Popular AMD Articles for 2010
Dell is the first major computer manufacturer to market a desktop both with AMD's new Vision market branding as well as with their new six-core processors. The computer giant has[...]
As part of their continuing attempt to bring a multitouch experience to computers, HP recently brought out the newest iteration of their all-in-one lineup, the HP TouchSmart 310. Marrying a[...]
HP this week unveiled the newest iteration of their touch-enabled all-in-one desktop line, the HP TouchSmart 310. An entry model in the series, the 310 partners a 20-inch, multitouch display[...]
AMD was kind enough to give us behind-the-scenes access to their newest Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) which combines a low voltage CPU and a new powerful GPU onto a single[...]
AMD's long-awaited "fusion" of a processor and a graphics processor onto a single chip is now a reality. This dime-sized Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) combines an low voltage CPU and[...]
The AMD Llano processor will feature four cores, an onboard graphics card, and be built on 32nm technology.
Just when you thought Intel had the laptop processor market in the bag, here comes AMD with a jaw-dropping 109 new netbooks and notebooks offering high performance, great battery life,[...]
When Intel released their six-core Core i7-980X processor, people were wondering when AMD's own efforts were going to bear fruit. With the release of the new Phenom II X6 CPUs,[...]
As fall approaches, so does the start of school for millions of students around the country. It's also a great time to buy a new computer; not only do retailers[...]
It's been a long time since the last major AMD microarchitecture refresh, and in the meantime, Intel's handily won the performance crown. The second-place chipmaker hasn't spent its time idly,[...]
Just after the release of their new processors comes a pretty exciting leak of AMD's current roadmap strategy for future processor releases. While AMD's roadmaps have been pushed back and[...]
With the holidays passing, a lot of people are just getting around to setting up their new computer, and no doubt have questions about what to do and how to[...]
Sony is now offering AMD processors in a select number of VAIO notebooks, the first time it has done so in several years.
Las Vegas natives call it "The Big Show." NotebookReview.com staff members call it "Hell Week." Everyone else knows it best as the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES 2010 officially[...]
Expect to see quad-core mobile processors from AMD showing up in notebooks soon.
AMD introduced their new branding concept, "AMD Vision", last year. The idea behind Vision is to simplify the computer buying experience for consumers. Dell is jumping on board with Vision,[...]
AMD has outlined its new "Bobcat" microprocessor architecture for notebooks. It is an evolution of their current x86 architecture.
How will new PC architectures like Intel's Sandy Bridge and AMD's Fusion APU impact users' needs for standalone graphics cards? Nobody will know for sure until systems based on integrated[...]
It's here again. The day after Thanksgiving, while most of America wakes up from the stupor brought on from eating too much, drinking too much and watching too much[...]
MSI has introduced its latest consumer multimedia notebook, the FX610 featuring a 15.6" display, ATI Radeon graphics, and a triple-core AMD processor.