AMD is one of the leaders in the GPU market. The company expected to launch its new Raven Ridge device in the coming months. On the other hand, PC maker Acer is adding an extensive range of configuration options to its GX line of their gaming desktops. The configurations of new-fangled #Amd Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 CPUs are intended for entry to mid-level gaming as stated by ACER recently. The company might also launch the Radeon Vega soon.

According to Frank Change, Senior Director at Acer, with the developing gaming market, Acer is working on providing wider desktop collection leveraging a diversity of processing, graphics and storage configurations.

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This will help customers to choose the system that best meets their needs.

Features and specs of the device

Now coming back to the original subject, AMD’s Ryzen, similar to Ryzen 3 1300X. The Ryzen 5 1500X provides all 16 MBs of L3 cache. On the top of it, parallel to other AMD’s desktop Ryzen chips, it supports 2 DDR4 remembrance networks at a speed of up to 2666 MHz through dualistic solitary rank DIMMs or 2400 Mhz with two dual rank DIMMs. In case you want to go four DIMMs, you’ll be restricted to 2133 with single rank memory or 1866 using dual rank memory.

Recently, the chip functioned well with different types of the XMP profile. The update also reveals that there is no concern locating the diverse memory kits with their XMP defaults at 3200 MHz or 3000 MHz. AMD is also rumored to launch the Radeon Vega GPU by the end of the year.

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The said GPU will compete with Nvidia's upcoming Volta GPU.

Reports on the internet

According to the latest publication, #Server versions, entitled Ryzen #Pro, will be announced somewhere between September- December 2017. They are named Naples. At present, Ryzen is just a CPU; however, AMD is said to declare Ryzen as APUs soon. The APUs is fundamentally prepared for individuals who don't have or anticipate buying a detached graphics card. Buzz has it that the Ryzen APU computers will have analogous graphics performance to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

Experts say that AMD vs Intel battle is truly escalating as Intel has declared its Core i9 collection of CPUs which rules with an 18-core chip with 36 threads, even madder than the Threadripper 1950X. The series of Threadripper chips is anticipated to be quite bigger than the contemporary Ryzen 7 and 5 CPUs. Stay tuned for more information on GPU news, updates, and rumors.