Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Why Advanced Micro Devices Will Beat Investor Expectations
AMD stock may get a lift from strong gaming demand during the pandemic, thanks to rising PC CPU and graphics cards sales.
Adios, Wraith? Why AMD's XT chips signal doom for a key Ryzen selling point
With the launch of its slightly faster, slightly better, exactly-the-same-price Ryzen 3000 XT processors this week, AMD became just a bit more like Intel…and Nvidia. More importantly, I suspect these new CPUs may exist to set the stage for removing a key AMD value proposition from next-gen “Zen 3” Ryzen CPUs. Whither goest thou, Wraith? Most Ryzen XT reviews landed, well, not with a thud necessarily, but at least a loud “meh”—though Gamers Nexus did say, “we think the sand could have been better put to use elsewhere,” when promoting its Ryzen 7 3800XT review . But the general sentiment is that they’re fine . Ryzen XT processors offer mild 100MHz to 200MHz clock speed increases over their non-XT namesakes, and a higher overall level of silicon quality, meaning they can hold those faster clocks for longer and overclock better. Cool stuff! Yet not cool enough generally to recommend, given their steep $80ish price premium over the standard X-series chips, which remain on the market. To read this article in full, please click here
AMD and Nvidia, beware, a Chinese CPU maker is readying a graphics chip - TECHTELEGRAPH
The number of developers of discrete GPUs shrank to two by the late 2000s as a result of a cut-throat competition between ATI Technologies (now part of AMD) and Nvidia. In 2017, Intel announced its comeback to the market of standalone graphics cards and it looks like Apple might soon offer internally-developed high-performance desktop-class graphics […]
AMD and Nvidia, beware, a Chinese CPU maker is readying a graphics chip
Chinese firm Zhaoxin discloses plans to produce its own standalone GPU.
Why AMD Stock Was Trading Higher Today
Does it have 15% more upside?
Is Advanced Micro Devices Finally Ready to Break Out?
Let's review the charts and indicators once again….AMD
Bull Signal Flashing Could Give AMD a Second Wind
The semiconductor stock just pulled back to it's 80-day moving average
Nvidia passes Intel as the most valuable US chipmaker
We hear a lot about how AMD is now a big challenger to Intel, but it still lags far behind Chipzilla when it comes to company valuation. Lisa Su’s firm has a market cap of $62.5 billion, almost a quarter…
49ers Raheem Mostert: Trade me or pay me
Raheem Mostert wants a new contract. Again. Amd he deserves one. Again, only this time after emerging as much more than a special-teams ace. Mostert broke out last season as the 49ers’ leading and most explosive rusher, after agreeing to a three-year, $9 million contract in March. Mostert’s agent, Brett Tessler, announced a stalemate in […]
AMD and HP collaborate on processing power focused on the future
Nobody wants to settle for a device that moves slowly. Sure, you may be looking for a deep tissue massager that will move at a set pace to soothe some aches and pains.
Upcoming AMD earnings: concerns about crypto-related demand?
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is expected to report earnings on July 25 after market close. While the firm has certainly executed well on its streamlined product roadmap, there are some concerns about the magnitude and sustainability of cryptocurrency-related GPU demand.
Intel and Apple: What's Next?
Intel’s stock price witnessed a big decline yesterday after Bloomberg reported that Apple would not use Intel chips for its Mac computers. What's next for the Intel stock?
Lam Research (LRCX): Can The Stock Price Run Sustain?
LRCX is down 3% today, but it witnessed a 19% stock price hike in the past 12 weeks. Can the stock run sustain?
AMD Risks You Should Be Aware Of
AMD is at a considerable disadvantage compared with Intel in terms of scale. Intel is able to heavily outspend AMD in capital outlays and R&D, leading to further propagation of its market share dominance over AMD.
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