Warcraft III: Reforged is finally here to take players back to some of the biggest battles in the history of Azeroth. On its launch day, AMD has released a day-one driver update to add support for the game for Radeon graphics cards.
To coincide with the launch of the launch of its new Radeon RX 5600 XT, AMD has rolled out a fresh set of drivers. The update adds support for the new graphics card and brings a slew of bug fixes to the table.
It's no secret that AMD and NVIDIA want to one-up each other when it comes to graphics cards (GPU). Recently, a mystery benchmark was spotted on OpenVR Benchmarks which pegged an AMD Radeon GPU at 103.32 when running the HTC Vive headset at 90 Hz. This even beats the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
Intel enjoyed a relatively quiet five years of no competition in the processor space from AMD, but with the release of Ryzen in 2017, things started to go south for team blue. We look at how AMD managed to claw its way back into the fight against Intel.
AMD launched the Radeon RX 550 XT GPU today. The new GPU aims to deliver solid 1080p gaming without breaking the bank. It's built on AMD's RDNA graphics architecture, which allows you to customize and boost your gaming performance.
AMD unveiled the latest update to its Radeon Software suite today, and it's a major upgrade. The exhaustively named Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition features a new look and several new features for Radeon fans to take advantage of.
If you're looking to build a budget gaming PC, the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G might just be the smartest investment you can make. For $150 you can dip your toes in the PC gaming world, have a great time and you don't even need a graphics card. Find out why in our full review.
AMD added to its third-gen Ryzen portfolio today with a pair of new processors. Available only for PC manufacturers, the new Ryzen 9 3900 will be available worldwide, while the Ryzen 5 3500X will be available in China.
The rumor mill points to Microsoft potentially launching a 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 at next week's Surface event. Even more, it's rumored to include AMD processors. But the question is: why is that a good thing?