The Radeon RX 7600, a $269 entry-level graphics card based on AMD’s RDNA 3 architecture, has just been launched. For gamers, this is going to be a pretty great deal! The RX 7600 is capable of running games at 1080p with 60 frames/second, which is incredible. What does the AMD RX 7600 feature, though? Is it worth buying or making the upgrade? Let’s find out.
The RX 7600 comes with:
- 32 compute units
- 8GB of GDDR6 RAM
- a 2.25GHz base clock
- a 2.66GHz boosted clock
- it consumes 165W of power,
The GPU will kick on sales starting tomorrow (May 25). The deal is significantly great, especially because it’s less than the RX 6600 XT’s $379 launch pricing.
What’s best about this GPU is the fact that it isn’t actually for those looking to build their first gaming PC, replace outdated GPUs like the GTX 1650 with support for new features, or run less-demanding games like Fortnite. Instead, it’s for those users who are looking to run less-demanding games like Fortnite.
What are your thoughts on AMD’s latest RX 7600? Would you give it a try?
What games can you play using AMD’s Radeon RX 7600?
With both games’ settings at their highest, AMD claims the RX 7600 can run the latest Star Wars Jedi: Survivor at up to 76 frames/ second, which is definitely going to make many gamers happy! Also, you can try The Last of Us Part I at about 62 frames/ second. How cool is that?!
And here’s the coolest thing! If you choose to play games at 1080p (the highest settings), AMD estimates that the RX 7600 will be around 29% quicker than the previous model, the RX 6600. The company claimed, too, that the RX 7600 can handle Stable Diffusion up to 1.63 times quicker than its predecessor. Do you know what that means? It actually means that it’s well-tailored for some AI stuff!
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