With both the Xbox One and PS4 packing GCN-based hardware, it’s fair to say AMD has the high-end console market covered. So, it’s no surprise Zhongshan Subor, a China-based electronics company, wants AMD in its own console, the “SUBOR”, which it plans to release by the end of the year.
We’ve been waiting for more info on AMD’s hardcore, 16-core CPU known as Threadripper since it was announced. Now we know exactly when we’ll get it, and how much it’ll cost. Here’s the Australian prices and release dates for AMD’s new top-of-the-line, high-performance desktop CPUs.