Acer was introduced to the black of custom graphics at the hands of Intel and its Arc series graphicsbut now we know that it will also manufacture its own graphics AMD Radeons. According to some leaks from the Asian medium Xfastest (via Videocardz), Acer is preparing the launch of nothing less than two Predator BiFrost graphics with an AMD graphics chip inside.
It is clear that Acer has more confidence in AMD, and that is that Intel only launched a Predator BiFrost graphics card. This desEsports Extrasis linked to the Intel Arc with 16 GB of VRAM. Currently, it is one of the best graphics cards that can be bought on the market, since it is the most affordable Intel Arc that can be found on sale. Additionally, it has also been announced that Acer will launch a Predator BiFrost Intel Arc A750. Not surprising, as it is by far the best graphics card you can buy for the price. That is, the best option to play at 1080p at 60 FPS.
For now, Acer will settle for two Predator BiFrost Radeon RX 7600s.
In its debut, Acer will settle for launching two AMD Radeon RX 7600 graphics. In essence, they are the same GPU, except that they will offer a factory overclocked variant. Although the Radeon RX 7600 is not the best option to debut, at least you can take advantage of the cooling system used by Intel with some adjustment. In essence, the other option they had was the Radeon RX 7900 series, and it stands to reason that they are not prepared to offer a cooling system for a top-of-the-range GPU.
If they follow the same strategy that we have seen in Intel, the strategy would be to offer the most affordable Radeon RX 7600 on the market. This would allow it to offer a better balance in terms of return per euro invested with respect to to the Radeon RX 6650 XT. It must be remembered that this previous generation GPU is a better option. While it is slightly less powerful, it is also much cheaper. It is because of that the RX 7600 has to drop in price to be a logical product.
Unlike the GeForce RTX 4060, that offer the NVIDIA DLSS 3At the software level, the new generation graphics from AMD do not offer any benefit. So it all comes down to how much each FPS costs you on AMD to see which is the GPU that gives the most performance for the money invested.
Specifications of the first Acer Radeon RX 7600
Predator BiFrost Radeon RX 7600 looks like its 2,048 Stream Processors arrive at a base frequency of 1720MHz and a Turbo frequency of up to 2.655MHz. That is, the same speeds as the reference model. In the case of the Predator BiFrost Radeon RX 7600 OCwe see how the maximum frequency increases up to 2,725 MHz. That is, just an improvement of 70 Hz easy to achieve by any user, even if he is not an expert.
According to the leaks, this graphic will go on sale at a local price at the exchange of 274 dollars. Its overclocked version arrives by 290 dollars. On the other hand, its Intel Arc A750, with factory overclock, will arrive for 258 dollars. It is evident that all these graphics arrive to compete with the GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti graphics.
For reference, Acer’s Intel Arc A770 can already be found in the United States for 281 dollars. For that price, it is evident that it is by far the best option on the market. After the latest driver updates, it easily outperforms a GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. On the other hand, the cheaper GeForce RTX 3060 Ti is hovering around 325 dollars. In this way, it is more than evident that Intel is forcing AMD and NVIDIA to reduce the price of their graphics. For now, it can be said that it is working.