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AMD CrossFire 4K Fix Coming Fall
Thursday, 26 September 2013 18:49
Tech Report has word from AMD's Raja Koduri on the 4K issues with CrossFire.
In our talk, Koduri acknowledged that the frame delivery issues with CrossFire were "unfortunate," and he expressed a desire to make things right. Koduri told me AMD is working on a fix for CrossFire and single-large-surface display configurations, like Eyefinity and tiled 4K monitors, for current Radeon graphics cards. He said AMD plans to deliver a driver with the fix this fall.
New GPU 14 Livestream
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 13:29
AMD has a new Livestream that is actually live here! The lights are down so something should happen soon.
AMD Radeon R9 290X Sneak Peek
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 13:22
Hot Hardware has a sneak peek at the new AMD Radeon R9 290X.
We’re attending AMD’s GPU14 Tech Day Event currently taking place in Hawaii and have some interesting pictures to show you. During a dinner event last night at the Missouri Battleship Museum (which is freakin’ awesome BTW), AMD’s Matt Skynner and Chris Hook quickly took turns holding up a graphics card for the audience, which turned out to be the upcoming Radeon R9 290X.
AMD GPU14 Broadcast Live
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 13:06
AMD's GPU 14 broad cast is live. Check out all the nerds here. I'll be covering it from here at Game Republik here in Austin. I'm most eager to hear about Battlefield 4 promotions.
AMD Hawaii GPU Benchmarks and Pictures?
Tuesday, 24 September 2013 18:33
BSN has possible pictures and benchmarks of AMD's Hawaii GPU.
Looking at the full PCB, you can tell that this thing has 8+6 pin power connectivity, which would put the maximum power draw of such a card at 300w, while the card itself may never draw as much. Additionally, looking at the number of GDDR5 chips, you can see that there are in fact 16 of them, which would lead one to conclude that this GPU will likely come in 4GB and 8GB flavors and would also mean that it should theoretically feature a 512-bit memory interface. All of this should fare pretty strongly in AMD's favor as it would enable some incredible memory bandwidth if true.
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