SAPPHIRE is planning to release a new RDNA 3 graphics card called the PULSE AMD Radeon RX 7600, according to a new photo that surfaced online today. The photo was reportedly taken at an Asian retailer, and while the box art doesn’t provide any clues as to whether the graphics card might look any different from SAPPHIRE’s existing Radeon RX 7900 Series, it can confirm that the Navi 33 GPU will feature 32 Compute Units, 32 MB of Infinity Cache, and 8 GB of memory. AMD has priced its Radeon RX 7600 graphics cards for as low as $249, if the source of the image is to be believed.
From a VideoCardz report:
A closer look at the packaging confirms that Radeon RX 7600 features 32 RDNA3 CUs, so a full configuration of Navi 33 GPU of 2048 Stream Processors. The card is also equipped with 32MB of Infinity Cache.
The tip claims that the card is priced at around $249; however, we were unable to independently confirm this information, so take this with a pinch of salt. Earlier rumors have suggested that the card might launch on May 25th, which should be on the same week NVIDIA launches its RTX 4060 Ti graphics card. It will no doubt be a busy week for reviewers.