Crytek launches CryEngine 5.4 with Vulkan support
Beta-status only, mind you.
Regent Street picked for flagship facility.
Impressive specs in a tiny package.
Desktops due 'in the coming weeks'.
8c/16t part for $549; Sep 25th availability for NVMe RAID booting.
16-core 1950X $999; 12-core 1920X $799; eight-core 1900X $549.
Investors positive, though.
Aiming for shock and awe, it seems.
Developers getting to grips with Zen.
Shows off a Ryzen Mobile laptop, too.
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Lock-out more marketing than tech.
No release schedule yet, though.
Microcode fix reportedly in the works.
Takes aim at Intel's Core-i5 family.
No bug, no problem says Hallock.
Up to two Naples chips per server.
You can now buy the world's fastest eight-core processor for $499.
Just prove you need one.
Except on 'essential' chipsets, that is.
Zen has a new name, it seems.
Live demo, giveaways and more.
GlobalFoundries to blame.
Pinning its hopes on Zen.
Not a true 8-core part, plaintiff claims.
Leaves his Zen architecture to its fate.
Will sit alongside Dell in the portfolio.