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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Another boon for console-monitor pairings.
Ryzen CPU cores merge with Vega graphics for the first time on desktop.
Promises more GPUs, too.
Failure to support the classics 'absolutely not true'.
Should have stuck with its Spring plans.
Admits there are 14 CU and 16 CU versions out there.
Will compete with AMD, Nvidia.
Throw HBM2 into the mix, too.
APU and GPU buyers, too.
Designed for long life, high hash rate.
Even as Apple pushes Vega replacement.
Aorus goes after the mainstream market; can this high-end brand compete here?
Takes aim at high-performance compute.
Free upgrades for compatible cards.
No, it's not Vega. The RX 580 is the RX 480 revamped and overclocked - how does it fare now?
No word on specs, though.
You'll have to wait for monitors, though.
Free 12.5 percent speed boost.
Nvidia exclusive for now, though.
Three models open the range.
Radeon Pro heads to Chinese datacentres.
For Windows 10 and Xbox One, oddly.
October rumour quashed.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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