As expected AMD will be launching their compact Radeon R9 Nano this Thursday August 27th 2015. We can now confirm that. Reviews of the card and availability should come about a week later. At least to start the product will only be available in its reference design.
New information regarding the launch of AMD’s R9 300 series has surfaced on Benchlife.info, which has been pretty spot on with their leaks lately. According to their report the AMD Radeon R9 300 series will be launching on June 18th, but we will have to wait till the 24th of June for Fiji XT.
Typically when Microsoft releases a new version of Windows we see a Release To Manufacture (RTM) version of Windows that ships in August and then the official version would be released by October. We know this will not be the case as Microsoft already announced that Windows 10 will be shipping this summer.
AMD is preparing to launch their Radeon R9 300 Series at Computex this year in June. Original rumors pointed to the fact that the company had planned on launching products that were essentially price-adjusted rebrands of existing ones. This would include the R9 380 series which would be a rebrand of a R9 290 series with slightly improved silicon and a R9 370 series that would be based on the Tonga silicon. But it has been decided that AMD will launch the entire series including the R9 390X flagship card all at the same time.
Our original report on the launch of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 said it would launch a couple of weeks after CES 2015 and now we have a real date. According to a recent report by Hermitage Akihabara the card will launch January 22, 2015.
AMD will be launching its new performance-segment graphics card, the Radeon R9 285 on September 2nd 2014. Ahead of the launch AMD is expected to give us some details on the specifications and tease the card at its press event tomorrow celebrating 30 years of graphics and gaming.
It has been revealed according to several sources that Intel is expected to launch its next-generation Core i7 HEDT (high-end desktop) processors, codenamed “Haswell-E” along with compatible motherboards based on the X99 Express chipset on August 29, 2014.
Samsung’s Galaxy line has been their flagship smartphone line for some time now. As CES 2014 and Mobile World Congress (MWC) get closer we have been hearing some rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. One was that it would be launched at CES, but that does not seem to be case as the Galaxy S5 will be launched at MWC in late February.
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.
The introduction to NVIDIA’s launch has surely been out of the ordinary. There was this time when the demand was so strong that NVIDIA pulled pre-orders ahead by a couple of days and then after some time it dropped down the prices for some reason. Then suddenly last month, when we were just about to see it make debut in the market; the company discovered a drawback in the device and stopped the launch right away. Things have been a bit on the silent mode since then. But now the company has given its final verdict on the launch, and that shall be by the end of this month.