If the rumors about the alleged launch date of the Radeon RX 7600 point to May 26, 2023 as the date to mark on the calendar, it is no wonder that in these hours the rumors about this card are literally crowding.
The latest news to appear on the net concerns the renderings of the custom version Sapphire Pulsean installation that now represents a real point of reference for fans of the red team.
Needless, probably, to reiterate that this intensification of the rumors about Radeon RX 7600 indirectly go to confirm in some way also those concerning a possible cut to the upper ranges, thus widening the performance gap between the two flagships released at the end of 2022 and this 7600, which in fact represents the first concrete opening to the mainstream market by AMD with the RDNA3 architecture.
The card, which should boast 32 CU RDNA3 and therefore 2048 cores, has not yet shown the “base” frequency values, but the specifications of the Sapphire model you’ll see below appear to indicate 2.6 GHz in boost. Dedicated video memory for this card should be from 8 GB of GDDR6 type on 128-bit buswith potential that therefore follows those that the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti should also show off, but with a price point that should be decidedly more aggressive for the red bank.
A further limitation, in addition to the memory bus, concerns the maximum support up to 8 PCIe Gen4 lanesbut even that shouldn’t be a huge problem for this card, which should cost around $300.