AMD Sued For Bulldozer CPU Core Count

Rubric: AMD | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
AMD Sued For Bulldozer CPU Core Count

AMD sued over allegedly misleading Bulldozer core count. The class-action lawsuit, filed on 26 October in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, claims that the Bulldozer CPU does not have eight cores as advertised, and uses four cores for processing on a system. Further, it alleges that the CPU model is suffering from “material performance degradation” and cannot simultaneously use eight cores at the same time. AMD brought the “Clustered Integer Core” micro-architecture to Bulldozer CPU that works as a dual-core CPU, despite having a single-core structure. Unlike hyper-threading technology on Intel CPUs, AMD’s Bulldozer has “module” design that makes multiple ...

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Lawsuit alleges AMD misled buyers on Bulldozer core count

Rubric: AMD | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Lawsuit alleges AMD misled buyers on Bulldozer core count

AMD Gives Tough Competition to Intel, Once Again! Zen Processor Meets Internal Expectations!. AMD brought the “Clustered Integer Core” micro-architecture to Bulldozer CPU that works as a dual-core CPU, despite having a single-core structure.While it’s common for chipmakers to overstate how fast their processors can go, much like automakers often advertised inflated performance and mileage figures, this is quite an unusual – and hairy – situation for one of the leaders in the chip space.Chip-maker AMD has been struck by a class action lawsuit, after it was revealed that they falsely advertised the number of cores in their Bulldozer processor range. AMD is all set to release yet another ...

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AMD Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Number Of Chips In Bulldozer-based CPU

Rubric: AMD | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
AMD Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Number Of Chips In Bulldozer-based CPU

AMD Gives Tough Competition to Intel, Once Again! Zen Processor Meets Internal Expectations!. While it’s common for chipmakers to overstate how fast their processors can go, much like automakers often advertised inflated performance and mileage figures, this is quite an unusual – and hairy – situation for one of the leaders in the chip space.Chip-maker AMD has been struck by a class action lawsuit, after it was revealed that they falsely advertised the number of cores in their Bulldozer processor range.AMD is all set to release yet another major CPU architecture which is sure to provide a blow to intel’s high performing processors which are currently enjoying an elite position in the ...

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Lawsuit claims AMD lied about the number of cores in its chips

Rubric: AMD | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Lawsuit claims AMD lied about the number of cores in its chips

AMD Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Allegedly Misleading with the Core Count of Bulldozer Processors. AMD is all set to release yet another major CPU architecture which is sure to provide a blow to intel’s high performing processors which are currently enjoying an elite position in the market.A new class-action lawsuit against AMD is arguing that the company engaged in fraud and deceptive marketing when it claimed that its Bulldozer processors had eight cores.It would seem like AMD cant get a break, because it is now facing a class-action lawsuit for misrepresentation of the core count of Bulldozer family of processors (via LegalNewsline).AMD is gearing up for a busy 2016 with a fresh range ...

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Adios, Catalyst: Meet Radeon Software Crimson, AMD’s slick new software hub

Rubric: AMD | 2 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Adios, Catalyst: Meet Radeon Software Crimson, AMD’s slick new software hub

AMD Radeon Software Crimson announced, replaces CCC. Advanced Micro Devices formed a stand-alone graphics chip division, Radeon Technologies Group, to better focus on all things graphics. Now it is launching new software, dubbed Radeon Software Crimson, that will effectively be a “mini operating system for graphics” on your home PC. RTG today declared that software is as important as hardware, and has followed through on a new design philosophy to provide; an enjoyable, fast and fun EXPERIENCE, simple, powerful and modern FORM, and intuitive, innovative and interactive FUNCTION. Fronted by Raja Koduri, a veteran of both AMD (and formerly ATI) and graphics engineering generally, the aim of ...

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Is AMD designing Nintendo’s next-generation NX console?

Rubric: AMD | 18 Jul 2015 | no comments yet »
Is AMD designing Nintendo’s next-generation NX console?

