AMD has officially released the RX 7600, their next entry-level graphics card. It will share space with the RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX, all of which use the same RDNA 3 structure. The RX 7600, on the other hand, has extra fans, faster clock speeds, and more memory.
Also, when compared to the previous RX 6600, the RX 7600 costs $269 less. According to the enterprise, the new GPU will easily run games at 1080p quality and a minimum of 60 fps. Furthermore, the majority of popular games exceed that limit.
The RX 7600 has 8GB of GDDR6 memory with a memory throughput of 18Gbps. According to AMD, 8GB is the sweet spot for 1080p gaming. An unexpected 65 per cent of consumers prefer to play at 1080p. AMD says that the RX 7600 has 29 per cent greater visual quality on average, in comparison to RX 6600.
RX 7600: Lessons from RX 6600
The new GPU should be less of a disaster than the RX 6600, particularly considering the reduced cost.
The RX 6600 has poor ray tracing and limited scaling capabilities, as observed in many experts’ assessments. Furthermore, the cost was all over the place due to a lack of parts throughout the product’s launching cycle. Also, the graphics card does not support a maximum resolution of 1080p.
With the assistance of AMD Fidelity FX Super Resolution feature, AMD promises that gamers will be capable of playing 260 games in a higher 1440p quality. However, if you decide on gaming at higher resolutions, your fps may most likely drop below 60 for some games.
Streamers will also profit from the card. AMD claims that the RX 7600 will be capable of encoding the AV1 visual codec in hardware. This allows for better video quality with less storage space while maintaining the same streaming bitrate. Also, that’s fantastic news for everyone who wants to watch games on YouTube.