Since the showing of the Ryzen 3000 series processor containing a single 8-core compute chiplet during AMD’s CES 2019 keynote, everybody and their dog was certain that one day, AMD will release a 16-core Ryzen processor. Many of us expected that this would happen during the recent Computex keynote, but only a 12-core part was […]
In an exclusive interview with tech magazine Wired, Sony’s Playstation systems architect Mark Cerny spills some beans about Sony’s upcoming game console. For starters, the new addition to the Playstation family will contain a custom Ryzen 3rd generation cpu (Zen 2) and a Navi gpu. While the switch to a Zen based cpu was already […]
During today’s CES 2019 keynote, Lisa Su’s presented the Radeon VII, the successor to AMD’s current top performing video card, the Vega 64. The new card is aptly named Radeon VII, as reference to it being the first card to be produced on a 7 nm process.
Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today that sales of the renowned PlayStation 4 have surpassed the 94 million mark. This means that Sony has sold a whopping 5.6 million units in the 2018 holiday season globally.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe engineer was spotted spending time to clean up and improve the “znver1” AMD first generation Zen support in the LLVM compiler. A compiler turns human readable programming code into executable binaries which users can actually run.
The newly announced VCS is Atari’s re-entry into the gaming console market and will be inspired by the blockbuster Atari 2600 console from the 1980s. The new console is a completely new connected gaming device, designed in California by Atari and powered by AMD.
According to entries in the 3DMark database, a lot can be expected from AMD’s next-gen Vega 20 based graphic card offerings.