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The Radeon RX 490 is listed on an online retailer, and could be revealed soon

An unannounced Radeon RX 490 graphics card is now listed on an online retail site with a launch window of the second half of 2016. There's a good chance AMD will reveal the card during its New Horizon public event scheduled for December 13.
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AMD is sneaking in another ‘Zen’ demo ahead of Intel’s desktop CPU launch

AMD now provides means for signing up for its upcoming "New Horizon" event, which will offer demos of its Zen-based Summit Ridge processor to the public. The event will take place on December 13 in Austin, Texas, and live-streamed as well.
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AMD’s new Radeon graphics driver preps PC gamers for ‘Watch Dogs 2,’ more

On Monday, AMD launched a new Radeon Software Crimson Edition driver optimized for Watch Dogs 2, which hits the PC on Tuesday. The new driver also resolves issues related to two games: The Division and Battlefield 1.
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Specs for Intel’s unlocked Core i3 processor leak– and they’re impressive

Following a price list leak, it appears that specs and Geekbench scores for Intel’s upcoming seventh-generation Core i3 processors might have hit the web ahead of the processor’s official unveiling.
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Intel vs. AMD: Which brand of CPU should you choose when building a PC?

When it comes to selecting a CPU for your PC, there's no shortage of chips for you to choose from. Here, we explain the basic differences between what AMD and Intel generally offer with their processors.
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AMD may launch next-generation Zen processors on January 17

If rumors are to be believed, when AMD's Zen architecture arrives next year, it could offer some real competition to Intel at the top end of the desktop CPU game. Its high-end hardware is said to be able to beat out top Core-i7 chips.
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AMD outs a new driver optimized for 'Civilization VI,' fixes 'Titanfall 2' bug

AMD released a new driver for its Radeon graphics cards that is optimized for Sid Meier’s 'Civilization VI' on PC and fixes an issue with 'Titanfall 2.' Another fix focuses on a bug that caused H.264 content playback issues in web…
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Upgrade your gaming rig with our favorite graphics cards for every budget

There’s no one-size-fits-all option for graphics cards, but our recommendations can help you pick a video card that takes you from stutters and stalls to PC gaming glory.
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AMD puts out a new optimized Radeon driver ahead of ‘Dishonored 2’ launch

AMD released its Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.3 graphics driver optimized for 'Dishonored 2,' which hits store shelves Friday, November 11. The driver also addresses an issue with unplugging XConnect devices with Steam running.
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AMD looks to conquer your workstation with its latest RX-series cards

AMD proves small GPUs can still work with big applications by releasing a trio of professional GPUs that sip power and only take up a single slot. These workstation cards target pros that need serious GPU compute power.
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AMD drops Radeon Software Crimson Edition V. 16.11.1 with 'Call of Duty' support

AMD is releasing the newest version of their Radeon Software Crimson Edition drivers, bringing the software to version 16.11.1 with support for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and a host of fixes and improvements.
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Zotac outs a mini-PC for VR gaming packed with an AMD Radeon RX 480

Zotac introduced the Magnus ERX480, a miniature PC packed with AMD's recent Radeon RX 480 graphics chip for VR gaming. It also includes a sixth-generation Intel CPU and resembles a gaming console, fitting perfectly in any living room.