Seemingly official RX 7600 vs RX 6600 specifications comparison sees RDNA 3 GPU offer almost 2.4x compute performance with higher TBP
AMD’s first affordable RDNA 3 GPU, the RX 7600, could become official in a few days. As is the case with every new GPU launch, we already have an idea about the specifications and price of the RX 7600 thanks to a plethora of reports that have been making rounds on the internet. It seems confirmed RX 7600 specifications have now leaked courtesy of HD Tecnologia who shared what appears to be a spec sheet from an official reviewers guide for the reference RX 7600 model that pits the RDNA 3 card against the RX 6600.
For starters, the specifications listed in the sheet are in line with a GPU-Z leak from a few days ago with some minor adjustments. For instance, the spec sheet mentions the RX 7600 packs 32 RDNA 3 Compute Units, 8 GB of 18 Gbps video memory, a 128-bit wide bus, and a Game clock of 2,250 MHz. However, the boost clock listed in the datasheet is 30 MHz lower than the one revealed by GPU-Z. This prompts us to think that the GPU-Z listing could be for an AIB SKU.
On the performance side of things, the RX 7600 allegedly boasts up to 21.75 TFLOPS of Peak Single Precision Performance which is roughly 2.4 times as much as the RX 6600 (8.93). For reference, NVIDIA has claimed that the RTX 4060 and the RTX 4060 Ti offer 15 and 22 TFLOPS of Shader compute performance respectively.
Perhaps the biggest surprise coming from the leaked spec sheet is the RX 7600’s Total Board Power (TBP) of 165 W, a significant 33 W more than the RX 6600 (132 W). AMD is reportedly recommending users opt for a 550 W PSU vs the company’s recommendation of a 450 W unit for the RX 6600. This is in stark contrast to the RTX 4060 and the RTX 4060 Ti both of which are rated for much less power consumption vs their predecessors.
Sadly, we still don’t know whether the RX 7600 price will come in at or below US$300 as the datasheet mentions no MSRP.