Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Dell, Nvidia, AMD Stocks Sink As Markets Plunge In Coronavirus Crisis
IT stocks from Dell, Nvidia, Apple and AMD stock all dropped as fears of the expanding coronavirus continues.
Lenovo announces a major ThinkPad refresh, including AMD's mobile Ryzen 4000 chips
Lenovo said Monday that a number of its upcoming ThinkPad laptops will use the AMD Ryzen Pro 4000 Mobile series of mobile processors, a strong endorsement for AMD’s new chips. Both Lenovo’s premium T-series, X-series and L-series line will offer Ryzen Pro 4000 models, which will be offered alongside Intel’s 10th-gen Comet Lake chips, in business-oriented vPro versions. Lenovo was originally scheduled to launch the new laptops at the MWC show in Barcelona, which was cancelled over coronavirus concerns. Lenovo said that all of the new ThinkPad models will offer Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), regardless of processor. The sliding ThinkShutter webcam shutter will be included on all of the models, too. PrivacyAlert, which uses the IR camera to determine when someone is peering at your screen, will be optional on ThinkPad devices with an IR camera, Lenovo said. To read this article in full, please click here
Microsoft's next-gen Xbox Series X will be EIGHT TIMES more powerful than predecessor, the Xbox One
Xbox Series X's improvements outpace mid-range graphics cards made by Nvidia and AMD and offers the first glimpse into what kind of power the next generation of consoles has in store.
Xbox Series X specs were just announced by Microsoft, and they’re jaw-dropping
Ever since Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Series X at The Game Awards last December, we've been anxiously awaiting a deeper dive into features and specifications of the next-gen console. On Monday, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer finally pulled back the curtain, letting us all know exactly what we can expect from the machine. As you can see in the image above, the five key features of the Xbox Series X that Microsoft wants to highlight are 12 teraflops of graphics performance, variable-rate shading, hardware-accelerated DirectX raytracing, the ability to quick resume multiple games at once, and Smart Delivery to ensure you get the right version of a game. As Spencer explains, while the Xbox Series X is powerful, it also "represents a superior balance of power and speed in console design." There is so much ground to cover, that it might be easier to share the bullet points: Next Generation Custom Processor: Xbox Series X is our most powerful console ever powered by our custom-designed processor leveraging AMD’s latest Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures.
Dow plummets almost 1,000 points as spreading coronavirus fears rattle traders
US stocks were swept up in a global sell-off on Monday as investors grappled with spreading coronavirus fears. The Dow Jones industrial average plummeted as much as 997 points — or 3.4% — in early trading on Monday. The S&P 500 slid 2.5%. Meanwhile, the Cboe Volatility Index — or VIX, widely known as the stock market's fear gauge — spiked 40% to levels not seen since August. The flight out of risk assets and into safe havens sent the US 30-year Treasury yield to a record low, and gold is trading at the most expensive levels all year. Read more on Business Insider . US stocks were swept up in a global sell-off on Monday as fears over the spreading coronavirus — and its negative economic implications — rattled investor nerves. The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 997 points in early trading on Tuesday for a 3.4% decline. The S&P 500 tumbled roughly 2.5%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite index lost 3%. Meanwhile, the Cboe Volatility Index — or VIX , which is widely known as the stock market's fear gauge — spiked 40% to its highest level since August.
Trending ticker: Chip stocks sell-off
Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Alexis Christoforous break down the market action for AMD, Nvidia, Broadcom, and Qualcomm.
Chip stocks in broad selloff, as AMD tumbles over 6%
The semiconductor sector taking a dive in premarket trading Monday, as worries about the worldwide spread of COVID-19 has triggered a broad selloff in…
XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT Thicc II Pro review: A good graphics card in a weird place
The XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT Thicc II Pro is a good $300 graphics card that suffers from AMD’s disjointed launch for the Radeon RX 5600 XT . AMD pitched its $280 GPU as a rival to Nvidia’s identically priced GeForce GTX 1660 Ti . Then the company rushed out optional last-second BIOS updates that could greatly enhance memory and clock speeds (and thus performance), because Nvidia and its partners rolled out $300 GeForce RTX 2060 models rather than cutting costs on the GTX 1660 Ti. The eleventh-hour change indeed made the RX 5600 XT competitive with Nvidia’s RTX 2060, but AMD’s partners had already designed their lineup around the original specifications. That means you’ll find a wide variety of custom Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics cards available, some much faster than others , and with pricing that can sometimes seem befuddling. To read this article in full, please click here
Tech stocks plummet as coronavirus fears send traders fleeing to safety
Coronavirus fears returned to US stocks on Friday, sending the Nasdaq 100 to its worst day in almost four weeks. Declines were led by Hasbro, Nvidia, and Advanced Micro Devices, three names with supply chain exposure in China. Safe-haven assets rallied, with the yield on the 30-year Treasury note hitting an all-time low. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . US stocks tumbled on Friday amid mounting coronavirus fears. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 was hit particularly hard, registering its worst single-day drop in almost four weeks. Among names leading the decline were semiconductor makers: Advanced Micro Devices fell 7%, while Nvidia Corp . slid 4.7%. Parts for semiconductors are heavily sourced out of China. Meanwhile, toy maker Hasbro tumbled 9%. The firm said in its earnings release last week that China-based parts of its supply chain would see disruption as a result of coronavirus. Through Wednesdsay, markets shrugged off the risk of coronavirus — the fast-spreading disease that's infected more than 76,000 and killed 2,250.
AMD's Stock Could Be Due For A Pullback, These 2 Pros Say
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD ) recently broke above levels not seen since 2000 and hit a fresh all-time high just shy of $60 per share. What's next for the stock whose history as a public company dates back to the 1970s? Gordon: Too Fast, Too Far Todd Gordon of Ascent Wealth Partners said on a CNBC "Trading Nation" segment that AMD's daily chart dating back to late 2018 shows nearly uninterrupted momentum, adding that it broke above the key $38 level in late 2019. Since then, the stock appears to have gone up too far and too fast, he said. As a shareholder, Gordon said he … Full story available on
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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