Even though it’s been weeks since AMD introduced the Radeon RX 7600/7700 series for laptops, there’s still very little information available about the RDNA3 mobile architecture even three months later. There haven’t been many companies announcing gaming laptops that use these graphics, and even fewer have shipped out systems with them.
However, there have been some gaming benchmarks released that feature the slowest RDNA3 GPU for laptops, the Radeon RX 7600S. AMD has actually announced four different Navi 33 GPUs, with the RX 7600M XT being the fastest. This GPU has 4096 Stream Processors and 8GB of GDDR6 memory. It’s not a high-end GPU, but it should be competitive in the mid-range segment, which is currently dominated by the RTX 4060 series.
The early benchmarks appear to confirm this, as the RX 7600M XT reportedly scored 10451 points in the 3DMark TimeSpy graphics test and 30398 points in FireStrike.
These scores demonstrate that the RX 7600M XT can compete with the GeForce RTX 4060 Laptop GPU in Time Spy, and it’s actually 14.8% faster in FireStrike. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the video source doesn’t confirm the TGP specs of the Radeon GPU and the scores for other GPUs listed above are based on average data from 3DMark ranking.
In other words, results may vary, but it’s clear that there will be strong competition in the mid/entry-level segment. The same cannot be said for the high-end mobile series, as AMD has not announced any more powerful Radeon RX 7000 GPUs.