I’m going to start off this post a little differently tonight. Since our DX12 Ashes of the Singularity article back in October, I have been looking for an opportunity to do a bit of deep analysis on the current state of SLI, Crossfire, and Alternate Frame Rendering technology. I had expected that chance to come along when AMD launched their dual-GPU Fiji card in 2015. However as AMD is now confirming the card is not launching this year, clearly things have changed. Instead we’re now looking at a 2016 launch for that card, and in light of AMD publicly commenting on the fact that they are going to be focused on VR with the card, now is probably the best time to have that...
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Having launched last week and being reviewed today is AMD’s Radeon R9 Fury X, the company’s new flagship single-GPU video card. Featuring a fully enabled Fiji GPU, the R9...458 by Ryan Smith on 7/2/2015
Earlier this week AMD held their 2015 GPU product showcase, dubbed “The New Era of PC Gaming.” As the latest stage in AMD’s master plan, AMD held a public...290 by Ryan Smith on 6/18/2015
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