Graphics, Hardware, VR World

After 30 Years of Graphics and Gaming, Radeon is at a Crossroads

Later this week AMD will hold a birthday celebration, in honor of 30 years of innovation in graphics and gaming at both AMD and its GPU predecessor ATI. The event, hosted by the company’s Chief Gaming Scientist Richard Huddy, looks back at what the company — and its predecessor in the GPU world ATI — have done with gaming, graphics and GPUs evolving from the VGA Wonder and Mach8 to the Radeon 290X and APU. But the days of the perpetual graphics card arms race, the drive to push performance from these boards, may soon be coming to a close. A recent report by JPR