Asus unveils new Radeon RX 7600 graphics card
Asus has announced the addition of fresh offerings to their renowned ROG Strix Raptor and DUAL series, encompassing the ROG Strix Radeon RX 7600, Dual Radeon RX 7600, and Dual Radeon RX 7600 V2. The firm purports that these graphics cards strike an impeccable balance between affordability and gaming prowess, boasting phenomenal visual allure and fluid performance.
The ROG Strix Radeon RX 7600, when juxtaposed with its predecessor, operates more silently under comparable temperature conditions. The crisply defined lines and vibrant contrasting elements impart a distinct personality to the new product. The combination of black and silver metallic tones allows the graphics card to seamlessly merge into various hardware environments. The graphics card features RGB LED lights, allowing players to personalize the color scheme, and synchronize with other compatible devices through ASUS Aura Sync.
The new graphics card, with a thickness of 2.9 slots, has embraced an efficient heat dissipation solution. It’s equipped with two 11-blade Axial-Tech axial fans that ensure a steady airflow, and a dual-ball bearing design that guarantees an extended lifespan. An aluminum backplate with ventilation holes reinforces airflow and supports 0db technology, rendering the device entirely silent under lighter workloads. Furthermore, it incorporates dual BIOS functionality, allowing a choice between performance and silence modes.
The Dual Radeon RX 7600 and Dual Radeon RX 7600 V2 boast a more compact design. Their smaller form factor permits installation within more confined cases. While the heat sink design has been streamlined, it still allows for ample contact with the air, maximizing heat dissipation efficiency. This series of graphics cards is also outfitted with Axial-Tech axial fans and supports 0db technology, ensuring total silence under lighter workloads.
Asus professes that the Radeon RX 7600 graphics cards from the DUAL series are constructed based on the Auto-Extreme technology. This automated manufacturing process facilitates the completion of all soldering in a single pass. This reduces thermal strain on components, and avoids the use of harsh cleaning chemicals during production, thereby mitigating environmental impact, lowering manufacturing energy consumption, and yielding an overall more reliable product.