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As financial week rolls along this week, today AMD announced their second quarter 2015 financial results. Earlier this month ahead of today’s announcement the company issued a warning for their Q2 earnings, significantly revising down their projections for revenue and gross margin. As a result of AMD’s earlier warning today’s announcement doesn’t have too many surprises in it, but it’s none the less an important and unfortunately painful quarter for AMD. AMD Q2 2015 Financial Results (GAAP) Q2'2015 Q1'2015 Q2'2014 Revenue $942M $1.03B $1.44B Gross Margin 25% 32% 35% Operating Income -$137M -$137M $63M Net Income -$181M -$180M -$36M Earnings Per Share -$0.23 -$0.23 -$0.05 For the quarter AMD recorded $942 million in revenue. This marks the first time in quite a number of years that AMD’s quarterly revenue has dipped below $1 billion, indicating the challenges the company has faced as the PC market continues to be...

ULi M1575 for ATI Crossfire – SATA2 and Fast USB for the ATI Chipset

ULi delivers a South Bridge for the ATI chipset with SATA2 and competitive USB Performance.

15 by Wesley Fink on 10/13/2005

Pentium M Dual Core in January 2006 - Summary of the Intel Mobile Roadmap

Intel's next generation mobility CPU is almost upon us. We have new information detailing the release schedule and product names of these new chips inside!

34 by Peter Mayerhofer on 10/6/2005

Investigations into Socket 939 Athlon 64 Overclocking

Many people don't fully understand the intricacies of overclocking, particularly with the Athlon 64 options. Our goal here is to provide some detailed information about overclocking as well...

100 by Jarred Walton on 10/3/2005

The Gray Market Dry Up: No More Whitebox AMD Chips

Did you notice the lack of OEM AMD components in the retail channel? Get used to it, AMD is cleaning up its gray market.

30 by Kristopher Kubicki on 10/3/2005

ATI’s Crossfire: Best Overclocker on the Market?

ATI has finally unleashed Crossfire dual-GPU chipsets, but the biggest story is the launch of the most enthusiast-friendly chipset ever produced for Athlon 64. We take a closer look...

40 by Wesley Fink on 9/27/2005

NVIDIA Announces AMD Integrated Graphics

NVIDIA launches their long-awaited C51 AMD Integrated Graphics solutions with boards and systems expected in early October.

44 by Wesley Fink on 9/20/2005

SiS 756: PCI Express for AMD Socket 939

SiS released their first AMD PCI Express chipset several months ago. How does it compare with the nForce4 standard and our recent tests of ATI and ULi chipsets?

31 by Wesley Fink on 9/13/2005

Intel Enterprise and Corporate Roadmap - Q3'05 Update

Most people won't necessarily need to worry about the Enterprise section of the Intel roadmaps, but it does give some great insight into how big business works. See...

21 by Jarred Walton on 9/12/2005

Intel's 65nm Gameplan: Presler and Cedar Mill Updates

Intel's newest roadmap has some changes to upcoming product names and small details about Conroe emerge.

27 by Kristopher Kubicki on 9/9/2005

Athlon 64 X2: New Memory Dividers and Multitasking Performance

We originally hypothesized that multicore/multitasking environments would see a big performance gain from the new memory dividers supported by the latest rev of the core. Today, we put...

23 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/12/2005

nForce 4 SLI X16: Full Speed PCI Express

Today, NVIDIA is launching an update to its nForce 4 chipset. New motherboards will feature 2 full x16 PCI Express lanes and more features.

61 by Derek Wilson on 8/8/2005

Intel Q3'05 Roadmap: Conroe Appears, Speculation Ensues

Intel's successor to Netburst shows up on the roadmap for the first time. We've got launch dates as well as speculation before NDAs and details arrive...

33 by Kristopher Kubicki & Jarred Walton on 8/8/2005

Affordable Dual Core from AMD: Athlon 64 X2 3800+

After much pleading, we finally have an affordable Athlon 64 X2 based on a brand new cost-reduced core. We take a look at its performance and investigate claims...

110 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/1/2005

Q3'05 AMD Roadmap; DDR2 and New Sockets for AMD

Details on AMD's new FX-59 and X2 processors; new 1207 pin socket information for mobility and desktop; DDR2; Revision F and lots lots more!

51 by Kristopher Kubicki & Jarred Walton on 7/21/2005

Athlon 64 Revision E: Unofficial DDR500 Support

The latest 90nm AMD processors feature unofficial support for faster-than-DDR400 memory, without overclocking the rest of your CPU. We take a look at the performance that these faster...

37 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 7/11/2005

AMD Athlon 64 FX-57: The Fastest Single Core

AMD has just released a 2.8GHz version of its Athlon 64 line, further increasing its lead over Intel on the high end desktop. But is the performance worth the price?

55 by Derek Wilson on 6/27/2005

Athlon Dual Core: Overclocking the 4200+

The 4200+ is currently the lowest priced Athlon64 Dual Core. So how far can you push this entry level X2 on air cooling?

53 by Wesley Fink on 6/23/2005

Intel On the Offensive: Roadmap Details and Analysis

Intel is already hard at work on their next generation dual core processors: Yonah, Preseler, Sossaman, Paxville and Dempsey! Check inside for details on all of them!

57 by Kristopher Kubicki & Jarred Walton on 6/14/2005

IGP Rides Again: Chipset Roadmaps from NVIDIA, ATI

NVIDIA ignored their IGP market for the better part of a year while ATI kept trying to develop one. Both companies have some tight lipped IGP projects on...

10 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/26/2005

Intel's Pentium 4 670: Just Another Speed Bump

Intel has launched another Pentium 4 6xx speed grade; this time, hitting 3.8 GHz. We run a few of our standard tests to find out how the latest processor...

33 by Derek Wilson on 5/26/2005

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