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Hacker Leaks Xbox Series X GPU Source Code - Thurrott.com

Hacker Leaks Xbox Series X GPU Source Code - Thurrott.com
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AMD has confirmed that a hacker has stolen and leaked some of the source code for its custom Xbox Series X graphics processor, as well as that for an upcoming PC-based graphics card.

We believe the stolen graphics IP is not core to the competitiveness or security of our graphics products [and] we are not aware of the perpetrator possessing any other AMD [intellectual property], an AMD statement explains. We are working closely with law enforcement officials and other experts as a part of an ongoing criminal investigation.

AMD says that it was first contacted about the theft in December 2019, so we can guess that this weeks admission wont be a surprise to Xbox Series X maker Microsoft. But this episode is just the latest in a series of AMD leaks, marketing gaffs, and other issues that must confound the software giant.

For example, in January, AMD inexplicably published a video purporting to show off the Xbox Series X expansion ports, but . And while the 15-inch Surface Laptop is available in an AMD variant for consumers , that version is notable only for its poor performance and battery life.
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