AMD denies rumours, they will not launch next-gen GPU this year

/ 5 years ago

AMD finally breaks its silence and puts the rumours to rest when it said that they will be releasing the next generation graphic card during 2013. The rumour started when Japan’s 4Gamer released an interview with AMD’s product manager Devon Nekechuk where she showed the GPU chart that indicated the Radeon 7000 series will be ‘stable’ through 2013. AMD made it worse when it re-tweeted the article with the topic “2013 GPU roadmap and when @AMDRadeon twitter account told to a follower that “The HD 7000 series will remain our primary focus for quite some time.”


But when PCWorld was speaking to an AMD representative, it was said that 4Gamer interview articled lacked proper context and stated that the company will be clarifying the release of the next gen graphic card for 2013 in a conference call later this week.

Via: Techeye

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2 Responses to “AMD denies rumours, they will not launch next-gen GPU this year”
  1. Author's fucking retarded? says:

    Who the hell writes your articles? The title says they’ll launch this year, yet the article itself hits at a 2014 release. This isn’t the first article I’ve seen on your site that’s completely ambiguous!

  2. Hire better people! says:

    Hire some competent writers please! The title suggests AMD DOES launch this year, even though the source of this article clearly explains they WILL NOT.

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