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AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT GPU Benchmarks & Review: Power Efficiency & Gaming



Sponsor: Get 10% off Squarespace purchases (https://geni.us/BqEpf) This review and testing compares the new AMD RX 7600 XT …

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Title: AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT: A Power-Efficient Gaming Solution for Budget-Conscious Gamers

In the rapidly evolving world of gaming graphics, AMD has unveiled its latest offering, the Radeon RX 7600 XT GPU. This mid-range graphics card promises to deliver impressive gaming performance while maintaining a commendable level of power efficiency.

The Radeon RX 7600 XT is built on AMD's RDNA 2 architecture, the same technology that powers the high-end RX 6000 series. However, it is priced significantly lower, making it an attractive option for budget-conscious gamers.

Benchmark tests reveal that the RX 7600 XT holds its own against its competitors in the mid-range market. It delivers smooth gameplay at 1080p and 1440p resolutions, with frame rates that exceed expectations for its price point.

One of the standout features of the RX 7600 XT is its power efficiency. AMD has managed to optimize

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  • Linus be clickbaiting with his sad face and clickbait title yet not making sense in his conclusions. Thank you for the honest thumbnail GN!

  • the thing with the 16gb is that it's irrelevant to performance, until it isn't. in certain games with high vram usage, usually for the purposes of raytracing, the 16gb can run okayish while the 8gb completely tanks into 5 fps, you can see ratchet and clank for example, or hitman 3, which this review omits.

  • Guess I'm getting a 6700XT, since it obliterates both for a similar price, lol

  • I think gamers Nexus secretly is the dolt behind user benchmarks "unbiasedness"

  • 5:50 I am new to computers and did not understand much of the graph nor of your talk about it, thank you for the efforts but these info should have been made simpler a bit for newbies

  • A lot of games require 10gb of vram but most gpu cards aren’t fast enough to handle new games at high graphics

  • The power requirements are so bizzare. Based on the power draw it would very easily run on a good 500w.

  • So you don’t think it’s a good card ignoring the price

  • ok
    but now the RX 6800 is going for $380.. GPU choice is getting hard

  • Going to be building a pc before the end of this summer and to be honest I think I'm going to get this one. at 329 I feel like its not a bad price and it has more vram than the regular 7600

  • countless people dream of being able to afford a GPU like this but yet Steve is slamming it around with total disregard. I am in awe of the time and effort this content cost to create but my god have a little care for the hardware that most folks can't afford. just comes off like hubris.

  • I say we just stop buying new gpus and gauge the eyes of the gpu market. If you got a new gpu 3 years ago, you still have 5-6 more years until you decide whether you want a new gpu or replace. No need to buy a new gpu every 2 years .

  • Nvidia shot itself in the leg with kinda bad rtx 4060
    Amd saw it and shot itself in the balls making an even worse card

  • I got one for 150 brand new is it good or not? U just compared it to another one just say if its good

  • The 4060Ti 8GB looks like a good deal for me. In my country both 7600xt and 4060Ti are similarly priced.

  • My hypothesis is that the 16GB VRAM will prove more worthwhile later at 1080p with Unreal Engine 5+ textures and so on.

    Fortunately, I won't need to upgrade for at least half a year, as lowering settings still works.

  • I don't understand AMD's strategy, they launch this card to make 6700xt looks good?

  • So if this is not worth it what's the better one for this price.

  • I have a i7 7700k with 32mb ram with an rx580. I want to upgrade my gpu because i cant afford to the whole system. The cheapest 7700XT is $629 AUD right now. Cheapest 7600XT is $500AUD the other alternative is a 6600xt which is around $530 AUD which one would you choose.

  • My first 3D graphics card was a 3dfx Voodoo3 3000 with 16MB from 1999. It runs at 166.66MHz, has 1 pixel pipeline with 2 texture mapping units (TMU). It's capable of a pixel fill rate of 166.66 megapixels/sec. and a texture fill rate of 333.33 megatexels/sec. It was frickin awesome back then.

    Fast forward 25 years later and we have this arguably mid-range graphics card for ~$330 that boosts up to 2,655MHz with 64 ROPs (pixel pipes) and 128 TMUs. If you do the math it's about 1,020x faster in both pixel fill rate and texture fill rate, and it also has a thousand times more VRAM.

    I'd buy this if only to have the satisfaction of having a GPU that's a thousand times greater in every way than my first 3D graphics card. Well, except for the polygon performance. The 3dfx was supposedly good for 7 million triangles/sec. but no one really talks about polygon performance these days anymore, so I wonder how many triangles/sec. the Radeon 7600 XT is capable of.

  • is the upgrade from 1650 super to 7600xt noticeable? like is it worth it

  • Oof, I paid 220 for my vanilla 7600 during a sale here in Mexico, I think I'll stick with it for a while.

  • But is FPS really the all-mother of statistics? I have some games running fine as FPS is concerned, but I have random textures or entire objects popping up way too late, and this is probably VRAM or memory bus width related. How do we compare image quality over quantity? I imagine I'm not the only person mostly playing single player at around 60-120 FPS and yes, still on 1080p, and for me visual fidelity is much more interesting than refresh rate.

  • I bought the 7600xt cheaper than 4060 which is a win win for me. More vram extra power for cheaper price

  • I respectfully disagree. I'm moving from an Nvidia RTX 2040 into the AMD RX 7600 XT and I'm stoked. Why pay Nvidias high price as a casual consumer?

    I almost went arc but they're too new.

    I do video editing and I'll share whether or not my workload improved.

    i7 9700k with 64gb of RAM

  • Tech Jesus, 7600xt, 6700xt and 6750xt cost the same in my country. Should i get the 7600xt since it has better vram and its better for productivity?

  • Well I just bought one, not much more than a 7600 and you get double the VRAM so tbh its worth it for that, and its not expensive. Compared to the RX 580 that I own, its going to make a massive difference.

  • I would buy this card over Radeon RX 6700 XT cause of AV1 encoding alone and it's only 30€ more expensive. It is a little slower.

  • Wow. The RX 7600 costs around 270$ just now on Amazon which is about 8% better than the RX 6600 I ordered October 2022 for 210$. They jumped the price 22% up for around 8% more performance. The RX 7600 XT 16 GB would be the candidate today for me (the Asus Dual model) but that is a whooping 340$, allmost exactly the same price I paid for my RX 6750 XT for my second system. The only big advantage is that the RX 7600 XT has 16 GB of VRAM but at what cost did they give you that.
    7000 series GPU's have experienced an considerable price jump as for today. The 7700 XT which would be the match for the RX 6750 XT costs a whooping 420$ and still has just 12 GB of VRAM. I see on the internet the RX 7700 XT outperforms the RX 6750 XT only on average of 5% but the pricing is insanely higher for the RX 7700 XT at about 15% higher what I paid a year ago. So you gain around 5% but pay 15% more.
    Overall I find the RX 7600 XT 16 GB GPU today as way to expensive but would not settle with less than 16 GB of VRAM on any GPU. So the RX 7600 XT is the only option I would recommend at this moment. Due to the 16 GB of VRAM.

  • All I took from this video is that the 4090 FE is powered by pure evil.

  • Managed to just barely get some of the new charts in this one! We were full-on production since the 4070 Ti Super review posted yesterday, but we used the extra couple hours to run some updated Baldur's Gate 3 numbers (and you also get to see patch improvements, which is cool) and the new power efficiency numbers. The efficiency stuff is super interesting. Looking forward to doing a standalone video for it. Learn more about that testing here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QruyaA0ZrLk

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