AMD Announces Radeon RX 7600 Desktop Graphics Card
After launching a new generation of desktop graphics cards last December, AMD has officially announced the third GPU in the Radeon RX 7000 line — the RX 7600, succeeding the Radeon RX 6600.
The Radeon RX 7600 features 8GB of GDDR6 memory, a board power of 165 watts, and 32 unified RDNA 3 compute units. AMD’s latest GPU is designed for players that prefer gaming at 1080p resolution. AMD claims the Radeon RX 7600 touts that the RX 7600 performs 34 percent better on average than Nvidia’s RTX 3060 8GB model and 17 percent better than the RTX 3060 12GB model for 60+ FPS and 1080p resolution.
Here’s a highlight of the specs:
- AMD RDNA 3 Architecture
- 8GB of GDDR6 Memory
- 2.25GHz Game Clock
- Up to 2.66GHz Boost Clock
- 32 Compute Units & Ray Accelerators
- 165 Watts of Total Board Power
- Support for AV1 HW. Encoding
The RX 7600 is designed to be a budget-friendly 1080p GPU and is a good competitor to Nvidia’s recently-released RTX 4060 Ti. While most GPUs today are typically aimed at 1440p or 4K gaming, AMD explains how 1080p is still relevant to the market, citing Steam’s April 2023 Hardware and Software survey, which shows that 65 percent of gamers are still playing games at this resolution.
The Radeon RX 7600 will launch on May 25 for a starting price of $299.
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