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.
Although it may not be able to compete in the high-end CPU market with Intel, AMD’s latest GPUs may be able to compete against Nvidia and its enthusiast GPUs. For a long time this has not been the case but the R9 290X from AMD offer... Read Post
AMD announced the Radeon R7 and R9 series of “Hawaii” graphics cards and cores on Wednesday, an attempt to storm the pinnacle of performance PC graphics. AMD broadcast what it called its “GPU 14 Tech Day Event” from Hawaii, where th... Read Post