According to the information leaked by HD Tecnologia, the official specifications of the Radeon RX 7600 graphics card have been revealed. It seems that the RX 7600, which utilizes the RDNA3 architecture, will demand more power compared to its predecessor.
With a TBP (Typical Board Power) of 165W, the RX 7600 requires a minimum power supply of 550W. This represents a 33W increase in power consumption compared to the RX 6600 GPU based on the RDNA2 architecture. AMD has included a chart in their reviewer’s guide that outlines this power requirement change.
In addition to the leaked board power specifications, further details regarding clocks and memory configuration have now emerged just a few days prior to the official launch. It is worth mentioning that not all of this information is entirely new, as AMD had previously disclosed the Navi 33 specs for its mobile series. Nevertheless, we now have confirmation of a desktop variant.
The graphics card is set to be equipped with a game clock of 2250 MHz and a boost clock of 2625 MHz. These specifications closely align with what was previously leaked through GPU-Z, although the boost clock appears to be slightly lower for the reference model. Furthermore, it has been confirmed that the card will feature a complete configuration of 32 Compute Units and 2048 Stream Processors based on the Navi 33 GPU.
As per the leaked specifications, the RX 7600 graphics card is expected to boast faster memory in comparison to the RX 6600. Specifically, the RX 7600 will be equipped with 18 Gbps GDDR6 modules, resulting in a maximum bandwidth of 288 GB/s. Additionally, AMD has provided data regarding an effective bandwidth of 477 GB/s when factoring in the Infinity Cache, although this is only marginally higher than the RX 6600’s 413 GB/s. Despite the improved memory speed, the memory bus remains limited to 128 bits.
Similar to the RX 6600, the RDNA3 successor will feature an interface restricted to 8 lanes. According to the information we have, the Radeon RX 7600 is slated for an official launch on May 25th. However, AMD has not yet confirmed the pricing details.
Via HD tecnologia