On Location At AMD's 2012 ExtravaLANza Event
We're live here in Bellevue, WA bringing you live updates of the latest from AMD and its partners.
Get ready for Eyefinity signage, perhaps even at your favourite fast food restaurant menus.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720 will be on par with each other on a graphics level.
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Shiny, new drivers for your Radeon HD GPU.
You ask for more graphics power, well Asus ROG's Andre Yang shows off the power of a quad-CrossFireX Radeon HD 7970 setup, which captures not one, not two but five "unofficial" world records.
Information coming out of the Turkish website DonanimHaber, shows the release date for AMD's new Radeon HD 7900 series is set for January 9, 2012.
Finally, you'll be able to define individual graphics settings for each of your 3D applications (read: games).
What will you be doing come Monday, December 5th? If you are like us here at Tom's Hardware, you'll be waiting for the official details on AMD's upcoming Radeon HD 7000 to be announced.
AMD has added support for Adobe's Stage 3D API with the latest release of its graphics driver package, Catalyst 11.11.
AMD to divert resources to lower power, emerging markets, and the cloud.
Finally put all those spare monitors to good use... sideways.
Does your system have the latest drivers for Battlefield 3 yet?
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Today we paid a visit to AMD's offices in Markham, Ontario and we got an early look at a couple of new technologies.