AMD's Ryzen event didn't just focus on its own hardware. The company also talked about its work with partners, including enthusiast system builders that design high-end rigs. Take a look at these hot new Ryzen-powered desktops.
AMD's much anticipated Ryzen processor is available for pre-order, and close to launch. We checked out performance demos at AMD's launch event for an early glimpse at its performance. Intel may have reason to be worried.
Images of the upcoming Ryzen 7 1700X desktop processor from AMD have arrived, comparing the new chip to an older FX-branded model. The CPU-Z details of this specific chip were released, along with its Cinebench R15 results.
AMD is holding its "Capsaicin and Cream" event during the 2017 Game Developers Conference, where it might talk about its upcoming Vega GPUs. Now, Nvidia has announced its own event the same day to talk about its Geforce GTX line of GPUs.
An online computer retailer briefly listed all 17 Ryzen desktop processors ahead of their early March launch window along with AMD's box art. Backing previous leaks, the listings show the processors selling between $199 and $499.
A recent Passmark benchmark shows AMD's unannounced Ryzen R7 1700X desktop processor compared with two $1,000 Intel Core high-end processors. In five out of eight tests, AMD's new Ryzen processor outperformed the competition.
AMD just released the latest version of its Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition software, offering a number of important fixes and enhancements. For Honor and Sniper Elite 4 received performance optimizations and multi-GPU support.
Microprocessor guru David Kanter has a report that digs into the technical details of AMD's new Zen processor architecture and Ryzen CPUs. While the report is from August, a video brings the information up to date.