AMD Radeon RX 7600 reference graphics card leaks: measures less than 21 cm
In anticipation of their forthcoming mid-range graphics card built upon the RDNA 3 architecture, AMD is set to unveil the new Radeon RX 7600 next week. Word has it that the suggested retail price for the Radeon RX 7600 parallels that of its rival NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4060, standing at $299.
As reported by VideoCardz, the Radeon RX 7600 will have a reference design, boasting a length that doesn’t exceed 21cm, a dual-slot thickness, two fans adorning its heatsink, and is outfitted with a conventional 8-Pin power connector, alongside three DisplayPort 2.1 ports and a single HDMI 2.1 port.
This design stands as one of the most compact AMD reference cards of recent years, aptly suitable for smaller PC builds, though it remains uncertain if AMD’s partners will offer this design for sale. As a graphics card primarily targeted at 1080P performance, the lingering question pertains to the final pricing and the performance capabilities it will bring to the table.
The GPU powering the Radeon RX 7600 is the Navi 33 XL, featuring a 32MB Infinity Cache, equipped with 32 Compute Units (CUs), possessing 2048 stream processors, and accompanied by an 8GB GDDR6 VRAM, utilizing a PCIe 4.0 x8 interface. Other specifications of the new graphics card remain unconfirmed at this stage, with rumors suggesting a 128-bit memory bus width, and a memory speed of either 16Gbps or 18Gbps. Sources propose a base clock speed of 2250 MHz and a boost clock speed of 2655 MHz, with aftermarket products potentially pushing further, nearing 2850 MHz. Moreover, these graphics cards’ total power consumption should not exceed the 150W from the 8Pin connector plus 75W from the PCIe slot, in reality even lower, likely ranging between 140W to 180W.