Video Cards

AMD Radeon 8970 Pictured?

Hardcoreware discusses a picture of a supposed Radeon HD 8970 that is the exact same specs as the 7970 apparently.

 

I can see why this type of thing has people excited. AMD have already said that they will not be releasing new silicon this year, and we recently saw Nvidia shake things up with the 700 series, which was for the most part a shuffle and rebrand of the 600 series using the same cores. Most people expecting AMD to do the same would assume that the model numbers will be similarly modified. The Radeon 7970 being replaced by a Radeon 8970, and so on.

Battlefield 4 Optimized For Radeon, AMD APUs, FX

AMD has announced via Facebook that Battlefield 4 will be optimized exclusively for AMD hardware.  As the only all AMD gaming center in the US here at Game Republik, I'm ok with that.

 

Today we're proud to announce that Battlefield 4 will be exclusively optimized for AMD Radeon GPUs, AMD A-Series APUs and AMD FX CPUs! AMD, EA and Dice have collaborated to ensure Frostbite 3-based titles like Battlefield 4 look and run their best on AMD hardware. If you’re at E3, you could be one of the first to try Battlefield 4 multiplayer on the AMD-powered systems at EA’s booth in the South Hall!

AMD To Release Volcanic Islands GPU This Year

Rage 3D talks to AMD here in Austin at their campus, and were told that they were going to release Volcanic Islands GPUs later this year.

 

The next generation of graphics cards -- Volcanic Islands -- is coming this year and shaping up nicely. When you name products after places, it leads to interesting thoughts about where to hold events surrounding that namesake product. Typically places that are cheap to get travel to internationally for a worldwide congregation are preferred, so I'm off to renew my passport on the off chance I'm headed to Reykjavik later this summer. But I sure as hell wouldn't complain about being sent to Honolulu, either.

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AMD Blog: Adobe Premiere Pro with Real-Time editing and Finishing

Clarice Simmons of AMD blogs on the announcement from NAB with Adobe.

 

Today at the National Association of Broadcasters tradeshow (NAB), AMD announced a collaboration with Adobe to deliver OpenCL™ powered hardware-accelerated for the first time on the Microsoft Windows platform with the next version of Adobe® Premiere® Pro. This is a true demonstration of how AMD enables partner ecosystems with cross-platform open standards and empowers them to amplify experiences for creative users everywhere. What’s more, Adobe’s support for OpenCL™ means that the leading video production and editing tools are optimized to take full advantage of a wider range of hardware – namely, AMD’s APUs and GPUs – bringing the power to create to more users and more PC form factors everywhere. Take a minute to think about that. The next version of Adobe® Premiere® Pro, accelerated by OpenCL™, will efficiently harness the compute power of AMD APU’s and graphics products to do real-time editing. In addition, it will be up to 4.3X faster exports from a source format with effects to a preferred final destination format for quick and easy distribution and publishing*.

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