AMD is gearing up for an official announcement for its mid-range graphics card, the Radeon RX 7600. This will be the first RDNA3-based graphics card from AMD in the sub $300 price class.
The Radeon RX 7600 non-XT will see the light of day tomorrow and will be up for sale for $270.
In terms of specs, the AMD Radeon RX 7600 non-XT will be replacing its predecessor, the Radeon RX 6600.
Compared to the Radeon RX 6600, which comes equipped with 1792 cores, the upcoming Radeon RX 7600 will come equipped with 2048 cores and a boost clock of up to 2.66 GHz.
Furthermore, the Radeon RX 7600 will come equipped with 32 MB of infinity cache, similar to that of the Radeon RX 6600. However, according to AMD, it will use a newer generation and might have some performance benefits compared to the last generation.
The new Navi 33XL-based graphics card will also come with DisplayPort 2.1 support. But it will be up to the board partners to offer it. Additionally, the number of DisplayPort 2.1 ports will vary with the custom variants of the Radeon RX 7600.
The best part of the Radeon RX 7600 is its MSRP. AMD has now officially confirmed the MSRP of the new mid-range card at just $270. The price of the Radeon RX 7600 is indeed low compared to Radeon RX 6600, which launched at $329.
The Radeon RX 7600, on average, is 29% better in performance, according to AMD performance charts. These results were measured at 1080P resolution at Ultra settings. If these performance numbers are accurate, then the Radeon RX 7600 will be one of the better price-to-performance value cards on the market in the current generation.
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