AMD CEO Lisa Su to reveal more on Vega on 16 May

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Rumours suggest it still won't quite be a full launch for AMD's next-generation GPU micro-architecture and graphics cards

AMD will disclose more details about its long-awaited new GPU architecture, called Vega, on 16 May. That's according to hardware site WCCFTech, citing sources at the company who claim that the c...

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