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AMD beats Intel and Nvidia with more than half a billion GPUs sold

AMD has shipped more than half a billion GPUs since 2013, beating out rivals Intel and Nvidia.  That’s according to Jon Peddie Research (JPR), which claims AMD has shifted some 553 million GPUs since entering the market seven years ago.  Compared to its competitors, AMD accounted for 22% of the overall GPU shipment market over …

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AMD continues to steal market share from Intel according to latest Steam survey

Steam has published the results of its May 2020 Hardware and Software Survey, which compiles information about PC gamers’ setups, and the latest results are good news for AMD, and relatively bad news for Intel. The Steam Hardware and Software Survey is updated every month, and while it only contains information from Steam users who …

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AMD Big Navi graphics card may have been spotted in Linux driver ahead of possible October launch

AMD’s Big Navi graphics card – or at least what could be the incoming high-end GPU – has been spotted in a bunch of Linux patches that have just arrived, which further suggests that the card might be inbound for a potential October release. As Phoronix.com reports, AMD’s Radeon Linux driver witnessed the arrival of …

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Intel’s 8th-generation Coffee Lake processors reach end of life this year

Intel has announced plans to discontinue its 8th-generation Coffee Lake CPUs.  The chipmaker has issued a product change notice (PCN) confirming the discontinuation of its 8th-generation Core desktop processor family up to the flagship Intel Core i7-9700K, along with Pentium Gold and Celeron processors based on the 14nm Coffee Lake silicon. Intel isn’t yet calling …

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One of Windows 10’s best features is about to get much better

Microsoft continues to beaver away at the Your Phone app, which hooks up your smartphone with your Windows 10 PC, and the next new feature in the pipeline is reportedly Picture-in-Picture support for messaging. Note that this feature is still in early development, and hasn’t yet reached the stage of being tested by Windows Insiders …

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Intel doesn’t want its CPUs to be judged just on benchmarks, but also broader benefits

Intel’s CEO has recently offered up his thoughts on how the PC industry is too focused on looking at benchmark numbers, and should be considering the broader benefits which its processors deliver. The comments came from Bob Swan, chief executive, delivered in a ‘Message to Computex’ which was uploaded to YouTube. Swan also again confirmed …

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New AMD Ryzen 3000XT CPUs spotted, but you can probably ignore them

Fresh off the release of the Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X, not to mention the new Intel Comet Lake-S lineup, it looks like AMD may be launching some new versions of its hard-hitting Ryzen 3000 CPU lineup.  Retail listings for new ‘XT’ iterations of AMD Ryzen 3000 processors have appeared on French tech retailer Materiel.net, …

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Intel Xe DG1 graphics card 3DMark leak again suggests AMD and Nvidia won’t be troubled

Intel’s Xe DG1 graphics card has been spotted in a 3DMark benchmark, or at least the rumor mill believes that result is for Intel’s first crack at a discrete GPU. As ever, we shouldn’t read too much into this given that it is just speculation that this is DG1, although the source is a reliable …

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