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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
AMD's growth failing to draw close.
Squashes the card to single-slot status.
The precursor to a spin-off?
Will sit alongside Dell in the portfolio.
16GB of RAM and a free mouse, too.
Fury X performance at no cost, for some.
171mm long, single-fan design.
Bug fixes, DirectX 12 support and more.
Company's losses continue to mount.
Windows 10, DirectX 12 support.
Adjusts sound-baffling compound.
Fiji-based, HBM-touting cards shown off at E3
Pledges growth at analysts' day.
'Goodwill impairment' hits hard.
AMD has launched a new Special Edition driver called Catalyst Omega, with plenty of new features
Four to launch in March 2015.
Double the VRAM for high-resolution gaming.
Advises affected users to roll back.
AMD today launches the R9 285, equipped with the new Tonga GPU and set to replace the R9 280
Designed to beat Nvidia's GTX 760.
Shift to integrated a blow for Nvidia.
Power Color, VTX3D and Club3D compatible.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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