AMD Radeon 300 series to arrive on June 16th

Published: 28th May 2015, 13:42 GMT

AMD Presents PC Gaming Show

The PC Gaming Show website has been updated with a clockdown set for June 16th, when the event starts.

AMD Radeon 300 series to be released mid-June

According to SweClockers, AMD has forbid AIBs from showing any Radeon 300 graphics card on Computex.  Instead, AMD is planning a special event for PC Gamers currently set for E3 expo. This is where these cards will finally be shown to the public.

SweClockers claim that AMD has given a red light to all board partners for any kind of presentations or public announcement happening at Computex. It is quite disappointing to say at least.

If that’s all true, then the only new card to be shown at Computex is GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Maybe AMD AIBs will at least give us a glimpse at their new coolers?

Source: SweClockers, PCGaming Show


by WhyCry

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