Last week, I spent some time with AMD in Warsaw, Poland with the intention of finding out what's going on inside the newly-crowned platform company. The three elements that make up the Spider's web were the talk of the town, but I left somewhat disappointed.
Phenom may not be here quite yet, but MSI is already lining up its 790FX board: the K9A2 Platinum. It supports QuadFire and AM2+.
Can't afford a new quad-core processor but your current dual-core just isn't enough for you? Well AMD is covering all of your bases with the introduction of triple-core Phenom processors.
AMD hopes to increase the performance of future x86 based processors with the introduction of SSE5 on its "Bulldozer" line of CPU cores in 2009.
AMD has semi-publicly demonstrated the world's first GPU with native DisplayPort support at VESA's PlugTest event in California.
AMD is going for a modular system when making its CPUs in the future, with new cores named "Bulldozer" and "Bobcat".
Sandtiger is the new core name for the Opteron AMD intends to arrive in 2009. We also get some more details on the 45nm Shanghai core as well.
Sources inside Taiwanese motherboard makers claim that AMD's Phenom processor is delayed until next year. AMD has rubbished the speculation.
AMD today announced that its "native" quad core CPU, codenamed Barcelona, will start arriving on shelves in August.
COMPUTEX 2007: We managed to sneak a photo of AMD's upcoming RD790 chipset.
COMPUTEX 2007: With AMD's RD790 chipset closer than you think, Gigabyte (among others) expects it to launch soon with quad CrossFire not far behind.
AMD has shared some details with us on its upcoming native quad core "Barcelona" processor. With it comes a new name: Phenom. We delve into the depths of the new architecture to see what improvements have been shoehorned into the new silicon.