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AMD releases 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen desktop processors, Ryzen 3000 series processors

AMD announced worldwide availability of its new 7nm leadership PC gaming platform based on the AMD Radeon RX 5700 series graphics cards, 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen desktop processors, and Ryzen 3000 Series Processors with Radeon Graphics.

Computex 2019: AMD announces 3rd gen Ryzen 9 desktop processor with 12-cores

Computex 2019: AMD has announced its 3rd generation Ryzen 9 desktop processor, which will come with 12-cores and a price of only $499.


AMD launches world's first 7nm gaming GPU 'Radeon VII' in India

AMD's new 7nm Radeon VII graphics card is aimed at computer gamers and content creators.

AMD rises to highest in 12 years, bucking rest of chip stocks

AMD has more than tripled this year and gained as much as 6.3 per cent, to $31.98, its highest since May 2006

AMD launches new second-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors

All these new AMD Ryzen Threadripper second generation processors are based on the company's new Zen+ architecture which was recently launched.

AMD confirms chip vulnerability, says report exaggerated danger

AMD confirmed that there are chip-based vulnerabilities, but claims they were exaggerated by the CTS Labs report.


Israeli firm says it has found AMD chip security flaws

AMD's chips are vulnerable to hacks, says an Israeli firm, which claims that the company's processors suffers from security issues.

Nvidia joins AMD in crypto gold rush as mining boosts results

The global semiconductor industry is buoyant, given the increased interest in cryptocurrency mining. Top chipmakers feel that the bubble will help them generate future profits as well.

AMD's earnings top estimates as graphics chip demand rises

AMD has registered better-than-expected profits in Q4 2017, as the company rose from graphics chips sales.

Microsoft stops Spectre, Meltdown fixes on AMD chip-run PCs

Microsoft has stopped rolling out fixes to Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities for AMD-run devices, as it has found some of them to be inoperable.