Today, AMD officially made the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X available as a seriously high-end desktop processor. Along with that, System76 jumped in right away to give it as an option on their powerful Thelio Major.
Community support for Unreal Tournament was able to breath some new life into the game, even with the limitations of the closed binary. By 2018 however the game was no longer launching for Mesa users. For an engine with such a pedigree on Linux this outcome is still disappointing.
Two big bits of AMD news to share with you this morning, as they appear to be going from strength to strength as a company.
Today, The Khronos Group has released the next big update the Vulkan graphics API specification with Vulkan 1.2 now available.
Announced just now during CES 2020, AMD have revealed their Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics cards aimed at being the "ultimate 1080p gaming experience".
Thanks to an open source project, you can now quite easily adjust the colouring on the fan of the AMD Wraith Prism RGB cooler.
Powered by AMD's newer 7nm RDNA architecture, the Radeon RX 5500 XT originally announced in October is now available aimed at the 1080p PC gaming market.
Lacklustre Linux sales and internal restructuring appear to have taken Frozenbyte out of the Linux market for good, and with even their old games struggling to run well on the Mesa graphics stack, it marks a sad end to a series that once provided so much colour to our platform.
Today, AMD announced when you will be able to get your hands on their third-generation Threadripper processors if you're after a crazy amount of cores. On top of a new 16 core flagship Ryzen 9.
Things seem to be going quite well for AMD lately, as they just posted up their financial results for Q3 and thanks to 7nm Ryzen, Radeon and EPYC processor sales they're looking good.
AMD have now formally lifted the lid on their next GPU with the announcement of the Radeon RX 5500 coming later this year.
Today, AMD sent out a brief statement about a delay in their 16 core Ryzen 9 3950X and the 3rd generation Threadripper.
The Valve-funded shader compiler 'ACO' is being queued up for inclusion in Mesa directly (updated: merged)
Back in early July, Valve announced their work on a new AMD GPU shader compiler for Mesa named ACO and now they're trying to get it pulled into Mesa directly. UPDATED.
The world of 7nm is here, as AMD have today released their new GPU and CPU series with the Radeon RX 5700 and Ryzen 3000.
Valve developer Pierre-Loup Griffais mentioned on Twitter, about a new Mesa shader compiler for AMD graphics named "ACO" and they're calling for testers.
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