AMD launches Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card with 16 GB of VRAM

AMD launched this Wednesday (24) the Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card, which hits the market bringing some updates compared to the standard model. Revealed during CES 2024 in Las Vegas, in the United States, it focuses on the entry and intermediate segments.

Based on RDNA 3, the version comes with 16 GB of VRAM, double that of the RX 7600, maintaining the 128-bit memory bus, 18 Gbps speed and 32 computing units. Improvements are also noted in the base clock speeds, at 2.47 GHz, and turbo clock speeds, which reach 2.76 GHz.

AMD's new GPU is aimed at gamers and content creators.AMD's new GPU is aimed at gamers and content creators.Source: AMD/Disclosure

AMD's new GPU features gaming performance and raytracing up to 1.9 times faster than NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 in selected games running at 1080p, as explained by the manufacturer. The model also supports games at 1440p resolution, offering higher fps in titles such as Forza Horizon 5, resident Evil 4 It is Starfield.

Advanced artificial intelligence technologies are present in the AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT, also serving professionals who work with image editing and content creators. It is worth highlighting that the modifications increased the board's power to 190Wan increase of 25W compared to the previous version.

Price and availability

Another highlight in the graphics card's technical sheet is the encoding and decoding media engine, which promises to unlock advanced multimedia experiences with support for the AV1 codec, offering a wide range of colors. High dynamic range improvements are another addition associated with the feature.

Compatible with Windows 10, Windows 11, Linux x86 and Ubuntu x86 operating systems, the GPU supports monitors with HDMI 2.1a and DisplayPort 2.1 standards, enabling the execution of content in 4K and high refresh rates.

The AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT hits the global market with a suggested price of US$329, the equivalent of R$1,623 at the exchange rate of the day, without considering taxes and fees. In Brazil, the new GPU is now available in some online stores costing in the range of R$2,500.

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