• Create Videos Faster on the Go with AMD Ryzen™ Mobile Processors and Radeon™ RX Graphics for Laptops

    Content creators across the globe, like all of us, are facing many challenges in the world everyone is living in today. They are having to change the way they create, and mobile solutions are a key part of this. Using...
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  • Radeon R9 Fury & Nano UEFI Firmware

    We’ve been watching and listening when you’ve been asking about the status of a UEFI VBIOS for certain Radeon™ GPUs. Those of you who know what that is are likely quite interested in reading the rest...
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  • Get in the Game with Radeon™ Software Profiles

    One of the additions made to streamline your experience with Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition, are the software profiles. When you first run Radeon Software, you’ll be asked to choose a profile, designed t...
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  • July Updates for Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition

    Stability and improving the user experience for Radeon graphics owners has been a priority and focus at AMD. Our engineering teams have been hard at work identifying, reproducing and resolving issues since the beginni...
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  • The Radeon VII’s 16GB of memory tackles the most demanding games and content creation workloads

    If you’ve been around PC hardware and software for a while, you’ll know there’s a constant tug-of-war between software needs and hardware capabilities. Although hardware consistently grows more capab...
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  • Powering Next-Generation Gaming Visuals with AMD RDNA 2 and DirectX 12 Ultimate

    AMD has long been a strong supporter of next-generation, low-overhead graphics API technologies like Microsoft DirectX 12 that help take games to a whole new level. Therefore, we’re pleased to announce that in p...
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  • Build Great Things with the New GPUOpen

    AMD’s commitment to openness is the foundation upon which the GPUOpen initiative was built. We stand behind the belief that the freedom of open standards and being open about our hardware drives innovation forwa...
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  • VALORANT: Defy the Limits with Ryzen and Radeon

    The gaming community, from both casual gamers to esports enthusiasts has been buzzing with news and gameplay from VALORANT, since the original announcement in October of last year. Riot Games, creators of the internat...
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  • The start of a new era: the Dell G5 15 SE featuring AMD Ryzen™ and Radeon™

    It’s incredible to see how far the gaming industry has come in the past two decades. At Alienware, I helped introduce some of the world’s first gaming laptops and we kicked off what would become a new era ...
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  • Socket AM4 Platform Longevity: Getting Ryzen 3000 Ready

    With the launch of the AM4 platform in 2016, we at AMD made a commitment to maintain and support socket AM4 through 2020. During that time, we have continued to evolve the platform to offer new fea...
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  • Using Your AMD Powered System to Help Researchers in the Fight Against Infectious Diseases

      In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are looking for ways to help. While each of us are doing our part to combat the spread of the disease by washing our hands and practicing social distancing, yo...
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  • New Optimizations and Tools for Developers on GPUOpen

    This week has been a big one for GPUOpen. After four years of being the vehicle for AMD’s commitment to openness and support for open standards, we realized it was time for a fresh coat of digital paint. So on M...
  • The Exciting Future of AMD Socket AM4

    In 2016, we made a pretty bold commitment to you: we would continue to support AMD Socket AM4 until 2020. It was a big promise, especially given what people were accustomed to with other platforms. In the four ensuing...
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  • Game Beyond 4GB

    PC Gaming continues to push the limitations of PC hardware every year in the quest for improved visuals and framerates. One of the ways to enjoy the latest titles on your PC is to ensure your graphics card has enough ...
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  • April Updates for Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition

    We hope all of you are staying safe and doing well during this extraordinary time in our lives.  Here at AMD, our team remains committed in delivering great drivers for you to use, and we have worked hard over th...
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  • High-quality Advanced Media Framework streaming and recording API now open-sourced

    A major step toward enabling high-quality video streaming and recording, Advanced Media Framework (AMF) 1.3 is now open sourced, providing the structure for high quality video recording and live streaming. AMF 1.3 SDK...
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  • Radeon Software for Ryzen 4000 Series Mobile Processors

    Over the past year we have been working to bring an even better experience to our APU users. Through your feedback, we have been able to fine-tune  Radeon™ Software and build new features to support th...
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  • Microsoft & AMD Supercharge Console Gaming with the Xbox Series X

    I am excited to share some of the details that Microsoft announced today on Xbox Series X, and how it is built upon the partnership with the team at AMD.   Together, we have relentlessly pushed the innovation bou...
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  • Introducing AMD Ryzen™ 9 4000 H-Series Mobile Processors for Gaming Notebooks

    In February 2017, AMD once more stepped into the gaming arena with its “Zen”-based AMD Ryzen 7 1800X processor in a multi-year journey to reclaim a spot at the top of the gaming CPU charts. Match by match,...
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  • Resolving Top Community Issues with the Latest AMD Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 2020 Driver

    You spoke, we listened. The AMD and Radeon communities include some of the most vocal people on the internet. You proudly show off your AMD hardware and rave about how great your system is, but you’re also ...
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