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AMD stands for Amazing Madness Devices 😂
I was a little saddened when they bought out ATI as that was a Canadian brand but I'm so happy with what they did with Radeon
What a beautiful card. I'm glad to see AMD getting involved in making these limited editions and I hope to see more collaborations from them in the future.
As for me I am almost finished with Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster. I'm happily playing Overwatch 1 in anticipation of 2 on my Radeon 6500XT. Hopefully it comes out before the end of summer 😉
I have been using Nvidia GPUs for a very long time. Due to the astronomical costs of Nvidia cards right now, I am seriously looking at switching to AMD GPUs. I also am interested in the AMD driver support as well. It seems to have improved over the years, especially as AMD has closed the performance gap.
Heyo! Back again for month #2! I'm still playing Valorant and Metro Exodus, with a few other games with friends thrown in for good measure.
And after a month of core stability testing, I'm like 95% confident I've finally dialed in my PBO2 Curve Optimizer settings!
Hello, I want to thank everyone on AMD community, AMD TEAM RED, for being understanding and for the help that has been given to me in helping me with my build. YES,I know that I may have been a "PAIN" in the rear at times with asking SO SO MANY questions but, it's better safe than sorry. I do have a hard time communicating and understanding at times since my brain trauma and strokes that I had but, I never let it get me down and enjoy talking about computers and other things related to them. I may not know everything about them. Like I always have said I'm NEVER to old to learn and I'm always learning even at my age of "65". Well I'll let everyone get back to what they are doing. Thank you again for letting me be apart of this AMD community and this sight. Have a great day/night/afternoon, which ever it may be when you read this post, and PLEASE BE SAFE!!