AMD releases first picture of Radeon RX 6000 GPU card

 AMD today has unveiled a picture to give us a glimpse of its upcoming Radeon RX 6000 video card. By looking at the big triple fan and dual 8-pin PCIe power connectors we can confirm that these are going to be AMD’s high-end GPU cards.Radeon RX 6000 series is confirmed to be built on RDNA 2 architecture which will be a DirectX 12 Ultimate compliant. From a performance standpoint, AMD is aiming for a big 50% jump in performance-per-watt. We are also expecting the new GPUs to support 4K gaming at ease.Radeon RX 6000 series of GPUs is going to…
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UK based chip designer ARM Holdings to be acquired by Nvidia for $40 billion

 UK based chip designer ARM, which is currently owned by Japanese conglomerate Softbank, is now going to be sold to US based Nvidia Corp. Softbank acquired ARM for $32 billion in 2016 and now after four years Nvidia will pay Softbank $21.5 billion in its own stock and $12 billion in cash. This will be followed with up to a further $5 billion in cash or stock depending upon the ARM’s business performance. Nvidia will also pay $1.5 billion in equity to ARM’s employees. Thus the consideration of $40 billion to be met through a combination of NVIDIA shares and…
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AMD Zen 3 architecture CPUs and Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs to be uncovered in October month

 AMD recently announced that they will be unveiling highly awaited consumer products based on their Zen 3 CPU and RDNA 2 GPU architectures.On October 8th 12PM ET, the company will be presenting their Zen 3 based Ryzen desktop processors and 3 weeks later on October 28th 12PM ET, AMD will be showing off its new Radeon RX 6000 series of GPUs. With the next wave of AMD Ryzen processors and the all-new Zen 3 architecture, @AMD is taking its PC gaming and content creation leadership to new heights. Learn more October 8. pic.twitter.com/PAvA5m3FGo— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) September 9, 2020 AMD…
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Nvidia teases something big on August 31st and it may be RTX 3000 series GPUs

 Pic Credits: wccftechOn August 10th, Official NVIDIA GeForce twitter account teased a mysterious video trailer. The post #UltimateCountdown shows a star going supernova after which the rumours of Nvidia launching its news RTX 3000 series GPU cards are now strong. The card presumably a GeForce RTX 3080 will be a successor to the current gaming beast RTX 2080....#UltimateCountdown pic.twitter.com/f23HcbHUk6— NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) August 10, 2020  August 10th is chosen to start a countdown of 21 days, maybe to give tribute to Nvidia’s first modern GPU: the GeForce 256, which was released 21 years back.In May 2020, Nvidia already unveiled its…
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