Except... AMD was showing off Project Quantum at E3 a year prior. >_>This is a stolen Zotac Design Zotac should claim the patent.
That seems quite unlikely. For one thing, AMD wouldn't want to upset companies who are buying tens of millions of their chips by directly competing with them. And for another, AMD doesn't have any first-party game development studios or anything like that, nor is there really any room for another major player in the console market.If you're into conspiracy theories, there is another angle that we haven't explored. Although Project Quantum was originally designed be a gaming PC, what if AMD suddenly decided to turn it into a gaming console? It would make sense to put Project Quantum into hibernation until the chipmaker has made sufficient advancements in both the processor and graphics card spaces to bring the project back to life. AMD also produces the CPU and GPU for both upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles so the chipmaker obviously knows the secret recipe.