For Prime Day day two, AMD has really got the big guns out. How does a $400 saving on a 16-core, 32-thread Threadripper sound? If you're in the market to build a new workstation, you can't ignore this.
AMD's latest CPUs will fit right in with your Razer accessories if you pick one up. The new Wraith Prism fans that come with the 3rd Gen Ryzen 7 and 9 chips sport Razer Chroma RGB lighting, allowing them to sync up with the rest of your Razer kit.
AMD's Vega graphics cards were never really bad, but they've always been hard to recommend based on various factors. But with the next generation now inbound, some Vega 56 and Vega 64 cards are starting to appear for really low prices. And that makes them a great buy all of a sudden, especially for those on tighter budgets.
If a new AMD Radeon graphics card or Ryzen CPU is on your shopping list, you'll be able to score some free Xbox Game Pass time, too. AMD is handing out a free three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC with the purchase of qualifying Radon cards and Ryzen chips starting today.
AMD unveiled the new Radeon Pro WX 3200, its latest workstation graphics card built to tackle tasks from industries ranging from construction to engineering and manufacturing. A low-profile card, the Radeon Pro WX 3200 is built to fit in a large range of workstation PCs.
Having announced the availability of the RX 5700 XT Anniversary Edition at E3 2019, AMD has been a little quiet on exactly where you'd be able to buy it. Since it's an AMD.com exclusive, reports emerged it would be exclusive to NA and China. But, responding to the reports on Reddit, AMD's Communications Director has given hope to Europeans at least.
After announcing at its E3 2019 press event that it would be offering 3-months of Xbox Game Pass PC for free with purchases of the RX 5700, AMD has pushed out new drivers for its Radeon graphics that get you ready for the program and the new app. Grab them now through the Radeon app or directly from AMD's website.
AMD wowed the world at Computex last month with the announcement of the Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs and the first details on its Navi GPUs. Fast forward to E3 2019 and the company went full beast mode with the announcement of the 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen 9 2950X due to launch in September.