AMD announced multiple new GPUS yesterday, including upcoming dual-core models, a water-cooled single-GPU solution, and the tiny Radeon Nano — all of which promise dramatic performance and power consumption improvements over previous generation cards.
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?
Microsoft has released a new paper that illustrates how the cloud offload rendering platform it talked about for Xbox One could actually be deployed in reality. Could we see a shipping solution use this tech during the Xbox One’s lifetime?
Oculus has finally come out and set the hardware requirements for the Rift, but this VR solution isn’t happening cheap. You’re going to need some significant graphics horsepower if you want to play in virtual reality.
We now have confirmation that AMD’s upcoming Fiji GPU will use a new memory interface — courtesy of the Hot Chips program guide.