Tribes: Ascend Tested, Benchmarked

(Credit: AMD) With Intel's new Ivy Bridge third-generation Core i-series CPUs dominating the PC component discussion this week (or really, the last several months), it would be easy to miss today's announcement from AMD about new GPU parts. AMD's Radeon graphics line, formerly branded under the ATI name, is found in many high-end laptops, including HP's Envy line and Apple's MacBook Pro. The current HD7000 series is now being expanded to include the HD7700M, 7800M, and 7900M. Related stories Intel chip tests surface ahead of Apple, Windows laptops Before move to AMD, Intel engineer stole documents AMD unveils new chip for Web hosting AMD to acquire microserver vendor SeaMicro--a user of Intel chips How the two flavors of Windows 8 will be different AMD promises several new feat... [Read more]Related Links:Intel chip tests surface ahead of Apple, Windows laptopsIntel Ivy Bridge chip imminent, quad-core firstA quad-core Windows 8 laptop more ultra than an ultrabook?First Intel Ivy Bridge launch expected

Tribes: Ascend Tested, Benchmarked

Most of our game performance reviews feature triple-A blockbusters, but we're changing pace for this write-up as we examine Tribes: Ascend, a free-to-play shooter released by Hi-Rez Studios ...

Tue 24 Apr 12 from Techspot

AMD drops Windows 8 support for Radeon HD 4000 and older

Alongside recent news that AMD is dropping official legacy card support for Linux, it appears that AMD will also be dropping support for aging Radeon products in Windows 8. Although the next ...

Tue 24 Apr 12 from Techspot

AMD intros Radeon HD 7700M, 7800M, 7900M mobile GPUs

Following up from the release of its next-generation desktop GPUs earlier this year, AMD is now bringing its 28nm GCN (Graphics Core Next) architecture to notebooks with three new series arriving ...

Tue 24 Apr 12 from Techspot

AMD moves to 28nm for mobile Radeon GPUs

Yesterday, the big news in the world of processors was Intel’s launch of the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. As well as promising a 20% performance gain coupled with a 20% decrease in energy ...

Tue 24 Apr 12 from Geek.com

Ivy Bridge: Intel’s killing blow on AMD

Intel has dominated AMD on the desktop for years -- and now, with Ivy Bridge, it beats AMD on mobile.

Tue 24 Apr 12 from Extremetech

AMD Trinity and Brazos 2.0 APUs ship to OEMs, launching this quarter

AMD has confirmed that its next-generation accelerated processing units (APUs) under the A-Series "Trinity" and E/C-Series "Brazos 2.0" lines, have begun shipping to device manufacturers and ...

Fri 20 Apr 12 from Techspot

AMD adds new mobile graphics chips: Radeon 7700, 7800, 7900

(Credit: AMD) With Intel's new Ivy Bridge third-generation Core i-series CPUs dominating the PC component discussion this week (or really, the last several months), it would be easy to miss ...

Tue 24 Apr 12 from CNET Crave

AMD London: new notebook graphics chips revealed

AMD has launched its new notebook graphics series, codenamed London. The three different chips are codenamed after several areas of London - the odd combination of Heathrow, Chelsea and Wimbledon. ...

Tue 24 Apr 12 from Techradar

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