We have just received news that AMD will unveil, or at least tease its upcoming next-generation desktop APU, codenamed “Kaveri” on November 11. It will take place at AMD’s APU’13 event, which will go much like their GPU’14 event that took place in Hawaii back in September.
We had reported that AMD would be launching their Radeon R9 290 graphics card on October 31st, but it looks like the launch has been pushed back a week to November 5th. So for those looking to get their hands on the R9 290 you will have to wait just a little bit longer.
There have been conflicting reports about AMD’s upcoming Kaveri APU. Some people think it will release in February of 2014, while other say we will see it much sooner. Well a few different chinese sites have released performance results from near production samples which makes us think that we may see Kaveri before the end of the year.
We have learned from a few different sources that custom models of AMD’s R9 290X graphics card will not be coming till late November. So if you were waiting it looks like you have another month to go. Manufacturers usually need four to six weeks to deliver custom cards to the market. So many of your favorite custom models will not be here till almost December.
A lot of anticipation had been lurking around and many speculations were being made since the announcement of AMD’s next-generation desktop APU which has been codenamed as “Kaveri”. Well, to light up the anticipation, there has been a little revelation and some piece of information has been given away through a leaked AMD slide. This one sheds some light on the important dates in the products launch cycle. We finally know now that the much awaited APU will officially be announced on the 5th of December.
Gigabyte is proud to announce the arrival of the Radeon R7 Series Overclock Edition Graphics Cards which have recently been introduced. These series of graphics cards include the GV-R726XWF2-2GD, GV-R726XOC-2GD, GV-R725OC-1GI and GV-R724OC-2GI and each one of them have been designed to perfection, enabling them to promise the maximum results to the users.
Just a few days ago we took a look at AMD’s Radeon R9 290 synthetic performance in 3DMark and Heaven 3.0. Today we have actual gaming performance and frame-rating from the upcoming R9 290 thanks to DarkTech. AMD is set to release the R9 290 on October 31st.
Information from various sources indicate that AMD is working on the Tahiti XTL core based revision of their recently released Radeon R9 280X graphics card. The current Radeon R9 280X which was released earlier this month features the Tahiti XT2 core, which is very similar to the one that was on the Radeon HD 7970 GHz.
It has been revealed that the older versions of AMD processors might be useless with the latest Microsoft Windows 8.1 64 bit. This piece of information was recently revealed to Neowin by Microsoft itself when it stated that all the older AMD processors will face issues while trying to run Windows 8.1 64 bit. Some of these AMD processors have been named by Microsoft such as the elderly Athlon 64, Athlon x2 64 or the Opteron 185.
AMD had just announced their Radeon R9 290X yesterday and today it looks like the upcoming Radeon R9 290 stock and overclocked performance has been leaked by Overclockers.co.uk. AMD is set to release the R9 290 in just under a week on October 31st.
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