It seems we are in a sort of launch season for graphics cards. NVIDIA is doing their RTX 40 Super series “refresh” with three new cards and earlier this month at CES, AMD announced their Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card. When AMD released the Radeon RX 7600 last year we were wondering how they would come up with an XT version as the 7600 (non-XT) completely maxed out their Navi 33 silicon. Well what they’ve done with the 7600 XT is first double the VRAM, so you are getting 16GB of GDDR6 across a 128-bit wide memory interface. They have also upped the clocks with the game clock being at 2470 MHz (up from 2250 MHz) and boost clock at 2775 MHz (up from 2660 MHz). Besides that you have the same maxed out Navi 33 silicon with 2,048 stream processors, 64 AI accelerators, 32 Ray accelerators, 128 TMUs, 64 ROPs, as well as 32MB of Infinity Cache. AMD will not be offering a reference card for the Radeon RX 7600 XT, so we have Sapphire’s Radeon RX 7600 XT Pulse card. This card offers a factory overclock with the game clock set at 2539 MHz and boost clock at 2810 MHz. Will this be a card to pick up in 2024? Read on as we find out!
GPU: Boost Clock: Up to 2810 MHz
GPU: Game Clock: Up to 2539 MHz
Memory: 16GB/128 bit DDR6. 18 Gbps Effective
Stream Processors: 2048
RDNA™ 3 Architecture
Ray Accelerator: 32
AI Accelerator: 64
The Radeon RX 7600 XT Pulse graphics card comes in Sapphire’s standard retail packaging. There is no picture of the card on the front of the box, there is just some massive text that lets us know it is the Radeon RX 7600 XT and that this is the overclocked edition.
Flipping over to the back many of the features of the card are detailed.
Getting everything out of the box all you’ll find is the card itself and a quick installation guide.