AMD’s RX 7600 may share a key spec with Nvidia’s RTX 4060, but not in a good way
The latest rumors are flying around AMD Radeon RX 7600 Showing that it can challenge Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4060 in terms of specs.
Team Green beats Team Red in launching more affordable mid-range options GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and 4060 graphics card. But having said that, AMD’s RX 7600 still has a chance, if these leaked specs are to be believed.
According to the GPU-Z leak report graphics card, the graphics card will be equipped with the following specs: Navi 33 XL GPU with 32 CUs, 2048 stream processors for base, game and boost clock speeds of 1720, 2250 and 2655 MHz respectively, and GPU clock boost in real world to 2.85 GHz. Interestingly, the card has the same 8GB of GDDR6 memory as the RTX 4060 on a 128-bit bus. There are also rumors that the RX 7600’s PCIe interface will be limited to Gen4 and eight lanes, just like the RTX 4060.
no shortage Leaks and rumors about the Radeon RX 7600Although there is only official news due to AMD CEO and President Confirmed by Dr. Lisa Su On the first quarter 2023 earnings call.
AMD can still turn things around
Like Nvidia’s RTX 4060 Ti was called before manufacturers added 16GB models (more precisely third party made ones) with enhanced specs and lots of new features while still sticking to the previous generation’s 8GB VRAM is a bad idea. The biggest reason is that these cards can become oversaturated at higher quality settings, causing performance issues.
Another thing that worries AMD is the lack of a true DLSS Frame Generation competitor, a feature that has done wonders for boosting Nvidia’s graphics cards. Even though the RX 7600 is better than the RTX 4060 in terms of performance, it’s missing the boat without DLSS 3, a feature that Green’s team has been pushing hard for wider support in the best PC games.
if pricing rumors It’s believable because AMD’s and Nvidia’s cards cost the same with the same VRAM, but one will most likely have a performance and stability advantage over the other.
It’s important for AMD to undercut Nvidia in terms of MSRP first, and then quickly respond with DLSS 3 if Team Red wants to remain competitive this generation. Not to mention offering another model with more memory for the same price as the 4060 would really level the playing field. Maybe if we bullied AMD the way we did Nvidia, the former would consider ditching the 16GB model when it launches the RX 7600.