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AMD's chip supply will remain tight through 2021

AMD’s chief executive explained Tuesday that she expects the source of AMD’s chips to be “tight” all over the remainder of the 12 months, but are predicted to simplicity up in 2022. Dr. Lisa Su, speaking in the course of AMD’s 2nd-quarter earnings phone, also mentioned that AMD is performing with its personal provide chain
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All about AMD’s revolutionary V-Cache for Ryzen

AMD’s mic-drop moment at Computex was the information of its intently guarded “V-Cache” technological know-how, which would empower chip stacking on Ryzen CPUs. PCWorld interviewed AMD’s Sam Naffziger about V-Cache. We boiled down that dialogue into a baker’s dozen of crucial factors you need to have to know.  AMD The V-Cache in the CPU over
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Meet AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution: Radeon’s DLSS rival even makes GeForce GPUs faster

Say hi there to Radeon’s long-awaited response to Nvidia’s DLSS know-how. AMD finally took the wraps off its FidelityFX Tremendous Resolution characteristic during its Computex 2021 keynote on Monday evening. The business promised up to twice your GPU’s native efficiency when you need to have additional gaming firepower (like when you activate ray tracing, for
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AMD’s turbocharged Ryzen 5000G APUs get a DIY street date, and a new philosophy

Your prayers are getting answered, Do-it-yourself Computer builders: Throughout its Computex 2021 keynote, AMD announced that its hotly anticipated Ryzen 5000G APUs, which marry the company’s newest CPU cores with built-in Radeon graphics, will launch in just a handful of months, on August 5. But conditions about the ongoing chip scarcity imply these APUs never
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