preliminary findings on power consumption, 4K scaling, and overall performance.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/208874-amds-radeon-fury-x-previewing-performance-power-consumption-and-4k-scaling

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Price, positioning details leak on AMD’s upcoming Radeon Fury

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As AMD’s Radeon Fury moves closer to launch day, more details on the card’s specs and capabilities are still leaking out. Rumors of high prices and limited availability for HBM, meanwhile, seem greatly exaggerated.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/207922-price-positioning-details-leak-on-amds-upcoming-radeon-fury

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Apple unveils $1999 Retina iMac, faster MacBook Pros with AMD graphics

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Apple sweetens its Retina iMac with a lower-cost version, and springs for AMD Radeon R9 M370X graphics in its top-end MacBook Pro — or, rather, wants you to spring for it.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/205976-apple-unveils-1999-retina-imac-faster-macbook-pros-with-amd-graphics

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