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Yes, E3 2016 is most definitely underway, and AMD and Alienware are in the mix in the big way.These cards are going to transform PC gaming this summer, giving gamers enthusiast class performance and features for gamers at mainstream price points.

Leaked roadmap shows AMD launching 17 Ryzen CPUs for enthusiasts and businesses

Leaked roadmap shows AMD launching 17 Ryzen CPUs for enthusiasts and businesses The first wave of AMD’s new Ryzen processors are expected to become available at the beginning of March for system builders and boutique PC vendors.All we’ve seen thus far is the eight-core sample used in demos, but now we have a supposed leaked list of 17 Ryzen processors AMD intends to introduce this year.

Pre-order listing shows AMD’s Ryzen desktop CPUs may roll out this month

Pre-order listing shows AMD’s Ryzen desktop CPUs may roll out this month The date was discovered through AMD Shanghai’s Taobao distribution channel, allowing customers to pre-order the listed chip for $295.However, the eight-core Ryzen processor sample on display during January’s CES 2017 tech convention had a base speed of 3.

AMD’s Ryzen desktop processor box art, details, and pricing leak before launch

AMD’s Ryzen desktop processor box art, details, and pricing leak before launch Not only did the box art briefly appear online via computer retailer Centralpoint, but the details and prices of all 17 Ryzen chips were posted as well.For the uninitiated, the new Ryzen processors will only work on motherboards with AMD’s new AM4 socket and one of the following chipsets: X370, B350, A320, X300, and A300.

Ryzen proves the PC industry can no longer ignore AMD’s comeback

Ryzen proves the PC industry can no longer ignore AMD’s comeback That’s just one of a few reasons why AMD’s new Ryzen chips have been riding a massive amount of hype on the path to release.More: Our full review of the Ryzen 7 1800X Instead of chasing the same price points already dominated by Intel, AMD focused on the sub-$200 market.

AMD’s Vega graphics chip appears on CompuBench as its launch nears

AMD’s Vega graphics chip appears on CompuBench as its launch nears In AMD’s Graphics Core Next design, the company groups 64 stream processors into one compute unit, thus the upcoming Vega chip will have 4,096 stream processors.More: AMD’s upcoming Vega-based graphics cards will be called Radeon RX Vega That said, the more stream processors, the better.

Testing shows Nvdia’s GeForce GTX 1060 outperforming AMD’s Radeon RX 480

Testing shows Nvdia’s GeForce GTX 1060 outperforming AMD’s Radeon RX 480 Now that Oculus VR and Facebook have reduced the price of the Oculus Rift, customers have a more affordable option of diving into virtual reality.Two affordable options include Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB of on-board memory ($300) and AMD’s Radeon RX 480 card with 8GB of onboard memory ($250).

AMD rumored to be working on a 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen CPU due later this year

AMD rumored to be working on a 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen CPU due later this year Their release is said to be several months away, so it may not be long before AMD reveals a 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen CPU with support for quad-channel DDR4 memory.Although AMD’s Ryzen CPUs have received some criticism for their single-core performance and gaming ability, they have excelled in applications and settings where the full power of their many cores and threads can be utilized.

AMD announces plans to break Nvidia’s grip on the notebook GPU market

AMD announces plans to break Nvidia’s grip on the notebook GPU market At the AMD Tech Summit in Beijing this weekend, AMD vice president Scott Herkelman took the stage to discuss the upcoming Vega-powered graphics cards.While we didn’t get a release date, Herkelman did discuss AMD’s plans to stay competitive in the notebook GPU market.