AMD launches new graphics card at CES

AMD RX 7600 XT
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It's not just Nvidia presenting new graphics cards at this year's CES in Las Vegas. AMD is also there, and has presented their AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT, which aims at the mid range market with a reasonable price.

The amount of RAM on graphics cards has been the subject of much debate in the last generation of cards. It was highlighted a lot in connection with Nvidia's launch of the RTX 4060 cards, which landed with only 8GB of RAM, which in several cases proved to be a limitation.


It seems that AMD has learned from the blows that Nvidia received for the RTX 4060 cards. This means that at CES they have presented their AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card, which builds on the existing RX 7600 graphics card and gives it a RAM boost.


It is actually mostly only the amount of RAM that changes significantly with the new graphics card from AMD.

The number of Compute Units is the same, still based on AMD's RDNA3 architecture. We can also see a boost of 160 MHz on the clock speeds and an increase from 165W to 190W on Total Board Power (TBP).


The cards that AMD showed at CES were physically slightly larger than the normal RX 7600 card and come with two 8-pin PCIe connectors. DisplayPort 2.1 support has also become standard on the RX 7600 XT card.


The new configuration means you can look forward to a performance improvement of around 5-10% in most games. However, there were certain games that stood out in the comparison. It was, for example, Forza Horizon 5 with Ray Tracing turned on in the highest setting. Here, AMD showed a 40% performance improvement at 1080p and 1440p.


The new RX 7600 XT card seems to be around DKK 400-600 more expensive than the "normal" RX 7600 card. The card lands in stores from 24 January.

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