Coming Next Month AMD Will Release A New Radeon Software Edtion

Topic: Software Updates


 AMD has just made a big announcement that entails a a next major annual drive update, Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition. This will replace the current Crimson ReLive drivers, AMD boast claims that particular driver amassed a 90 percent user satisfaction rating for the past 12 months.

Details about the upcoming Adrenalin driver is on the hush, but AMD is sharing that the driver is named after an Adrenalin Rose, the flower. AMD has stated that fully they're committed to updating their drives, especially when new gaming titles are released.

AMD has quoted the following: "As a reminder, over the past three years, Radeon Software has delivered to users 70 software releases, launch day support for more than 75 games and over 50 new or enhanced features, with more than 250 million downloads across the globe. Radeon Software continues to lead the way in elevating high-performance game developers".

The Adrenalin driver name is expected to be carried will into 2018, as did Crimson ReLive last year. In the coming weeks we should get full detail from AMD on what type of performance enhancements or features will be included in the driver update. Stay tune.



G.Skill Unveils Their Insanely Fast DDR-4600 Trident Z Memory Kit

Topic: Memory Kits



In other news, G.Skill has just revealed their DDR4-4600MHz CL 19 RAM kit made specifically for any system that sports the Intel Core i9X-Series with hand selected top-tier quality Samsung-B die IC components.

The main theme with this particular memory is high octane performance and speed, meaning you probably should not install this in a plain Ole ordinary rig, its made for systems that's meant for high performance gaming. The RAM itself will come in two color variants, one will sport an all silver unibody laced with white accents, while the other will be covered entirely in black with black accents.



Out the box, G.Skill's newest creation will come with CL19-23-23-3 at 1.5V, that's a 25% increase over any standard 1.2V memory module. The entire Trident Series DDR4-4600MHz kits will consist of a pair 8GBx2 modules totaling 16GB. What's so unique about this memory is its ability crack the 4000MHz barrier without the need for any specialize liquid cooling apparatus.



Both variants of the Trident Z DDR4-4600MHz memory kit is schedule to be released at the end of Sept 2017, via G.Skill authorization.