Yes, you guessed it: another possible future processor technology. This time it's the stuff in pencils rather than the stuff that comes out of torches that'll save us all.
AMD has announced that it's developed a new memory technology called G3 Memory Extender that allows for higher memory capacities in Opteron-based machines.
Sources close to AMD have suggested that the company's future 45nm socket AM3 CPUs will work in current socket AM2 motherboards.
Are you looking forward to the new Intel price cuts happening on the 22nd? Yeah, we thought so - but don't look for more from AMD just yet.
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.
Yesterday morning, AMD announced what is probably its final member of the K8 family. The Athlon 64 X2 6000+ is AMD's first socket AM2 processor to break through the 3GHz barrier. In the wake of AMD's latest round of price cuts, the X2 6000+ has an attractive price, but does that make it a good buy?
Well-known as a gamer's best friend, AMD chips have dominated the enthusiast sector for quite a while now. AMD is now moving the Athlon 64 to a new platform, called AM2, with a new line of chips and a DDR2 memory controller. How do the new chips line up against the old - and against Intel's Core Duo?