Got burning questions about AMD's Radeon Technologies Group? The division is holding a Reddit Q&A today from 10 AM to 5 PM US Central Time on the r/AMD subreddit. Here's the official description of the event:
The Q&A is open to all topics dealing with anything under the Radeon Technologies Group (the Radeon division of AMD). Some big secrets could be unveiled this Thursday, so bring your best questions! Likely topics of discussion will most likely include Vulkan, FreeSync, GPUOpen, Polaris, Fury X2, VR, DirectX 12, and anything else you're curious about.
We'll be keeping an eye on the thread as it progresses, but big news likely can't break from this event without equally challenging reader questions. If you're a Reddit member with a desire to know more about the Radeon Technologies Group, be sure to head over and pose a few. The moderators do suggest that questions about the upcoming Zen CPUs won't be considered, however, so anybody hoping to learn about those chips will be out of luck.
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