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At this year’s E3 in Los Angeles, AMD announced its newest partnership with game developer Ubisoft to deliver blazingly fast and optimized performance, higher frame rates and reduced latency in DX12 for Radeon gamers in the company’s latest title Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.

This collaboration follow’s AMD’s work on Far Cry 5 to ensure that gamers only experience exceptional image quality and high frame rates, all thanks to Vega’s features such as Rapid Packed Math and Shader Intrinsics.

AMD also showcased new ready-to-game partner systems, such as the newly announced Acer Predator Helios 500 notebook, highlighting AMD’s growing portfolio of systems taking over the global gaming market. At the PC Gaming Show and on the E3 show floor, fans were able to check out Acer Nitro 50 desktops equipped with 2nd Gen Ryzen CPUs and Radeon RX580 GPU’s running Star Control®: Origins.

The company also highlighted a number of technologies that allow for new gaming experiences, as well as its involvement in eSports, marking an evolution in the gaming industry.

The new Ryzen 7 2700x processor, included in AMD’s recent release of second-generation Ryzen processors, is ideal for any gamer. It’s Capable of delivering 100 frames per second in both AAA and eSports titles, and is designed to handle the most competitive gaming scenarios.

Radeon FreeSync technology continues its widespread adoption, now supported on more than 20 Samsung TVs, bringing tear-free, smooth and open gameplay to an entirely new, big screen format.

Working with teams like Fnatic, AMD is arming the world’s most competitive eSports players with powerful gaming Ryzen processors, enabling players to focus on the match, rather than worry about hardware or tools, for the best possible experience.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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