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AMD accuses four of 100,000 document theft prior to NVIDIA defection

AMD accuses four of 100,000 document theft prior to NVIDIA defection

AMD has accused several former employees of stealing more than 100,000 confidential files before jumping ship to NVIDIA, potentially leaking trade secrets on high-profile gaming projects, and has filed for injunctive relief against the execs involved. "This is an extraordinary case of trade secret transfer/misappropriation and strategic employee solicitation," AMD writes in its complaint, ExtremeTech reports, alleging that some of its former team attempted to lure their ex-colleagues over to NVIDIA while also clearing out evidence that they'd raided AMD's document database.

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Lenovo Erazer X700 PC hands-on: beastly gaming in a sharp tower

Lenovo Erazer X700 PC hands-on: beastly gaming in a sharp tower

This week the folks at Lenovo have brought forth a beast: the Lenovo Erazer X700 takes on the gaming universe with a hammer-like appearance. This machine is taking on everything Lenovo knows about making the casing and surrounds a set of innards that includes dual-graphics support for NVIDIA GeForce or AMD Radeon HD GPUs, 3rd Generation Intel Core CPUs, and a massive amount of RAM: 32GB for the win. Have a peek at this machine up close and personal right here at CES 2013: Unveiled.

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AMD Radeon HD 8550M graphics leaked in ASUS VivoBook U38DT

AMD Radeon HD 8550M graphics leaked in ASUS VivoBook U38DT

It would appear that AMD is plotting a next generation line of mobile graphics, as a card from the company's 8000 series has appear in a listing for an incoming ASUS ultrabook. Details are still pretty slim, and when that's coupled with the fact that AMD has yet to announced the 8000 family of GPUs, it's hard to know what's really going on. Still, if the listing on German retailer Cyberport is to be believed, the ASUS VivoBook U38DT will ship with an AMD Radeon HD 8550M under the hood.

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AMD Opteron 6300 Series slots a 16-core Piledriver in your server rack

AMD Opteron 6300 Series slots a 16-core Piledriver in your server rack

AMD has launched its latest next-gen Opteron 6300 Series processors, aiming to power the server you buy tomorrow, and the more mainstream branch of its twin enterprise chip strategy. The new chips - which promise up to 24-percent higher performance versus the Opteron 6200 processors the new range replaces - use AMD's Piledriver core technology for reduced power consumption: that means cooler, faster servers that are cheaper to run.

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