After a fierce battle against Team Green’s GPUs targeting 4K and 1440p gaming, AMD has finally unveiled the Radeon RX 7600 to meet the demands of 1080p gaming in 2023.
This graphics card is specifically designed to cater to budget builds while incorporating the latest technologies. Priced at USD299, AMD directly competes with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 by matching its price point. However, AMD is primarily targeting gamers who invest their time in popular competitive multiplayer titles such as MOBAs and FPSs.
With 32 Compute Units and 32 Ray Accelerators, the Radeon RX 7600 may not be the ideal choice for enabling ray tracing, especially considering its limited 8GB of VRAM. While this may not pose an issue for the aforementioned game categories, it could be problematic for users looking to maximize graphical settings in modern titles.
On the bright side, the power consumption of the Radeon RX 7600 is relatively low, at 165W. As such, AMD recommends a standard 550W PSU for optimal performance so you don’t need to go too overboard with power supply options.
In terms of technologies, the graphics card supports expected features like AV1 encoding, as well as FidelityFX Super Resolution and Radiance Display Engine. It is equipped with DP 2.1 and HDMI 2.1a, enabling support for the latest and future monitors.
For Malaysia, we’ll see the card having an RM1,399 starting price with the higher echelon reaching RM1.5k to RM1.6k.
As for whether it is worth the money even in 2023, check out our review.