May 22, 2023 – In a surprising development, Canadian retailer Canada Computers has recently made available the highly anticipated AMD Radeon RX 7600 custom graphics cards on their online platform. This new lineup includes models from Gigabyte and XunJing, both priced at around $300 USD, aligning closely with the earlier leaked price point of $299 USD (approximately ¥2,099 CNY at the time of reporting by IT Home).
Scheduled to lift the embargo on performance benchmarks on May 24 and officially release on May 25, the AMD RX 7600 is expected to reveal its true capabilities. RedGamingTech suggests that this graphics card may offer a 17% performance boost compared to the RTX 3060 12GB, marking a significant leap in power.
Recent leaks indicate that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 8GB and the AMD Radeon RX 7600 8GB are poised to deliver comparable performance. However, it’s worth noting that the RTX 4060 might hold an advantage in games that utilize DX12 or ray tracing APIs.
While the pricing for the RTX 4060 8GB has already been announced, starting at $299 USD in the United States and ¥2,399 CNY in China, it is expected that the AMD Radeon RX 7600 8GB graphics card will be priced competitively.
Rumors have circulated that even at a price point of $269 USD, the AMD RX 7600 graphics card would still generate substantial profits. Therefore, the $299 USD price tag could be a smokescreen, with the possibility of the RX 7600 8GB being priced even lower.
Based on previous leaks, the RX 7600 is said to feature the Navi 33 XL GPU, equipped with 32 compute units amounting to 2048 stream processors. It will come with 8GB of GDDR6 memory with a 128-bit memory interface. The GPU Boost frequency is expected to reach 2655 MHz, with some reports suggesting an actual frequency of up to 2.85 GHz. The memory specifications are identical to the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, offering a maximum bandwidth of 288 GB/s. Additionally, the RX 7600 will utilize a PCIe 4.0 x8 connection, similar to the RTX 4060 series.
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