“Devil’s Third” first impressions. Yesterday, on AMD’s conference call, CEO Lisa Su announced that the company had recently added a new embedded design win to its portfolio, though without a firm date on when the company might recognize revenue from the win. Nintendo has already partnered with AMD for the GPU in the WiiU, so rumours that their next console could have an AMD processor isn’t so far fetched.Apparently, AMD claims that its current financial position is caused by the general hit the PC markets took these recent months as PC components have just hit a new low in shipments across the world.Recent reports indicate Nintendo (OTCMKTS: NTDOY) and AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) are ...

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AMD Announces New GPUs Including Flagship Radeon R9 Fury With High …

Rubric: AMD | 17 Jun 2015 | no comments yet »
AMD Announces New GPUs Including Flagship Radeon R9 Fury With High …

AMD Radeon R9 Fury graphics card offers High-Bandwidth Memory on-chip. In a bid to steal the show at E3 gaming conference in LA this week, the graphics chip firm unveiled three Radeon card families that it said will bring higher resolutions, smoother gameplay, and support for advanced APIs like DirectX 12, Open GL 4.5 and Vulkan. AMD has unveiled their next-gen graphics cards based on the R9 and R7 300 series graphics hardware containing new technologies like High Bandwidth Memory (HBM). The first of the bunch is the Radeon R9 Fury series graphics card, which is touted at being “the most advanced and innovative GPU ever created” and aimed at the gaming-enthusiast market. To be clear, ...

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AMD Radeon R9 Fury graphics card offers High-Bandwidth Memory on-chip

Rubric: AMD | 17 Jun 2015 | no comments yet »
AMD Radeon R9 Fury graphics card offers High-Bandwidth Memory on-chip

AMD Just Announced Their Own Compact Gaming PC: Meet Project Quantum. AMD has unveiled their next-gen graphics cards based on the R9 and R7 300 series graphics hardware containing new technologies like High Bandwidth Memory (HBM). During AMD’s “New Era of PC Gaming” presentation this morning, AMD President & CEO President Lisa Su took the stage to discuss something a bit surprising: An entirely new class of compact PC designed in-house called “Project Quantum.” “When I think about AMD, what do we stand for? These cards are aimed at facilitating better experiences in PC gaming such as higher-resolution gameplay, smoother VR experiences and support for newer graphics APIs such ...

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AMD launches Radeon R9 Fury, R9 300 and R7 300 series graphics cards

Rubric: AMD | 17 Jun 2015 | no comments yet »
AMD launches Radeon R9 Fury, R9 300 and R7 300 series graphics cards

AMD Launches New Radeon 300 Series Graphics Card Lineup, Fury X And Project Quantum At E3. With the E3 underway in the US, gaming companies are aggressively launching new products. AMD has unveiled their next-gen graphics cards based on the R9 and R7 300 series graphics hardware containing new technologies like High Bandwidth Memory (HBM). These cards are aimed at facilitating better experiences in PC gaming such as higher-resolution gameplay, smoother VR experiences and support for newer graphics APIs such as DirectX 12 and Vulkan–AMD’s own OpenGL-derived graphics API. To be clear, this is a PCB and not a complete board, but it is certainly what turns into a complete GPU card after adding ...

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UPDATED: AMD Dual GPU Fury ‘X2′ Card The Real Deal At E3

Rubric: AMD | 17 Jun 2015 | no comments yet »
UPDATED: AMD Dual GPU Fury ‘X2′ Card The Real Deal At E3

AMD Launches New Radeon 300 Series Graphics Card Lineup, Fury X And Project Quantum At E3. Today at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, Advanced Micro Devices announced their newest line of desktop gaming graphics cards. During today’s PC Gaming Show at E3 2015, Lisa Su, the CEO of AMD, showed off their new graphics card, a dual-GPU Fiji card, which will be released this fall. The line, called the Radeon 300 Series, is the latest from the company and features a broad array of discrete graphics cards ranging from the extreme enthusiast PC gamer all the way to the casual PC gamer. A year and a half after the launch of the R200-series, months after Nvidia refreshed its entire ...

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