AMD's latest Ryzen Mobile 4000 U-series chips are set to hit the market in April. We recently spent time with AMD to see how these chips will beat Intel's 10th Gen U-series for performance and battery life. Before we review AMD's latest chip, let's see what it is promising with its Ryzen 7 4800U, and Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 CPUs.
AMD has struggled to compete against Intel in the mobile space for years, only being able to sell CPUs for less capable notebooks in the affordable segment. This all changes with the new Ryzen 4000 series CPUs, including the notable Ryzen 9 4900H.
Is AMD's current cheapest new-generation graphics card, the RX 5500 XT, actually worth getting if you're building a budget gaming PC? Assuming you're aware of the limitations, absolutely. Here's what you need to know.
Researchers published details of two new types of attacks that can affect AMD processors from 2011-2019. The attacks, called Collide+Probe and Load+Reload could be exploited in the wild, according to researchers.
Intel didn't have a great 2019 and AMD doesn't look as though it's slowing down any time soon. With the pushback of 10nm for Intel processors to the tail end of 2021, just how is Intel going to hold out against AMD's push?
A spotted Geekbench score shows AMD's Ryzen 5 4500U outperforming Intel's Core i7-10710U. AMD brought heavy competition to Intel with its desktop line of processors and looks like it will do the same for laptops with its upcoming lineup.
AMD sits atop NVIDIA in terms of GPU market share, according to a new report. AMD reportedly increased its GPU shipments by 22.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2020, allowing them to sit above NVIDIA.
Early reports that certain operating systems, namely Windows 10 Pro and Linux, would negatively affect performance of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X. AMD states this simply isn't true, and that you're existing OS should be fine.
Crysis was the benchmark for top-tier gaming graphics for a significant amount of years, and it's making a re-emergence in 2020 with the advent of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, which is the first CPU to ever have enough horsepower to run Crysis without a dedicated GPU.
The new AMD Threadripper 3990X has so many cores that Windows 10 Pro splits it into two separate processor groups. Windows 10 Pro works with up to 128 threads but splits them into two groups of 64 threads. You'll need a different version of Windows to take advantage of all of the CPU's threads.
An industry analyst predicts AMD chips to reach the mid-20s in market share. AMD continues to grow in market share across several areas, and its upcoming Ryzen 4000 chips could help move it further forward.
AMD announced a pair of new GPUs for workstations. AMD built the cards to meet the demands of designers, architects, engineers, and construction professionals. The more powerful of the two new cards reaches up to 5.35 teraflops.