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The new Radeon RX 7600 graphics card is now available in New Zealand! There are a range aftermarket cooler designs from top brands Sapphire, ASRock, PowerColor and Gigabyte which are all looking awesome, great news for those wanting to nab one on launch day!
The Radeon RX 7600 is a graphics card designed for those wanting to game at 1920x1080 resolution and AMD has revealed specific details on the average framerates that can be expected in a range of games. This includes the newly released Star Wars Jedi: Survivor at 76FPS (DX 12 + high settings), Hogwarts Legacy at 82FPS (DX 12 + ultra settings) and Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 at 108 (DX 12 + Extreme Settings); along with many of the usual esports chart toppers, Fortnite at 125FPS, Apex Legends at 178FPS and Rocket League at 374FPS average. Looking at the footnotes, their test system paired the Radeon RX 7600 graphics card with a Ryzen 7600X Processor & 32GB of DDR5 RAM.
via AMD "Break through new levels of performance with up to 8GB of GDDR6 memory and blazing fast clock speeds for an incredible gaming experience. Radeon™ RX 7600 graphics cards feature advanced AMD RDNA™ 3 compute units, with second-generation raytracing accelerators and new AI accelerators to deliver remarkable performance while maximizing graphical fidelity."
With the numbers posted, it's going to be good to watch all the new gameplay performance videos pop up online as new owners get hands on and start testing for themselves; especially temperatures from the aftermarket coolers, noise levels and of course, overclocking performance.
Much like the newly released RTX 4060 Ti, all of the new AMD RX 7600 aftermarket options have a standard 8-Pin power input. This makes upgrades from previous generation a fairly easy process; and with both HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, they are ready to run with both high speed gaming monitors and big screen TVs to suit your setup. The 2-slot form factor is a good fit for all sorts of systems chassis too, so new PC builders will get to choose from a massive range case options there as well.