Last i heard is, 30 days hold off for general/cumulative updates. Up to 365 days for the threshold type upgrades.
I'm on pro(1607),
Article was written by
Dani Halfin- Content Developer for the Windows and Device Group at Microsoft.
Brian Litch- MSFT
Enough said. I don't own a portable device. I have no use for Windows 10.
This review of the AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition is just out:
The Radeon Vega Frontier Edition 16GB Air Cooled Review | PC Perspective
For anyone interested in purchasing an AMD Vega Frontier Edition I just found the following Gamers Nexus Teardown:
AMD will launch Radeon RX Vega at SIGGRAPH between July 30 and August 3 in LA
The official Radeon Twitter account tweeted: "We can't wait to announce our new Vega products, including RX at this year's #SIGGRAPH - make sure to follow us for more details". Boom. Radeon RX Vega confirmed for an early August reveal, but I'm confident we'll hear much more from AMD between then and now, and I'm sure some NDAs will be thrown onto the table, too.
AMD launched its new Radeon Vega Frontier Edition recently, with some so-so gaming performance that rivals a GeForce GTX 1070, but even some of the largest people in the tech industry - including influential tech YouTubers, are comparing its gaming performance against gaming-focused cards. It's not a gaming-orientated card, but a professional card that can game if the owner wants to, instead of switching between graphics cards for professional, and then personal/gaming use.
Radeon RX Vega will be tuned for gaming, so expect improved gaming performance over the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. We'll know more about it soon, and I'm sure with the amount of content you see me writing every day - you can count on the latest on Radeon RX Vega as it happens here at TweakTown.
"Influential tech YouTubers"... The original "Fake News" site. Heck, I imagine you could find a video of someone playing a modern AAA title on a HD 7850 at full details showing 60FPS if you looked hard enough.
As for Vega, with it being an Infinity Fabric first generation product it's going to take time to get it perfect. Ryzen has been out for months now and it still has bugs to be worked out in AGESA as well as individual program issues.
The reviews I have seen have been by PC Perspectives and Gamers Nexus, not CNN.
In that case I do not think they are "Fake News".
The Gamers Nexus Tear Down, review, and initial benchmarks and PCB analysis seem to be pretty good, fair, and reliable to me.
Both PC Perspectives and Gamers Nexus reviews seem to confirm Vega Frontier Edition is currently performing between than a GTX 1070 and 1080 when run in Gaming Mode with the latest VEGA FE Drivers.
The Gaming Mode drivers probably need optimized and will likely improve after RX Vega Gaming Cards launch.