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All posts tagged "AMD"

  • AMD Bristol Ridge 35W A-Series APUs Finally Hit Store Shelves

    Originally launched earlier this year, AMD’s 7th Generation Bristol processors were expected to ship in both 65W and 35W flavors but, much to the chagrin of small form factor system builders, only the 65W SKUs have been available...

    • Posted September 20, 2017
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  • Arctic Cooling Introduces AMD Threadripper-Ready All-In-One Coolers

    Those of you planning on upgrading to one of AMD’s upcoming Threadripper processors will be happy to know that Arctic Cooling has updated its line of all-in-one coolers to be compatible with the TR4 socket. The Liquid Freezer line...

    • Posted July 21, 2017
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  • AMD Launches 7th Generation A-Series And Athlon Processors To Retail

    AMD originally detailed its 7th Generation Bristol Ridge A-Series APUs and Athlon processors during Computex 2016. The OEM and system integrator launch followed in September 2016 and was most noteworthy for heralding the first details of the...

    • Posted March 28, 2017
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  • AMD Opens Up Wraith Max Cooler To Retail For $59

    AMD announced that it is offering the Wraith Max cooler on the retail market for $59 with availability beginning today. The cooler snaps onto AM4, AM3+, and FM2 motherboards. Previously, the Wraith Max was only available as...

    • Posted March 25, 2017
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  • Exclusive Threadripper Socket TR4 Schematics, Cooler Compatibility

    AMD’s 4,094-pin socket, which is paired with the X399 chipset for Threadripper, is massive by any measure. AMD christened it as Socket TR4 (SP3r2) for consumer motherboards and Socket SP3 for EPYC servers. The physical dimensions of...

    • Posted March 9, 2017
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  • You Can Pre-Order Boutique Systems With AMD’s Threadripper Inside

    AMD’s upcoming Ryzen Threadripper high-performance desktop platform is just around the corner, and boutique system builders are gearing up to take your orders. AMD revealed a list of authorized partners that can now accept your Ryzen Threadripper...

    • Posted March 2, 2017
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  • AMD’s Excavator CPU, DDR4 memory debut in embedded markets

    When AMD, Intel, or Nvidia launch new hardware, they almost always focus on the high-end of the consumer market. Low-end parts and server/workstation solutions typically follow at later dates. This time around, however, AMD is shaking things...

    • Posted October 24, 2015
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