The Radeon RX 7600 XT is scheduled to launch on January 24, showcasing a minimum of 11 new designs, including at least two from the XFX lineup. Noteworthy is the company’s active preparation for the release of the Speedster SWFT 210 and QICK 309 models.
Sporting the Navi 33 XT GPU, the AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT retains the core count of 2048, similar to the RX 7600 SKU. While the core configuration remains unaltered, improvements are seen in clock speeds, and the power capacity is elevated to 190W by default. Accommodating this increased power demand, all announced RX 7600 XT cards will come equipped with two 8-pin power connectors.
XFX is preparing to unveil two models consecutively, with one initially teased by AMD now revealed in more comprehensive detail. Furthermore, additional images Videocardz have acquired verify the presence of another model, the SWFT 210. The SWFT 210 closely resembles the RX 7600, with a notable difference in the power connectors – the new model features two of them.
The notable enhancement for the “XT” SKUs comes from the increased memory capacity, now boasting 16GB. Despite this expansion, the GPU retains its 128-bit memory bus, and there is no alteration in the memory clock speed. The RX 7600 XT was not just marketed as a high-end 1080p gaming card but was also positioned for generative AI, catering to workloads that benefit from larger memory buffers.
Tailored for budget-conscious systems, the XFX RX 7600 XT SWFT 210 showcases a dual-fan design, dual 8-pin power setup, and a dual-slot construction. This model lacks factory overclocking and is expected to hit the market with a retail price aligned with AMD’s recommended MSRP of $329.
Conversely, the QICK 309 takes a more high-end stance, featuring a triple-fan and 2.5-slot cooler design. This variant comes with factory overclocking pre-installed. While XFX hasn’t officially revealed the precise clock speeds, it’s worth mentioning that the RX 7600 boasted a 9% higher base clock and a 4% higher boost clock. Similar boosts can be anticipated for the XT variant.
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