Late last week word began circulating that AMD would be dropping driver support for their DX10 generation GPUS – HD 2000, HD 3000, and HD 4000 – based on a Phoronix article discussing the future of driver support for those GPUs under Linux. As Phoronix correctly observed, AMD tends to drop support for a GPU under Linux and Windows simultaneously, so there was reason to believe that a similar retirement would indeed be coming for AMD’s DX10 GPUs under Windows.
AMD is improving its open source driver support for its Radeon HD 7000 "Southern Islands" GPUs.
AMD has released a new set of drivers for Radeon cards and may be considering a new high-end brand for its GPUs. Will the Radeon Fury soon debut against the Titan X?
Today sees AMD lift the lid on the first of it's next generation Radeon HD 5800 series GPUs featuring DirectX 11 support.
After the higher than normal fail rate of Nvidia 9400 GPU’s in Macbooks, Apple has decided to give AMD graphic cards a try in their iMac and Mac Pro systems. AMD has announced that their Radeon HD 4000 series of graphic cards will n...