AMD's Raja Koduri
08 Nov

Raja Koduri Resigns From AMD

AMD's leader of Radeon Technology Group (RTG) tenders his resignation and plans to leave AMD entirely.

Case of the Missing Vega
20 Sep

Custom RX Vega: Where Are You?

With AMD's RX Vega offically being available over a month now, where are all the AIB partner custom cards?  We take a quick look at the current state and our best guess for delivery of custom cards.

Raja Koduri Takes Sabbatical
13 Sep

AMD's Raja Koduri Takes Sabbatical Until December

The beloved leader Raja Koduri of AMD's Radeon Technology Group, takes a sabbatical until December for family releated reasons.

Cryorig H5 Universal: Review
06 Sep

Cryorig H5 Universal: Review

We took one of the latest budget friendly Cryorig H5 Universal cooler and put it to the test.  Paired with our Intel i7-6700k at an overclock of 4.6GHz, how well can this single fan cooler keep up?

AMD Threadripper
30 Aug

AMD HEDT Chip: Threadripper makes a huge splash!

This huge little chip, made a big splash!  AMD's Threadripper is officially here and we wanted to make sure you knew what that really means  Find out how many cores and features this HEDT/Workstation CPU has to offer.

29 Aug

Cryorig H5 Universal: Unboxing

It's got style, but can it cool?  The new Cryorig H5 Universal fits most Intel and AMD CPU sockets made in the past 11 years and provides a unique style with excellent build quality.  We will test this against our i7-6700k overclocked to see how well it actually cools!

be quiet! DARK ROCK PRO 3: Review
24 Aug

be quiet! DARK ROCK PRO 3: Review

We pumped up the voltage and dialed our frequencies up on our AMD FX-9590 just to see how this CPU cooler really performs. Will be quiet!'s DARK ROCK PRO 3 live up to its name?

16 Aug

Radeon RX Vega Launched

Launch details of the new AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 and Vega 56 GPUs.  Details on viability of the Vega launch and overall bundles and pricing.

16 Aug

AMD Encoder Plugin: Patch 2.2.3

GPUOpen introduced the advancement and the direct source contribution of AMD's Advanced Media Framework (AMF).  The purpose of this framework is to enable GPU processing of media encode and decode efforts with minimal impact to the CPU and in general end user.  With that said, this is not exclusive to AMD as NVIDIA has it's own GPU enabled media processing support but it's closed source and hasn't been made widely public.

be quiet! DARK ROCK PRO 3: Unboxing
03 Aug

be quiet! DARK ROCK PRO 3: Unboxing

We wanted to put this cooler to the worst test we can think of.... An AMD Fx-9590 overclocked to 5.1GHz which puts it beyond the original 220w TDP expected from this power hungry monster.  Let's test the grit and metal of this cooler and see if be quiet! can stand the test.