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ASUS Announces the AMD-Exclusive ‘AREZ’ Brand for Radeon Graphics Cards

ASUS today announced AREZ, a new brand identity for ASUS Radeon RX graphics cards. Derived from Ares, the Greek god of war, AREZ-branded graphics cards are built using industry-leading automated manufacturing to provide AMD gamers and enthusiasts with superior cooling technology and a robust software ecosystem.

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AMD “Vega 20” Spotted In Linux Driver

An interesting entry has been spotted in the latest AMD Linux GPU driver. It calls for "Vega 20" with six new device IDs. As we talked about before "Vega 20" is rumored to be an optical die shrink of the current "Vega 10" GPU to a newer process, either 12 m, 10nm, or even 7nm.

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ThinkComputers Podcast #132

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our four reviews this week, NVIDIA's GeForce Partner Program being anti-competitive, the Ryzen refresh, Google banning all cryptocurrency ads and more!

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Is NVIDIA’s GeForce Partner Program Anti-Competitive?

A recent report from Kyle Bennet over at HardOCP has found some very interesting information about NVIDIA's new GeForce Partner Program. What is the GeForce Partner Program? You can read NVIDIA's own blog post about the program, but the whole idea behind the program is to, "ensure that gamers have full transparency into the GPU platform and software they’re being sold, and can confidently select products that carry the NVIDIA GeForce promise." This all sounds great, but when Kyle was approached by AMD to take a closer look into NVIDIA's GPP he found evidence that this new program aims to push board partners to not release products from other manufacturers, mainly AMD.

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ASRock To Enter The Graphics Card Market

According to a report by DigiTimes, ASRock could enter the graphics card market. The company is reportedly very interested in the GPU-accelerated crypto-currency mining boom, and is looking to develop a graphics card line that will more than likely be completely based off AMD Radeon graphics processors. As I'm sure many of you know AMD Radeon GPUs are typically more efficient when it comes to crypto-mining.

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85% Of Steam Users Have NVIDIA Graphics Cards

Each month Steam releases their Hardware & Software survey and it is always interesting to look at the results, especially to see what graphics cards are being used. Looking at the results from the February NVIDIA dominates gamers' PCs with a massive 85.3% of Steam users rocking NVIDIA graphics cards, while just 8.9% are using AMD cards.

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