AMD 2009 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular AMD Articles for 2009

CPU Guide: How To Pick The Right Processor

With so many laptops featuring so many different processors, how do you know what to buy this holiday season? We're here to help with our updated CPU guide for 2009.[...]

MSI GeForce GTS 250 Review

We've seen a revolution in graphics cards over the past couple of years. While ATI's Radeon HD4000 cards seem to be the current darlings of the enthusiast market, it[...]

Dell XPS 625 Review

AMD's new Phenom II microarchitecture represents an opportunity for manufacturers to refresh their product lines, and Dell isn't skipping the opportunity. Enter the Dell XPS 625, a new gaming[...]

EVGA GeForce GTX 275 Review

It seems like the graphics card war heated up just a couple of years ago with the introduction of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 and ATI's eventual reply. Since then there's[...]

AMD Vision: taking the trauma out of buying new computers

AMD is determined to make buying computers easier for people, especially in a retail, 'big box store' setting. Most computers these days come with any number of stickers, either on[...]

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Details Emerge

Details on AMD's upcoming ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 series graphics cards have leaked.

AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Review

While the news hasn't been too hot for AMD this week, they aren't letting it stop them from doing business. Today, they're refreshing their Dragon platform, which consists of[...]

AMD Athlon II X2 250 and Phenom II X2 550 CPU Review

AMD released four new processors today, two low-power quad-core chips as well as two new dual-core processors. The new dual-cores, first ever Athlon II X2 and Phenom II X2[...]

HP Pavilion Elite e9120f Review

HP recently refreshed their desktop lines, in order to better prepare for the upcoming fall buying season. The Pavilion Elite e9120f is another high tech desktop with a number[...]

AMD launches new AM3 Phenom II processors / Phenom II 720 and 810 Review

Even though AMD just launched their new Phenom II processors, they're not wasting any time in rolling out the rest of their platform. Following the recent price drops on[...]

MSI Radeon HD 4890 Review

Ever since ATI introduced the Radeon HD48xx cards in the summer of 2008, users have scrambled to choose sides in the graphics card debate. What really shook things up[...]

AMD/Alienware quietly introduce Phenom II x4 925 chip

We've covered the original Phenom II launch as well as the recent updates to the line when AMD transitioned to their AM3 compatible processors. One AM3 chip that had[...]

HP Intros ProBook 6445b/6545b Notebooks

HP today introduced its value-based ProBook b-series, featuring AMD processors and graphics.

ATI Radeon 5000 series specs leaked?

ATI-Forum is claiming that certain ATI board partners already have reference samples of the company's upcoming Radeon 5000 series of video cards. The 5000 series, a follow-up to the[...]

ATI Radeon HD 5870 Review

I'll save you the trouble of going any further to answer your burning question: yes, the ATI Radeon HD 5870 is the fastest single-chip video card on the market and[...]

AMD Athlon II X2 240e and X3 435 CPU Review

AMD may not be able to wrest the ultimate performance crown off of Intel's head at the moment, but they can certainly hit them where it hurts - in the[...]

AMD Phenom II Review

In the war between microprocessor companies, AMD has always been the underdog to the juggernaut that is Intel. While it is essentially ingrained within American culture to vote for[...]

Apple updates iMac with Core i7 and huge displays

Today the popular Cupertino PC maker unveiled a new suite of desktops, including an updated iMac line. Setting the standard in just about every imaginable way, the new all-in-ones[...]

ATI Radeon HD 4770 Review

ATI released their newest video card today, the Radeon HD 4770. While high end video cards like the Radeon HD 4870X2 and GeForce GTX 295 tend to get all[...]

MSI Intros GX733 AMD Gaming Notebook

MSI has introduced its latest gaming notebook, the GX733 featuring an AMD Turion X2 Ultra processor and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4670 graphics card.