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AMD slashes prices on select A-series desktop APUs

"Advanced Micro Devices this week quietly updated its official price-list and published the new prices of its A-series accelerated processing units. In addition to updating its official price-list, AMD also notified several web-sites about price-cuts on low-end models not listed at the company’s web-site.

AMD wants Mantle on Linux

"AMD is planning to bring its new Mantle API to Linux in the near future. Although Linux is not a big gaming platform at the moment, SteamOS could change all that starting next year. AMD’s Richard Huddy says the decision was prompted by requests from developers who would like to see Mantle on Linux. However, he stopped short of specifying a launch date. Huddy confirmed that AMD plans to dedicate resources to bringing Mantle to Linux, but other than that we don’t have much to go on." [Read More]

Fast, but compromised: Gigabyte’s AMD-powered mini gaming PC reviewed

"Mini desktops are a growing market, but so far it's a market that Intel has had the run of. The company's own "Next Unit of Computing" (NUC) and efforts like Gigabyte's Brix Pro are diminutive but much more capable than the wimpy "nettops" of yesteryear... Now it's time for AMD to get in on the fun. The company sent us two Gigabyte mini PCs that are roughly the same size as the Intel versions, but these machines use AMD A8 chips instead of Intel ones.

 
 
 

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HIS R7 240 & 250 iCooler Boost Clock Video Cards rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The HIS R7 240 & 250 iCooler Boost Clock Video Cards are entry level, but they still offer a lot of features and technologies. While these video cards won't impress gamers, they would be perfect for a HTPC build or a basic multiple video card setup. The core speed on the R7 240 is 730MHz and the 2GB of DDR3 128 bit memory is 1.8GHz DDR. The core speed on the R7 250 is 1000MHz and the 1GB of GDDR5 128 bit memory is 4.6GHz DDR.


 

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The HIS HD 7790 iCooler Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is the perfect option if you're a gamer on a tight budget. The core speed on this product is 1075MHz and the 1GB of GDDR5 128 bit memory is 6.4GHz DDR. It comes with 896 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 56 texture units and 16 raster operators. The pixel fillrate is 17.2 Gpixels/s, the texture fillrate is 60.2 GTexels/s and the memory bandwidth is 102 GB/s.


 

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