How AMD is making AMD chips even faster than Intel’s

Intel is moving into the high-end PC market with the launch of a new, lower-cost AMD CPU, and the new chip is designed to do so.

It’s a major step forward for the company, which has been struggling with slow-selling chipsets in the last few years.

It could be that AMD is building a new chip that can handle all the new tasks we’re going to see more and more of in the high end of the PC market.

The new chip, codenamed “Braswell,” is designed specifically for low-end workstation computers and other desktop systems.

It has an integrated graphics chip called the Radeon R9 Nano that is designed for a relatively high-performance computing experience.

The chip is based on the AMD architecture and is called the Athlon X4 640.

This is a low-cost chip that will sell for around $300.

That’s a significant reduction in price compared to the much higher-end AMD chips that we saw last year, including the Radeon HD 6990.

This new chip has been designed for “power efficiency,” according to AMD.

Power efficiency is a term used to describe the degree to which a processor can consume energy from the GPU rather than from the CPU.

It also refers to how much power the processor can use to execute tasks, rather than how much CPU power is required.

For example, a system that is using a CPU with an energy consumption of 100 watts will have an energy efficiency of 100 percent, and a system with an efficiency of 60 percent will have a power efficiency of 20 percent.

The Radeon R7 360 graphics card, which is also based on AMD technology, is also designed for low power consumption and low power draw.

The graphics chip is an embedded graphics card that is capable of rendering 4K video, running in 1080p resolution, and supporting DirectX 11 and 12.

The Athlon R7 390 graphics card is designed with a higher power draw, but it’s still a relatively inexpensive graphics card.

AMD says the Athon X4 CPU has an “advanced graphics performance” rating of 1,000W, which translates to a power consumption of 1.4W.

That puts it at about the same power efficiency as the Radeon X470, which offers up to 2.4 watts of power.

AMD’s new chip also has support for “high-performance 3D gaming.”

This means that the chip can render high-quality 3D scenes with a GPU that is twice as fast as a modern Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti, or a GeForce GTX 750 Ti, but has a power draw of only a third as high.

The GPU on the new chips will also be able to handle up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM.

This puts it behind the Intel chips in terms of power consumption, but AMD says that the Radeon Pro 450 GPU is designed “for extreme gaming performance.”

AMD is also selling a new motherboard called the “Athlon X3” which comes with the Athlons Graphics Card, which supports DirectX 11, 12, and Vulkan.

The AMD Athlon Athlon Graphics Card is designed and sold by the company for $249, with the option to upgrade to the Radeon Fury X, which comes in at $349.

The two chips are priced at $350 for the Athomos Graphics Card and $399 for the Radeon Athlon.

The $250 Radeon R5 400 is another high-powered chip, designed for high-bandwidth video streaming.

AMD is selling the Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card with the Radeon Vega 64 GPU at $249 for the card, and $299 for the Vega 64 Graphics Card with the AMD Vega 64 GPUs.

This graphics card has been built by AMD.

It features 4GB of GDDR5 memory running at 6GHz.

It is the first graphics card from AMD to have been built with the company’s new 14nm FinFET process, which produces more power per unit area.

AMD claims the Radeon Graphics CoreNext graphics architecture is “a new graphics architecture that combines the power of graphics processors and advanced graphics technologies, such as DirectX 11.2 and Vulkan.”

The Radeon Pro Duo graphics card features a new “highbandwidth” graphics processor that has been created specifically for video streaming, with up to 256GB of memory.

It comes in an “ultra high” configuration, which makes it capable of handling up to 32GB of VRAM.

AMD isn’t disclosing the price of the Radeon graphics cards, which are listed at $399 and $449, respectively.

There are also two Radeon RX 560 cards available for $250 each, and AMD has a Radeon RX 570 card with an AMD Radeon R6 graphics processor and 256GB memory for $299.

The “Broswell” graphics card will be available in November, and we’ll be able test it and report back with our impressions.

We’ve got a preview of the new GPU chips and motherboard on AMD’s web site.

For now, though, you can find out more about AMD’s