Our proud pastime of PC gaming has been built on the idea of freedom. Freedom to choose. How to play the game. What to do and when to do it. And specifically, what to play it on. PC gaming has a long, proud tradition of choice. Whether you build and upgrade your own PCs, or order pre-built rigs after you’ve customized every detail online, you know that what you’re playing on is of your own making, based on your freedom to choose the components that you want. Freedom of choice is a staple of PC gaming.
Today, ASUS announced its AREZ-branded AMD Radeon RX graphics cards and over the coming weeks, you can expect to see more add-in board partners launch new brands carrying the AMD Radeon name.
AMD is pledging to reignite freedom of choice when gamers choose an AMD Radeon RX graphics card.
#AyyMDThe Asus Arez lineup won't be the only new Radeon-exclusive graphics card brand, AMD says.
Official Radeon Twitter video
Official Radeon site
I want to clarify something about HardOCP and it's Editor-in-Chief, Kyle Bennet, the person who broke the news about the Nvidia's GPP. He was a known Nvidia fanboy and troll before all of these. I used to be an avid reader of the site. So I'm pretty surprised to know it was him who published the GPP fiasco. I'm saying these just in case someone thinks he's being "whiteknighted."