1. AMD Rushed to Take Down Its GPU Source Code That Was Leaked on GitHub  TechNadu
  2. AMD admits that details of its GPUs have been stolen  Techradar
  3. AMD's Big Navi and Xbox Series X GPU 'Arden' Source Code Stolen and Leaked  Tom's Hardware
  4. AMD admits details of its GPUs have been stolen  NewsDio
  5. AMD Releases Statement on Theft of Graphics IP  ExtremeTech
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Someone has uploaded the source code of AMD’s Navi and Arden GPUs on a GitHub repository, claiming it was somehow stolen from AMD.Someone has uploaded the source code of AMD’s Navi and Arden GPUs on a GitHub repository, claiming it was somehow stolen from AMD.

AMD Rushed to Take Down Its GPU Source Code Leaked on GitHub

AMD has made a statement about the stolen IP – while a hacker has made claims of her own.AMD says the stolen IP isn’t core to the security or competitiveness of its graphics products

AMD admits that details of its GPUs have been stolen | TechRadar

AMD has been having a particularly rough few months, apparently. The chip designer has revealed that a hacker stole test files for a "subset" of current and upcoming graphics hardware, some of which had been posted online before they were taken down. While AMD was shy on details, the claimed intruder told TorrentFreak that the material included source code for Navi 10 (think Radeon RX 5700 series), the future Navi 21 and the Arden GPU inside the Xbox Series X.AMD has been having a particularly rough few months, apparently. The chip designer has revealed that a hacker stole test files for a "subset" of current and upcoming graphics hardware, some of which had been posted online before they were taken down. While AMD was shy on details, the claimed intruder told TorrentFreak that the material included source code for Navi 10 (think Radeon RX 5700 series), the future Navi 21 and the Arden GPU inside the Xbox Series X.

A hacker stole and leaked the Xbox Series X graphics source code | Engadget

AMD has reported a theft of confidential IP, but doesn't believe the attacker gained access to anything related to core ...AMD has reported a theft of confidential IP, but doesn't believe the attacker gained access to anything related to core performance or security implementations.

AMD Releases Statement on Theft of Graphics IP - ExtremeTech

An online GDC talk from Intel developer, Allen Hux, has detailed how game devs could use existing DirectX 12 techniques to get both its Xe discrete and integrated GPUs working together for the greater good. The greater good is higher frame rates in your games, by the way.In actual fact the techniques Hux introduces would work for any discrete graphics card when paired up with an Intel processor, maybe even an AMD chip with some of that Vega silicon inside it too. Existing DirectX 12 techniques mean Intel's new Xe GPU could deliver higher performance when working with CPU graphics

Intel details how it could make Xe GPUs not suck for DX12 games | PC Gamer

AMD's source code for its Navia and 'Arden' Xbox Series X GPUs was posted to Github. The info is yours for a cool $100 million

AMD's Big Navi and Xbox Series X GPU 'Arden' Source Code Stolen and Leaked | Tom's Hardware

The Work From Home economy is set to boost data center demand. AMD is poised to take market share from Intel in the growing data center space. The stock has lonThe Work From Home economy is set to boost data center demand.AMD is poised to take market share from Intel in the growing data center space.The stock has long term EPS potential above $3 making the s

AMD: Work From Home Boost - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) | Seeking Alpha

Leaks happen all the time and we rarely know exactly how this information gets out unless legal action is taken. Today, AMD has issued a statement from a leakLeaks happen all the time and we rarely know exactly how this information gets out unless legal acti

AMD issues statement on December GPU leaks | KitGuru

The chip maker is working with law enforcement to track down the suspect, who’s threatening to leak more of the stolen information on the internet.The chip maker is working with law enforcement to track down the suspect, who’s threatening to leak more of the stolen information on the internet.

AMD's Navi, Arden Graphics Technology May Have Been Stolen in Hack | PCMag

AMD is the chip manufacturer behind the countless PC graphics processing units (GPU) and even the 12.155 teraflops monster inside the Xbox Series X. While the company has been riding a wave of stellar publicity recently, it looks like it has quite a serious situation on its hands.AMD is the chip manufacturer behind the countless PC graphics processing units (GPU) and even the 12.155 teraflops monster inside the Xbox Series X. While the company has been riding a wave of stellar publicity recently, it looks like it has quite a serious situation on its hands.

Hacker allegedly steals AMD Navi 21 and Xbox Series X GPU test files, demands $100 million | Windows Central