Videocardz recently shared photos of AMD’s RX 7600, but in its reference model. It turns out that the card is compact while offering a visual similar to that of the RX 7900 released so far!
RX 7600: the MBA card shows itself!
As we told you, the card is in the exact same vein as the RX 7900 MBA already released. It has a black shell with a RADEON logo on the edge. Moreover, this model seems to be devoid of any RGB lighting except for the logo. Moreover, the two fans are shaped like the 7900 XTX/X. Otherwise, on the back of the card, we have a backplate with the RADEON logo.
Of course, this design allows AMD to offer a compact card measuring only 21 cm in length. In addition, it will occupy only two slots in a case.
In terms of connectivity, three DisplayPort 2.1 outputs are included as well as a single HDMI 2.1. The power supply part will require an 8-pin PCIe connector. Coupled with the PCIe slot of the motherboard, the card will have enough ballast to consume up to 225W.
Finally, the configuration is based on a Navi 33 GPU containing 32 compute units. This gives us a total of 2048 stream processors running at up to 2655 MHz in boost. As for the memory, it runs at 18 Gbps, which, coupled with a 128-bit bus, allows a bandwidth of 288 GB/s. Finally, there is a PCIe 4.0 x8 interface.
We just have to wait before knowing the price, but it should arrive from May 25.