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AMD RX 7800 XT, 7700 XT and 7600 XT: a 40% improvement over their predecessors?

Getting a computer today is very expensive, especially if we opt for the most powerful and current components. We are talking about both NVIDIA RTX 40 and AMD RX 7000 graphics cards, along with AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel Core 13 processors. Although if you are one of those looking to have good performance for the price, the medium and upper-middle range of graphics cards is the most appropriate. Now that the specifications of the next graphics of AMDthe RX 7800XT, 7700XT, 7600 and 7600XTso we have to be attentive to see what they surprise us with.

When NVIDIA launched its RTX 4090 A few months ago, it outperformed every other graphics card on the market by a huge margin of performance. Although of course, it was sold in USA at about 2,000 euroso as to price/performance It left a lot to be desired. The subsequent releases of RTX 4080 and RTX 4070Ti they have managed to improve that ratio, but they are still far from previous generations of NVIDIA or AMD. In fact, in terms of return per euro invested, the RX 7900 XT and XTX They haven’t been too bad considering the prices of competing GPUs. Although of course, as usual, the price is better in the US where a RX 7900 XTX costs $1,079 and they are cheaper than the RTX 4080.

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Filter the specifications of the RX 7800 XT, 7700 XT and 7600 XT GPUs

While AMD’s graphics cards haven’t been the panacea with cheap prices, keep in mind that only the high-end has been released. In addition, compared to NVIDIA, in certain aspects they are a better option, as long as we are willing to use FSR sacrificing DLSS, CUDA and a better performance with Ray Tracing. But the most interesting graphics for PC gamers are always the mid-range or a notch above it.

Now, thanks to YouTuber RedGamingTech, we have the updated specs of the future RX 7800 XT, RX 7700 XT, RX 7600 XT and RX 7600 from AMD. Starting with the RX 7800XT medium-high range, we have a GPU that will reach 60CUwhich would give us 3,840 Stream Processors. Along with this, we will have a frequency Boost between 2.6 and 2.8 GHz, 16 GB 20 Gbps memory with 256-bit interface and 64 MB Infinity Cache. All this while maintaining a TBP of 280W.

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According to the RX 7700 XT mid-range, this will come with 48 cuso we talk about 3,072 Stream Processors. This will have 12 GB at 20 Gbps and a 192-bit memory interface along with 48 MB of Infinity Cache. It will reach Boost frequencies 200 MHz below the 7800 XT and will have a TBP of 225W. Finally, we would have RX 7600 and RX 7600 XTin this case we are talking about 28 CU and 32 CU, which implies 1,792 and 2,048 Shader Processors, respectively. Both will have 8GB of memory, a bus of 128 and a TBP of 140W for the 7600 and 180W for the 7600XT.

In terms of performance, a 7800 XT is equivalent to a 6950 XT


Now that we know the specs, let’s get down to the performance of the RX 7800 XT, RX 7700 XT, and RX 7600 XT. Unfortunately and as is always the case, there are no graphics card leaks in official benchmarks and therefore we will have to settle for what Paul from RedGamingTech says. This ensures that in performance, the RX 7800 XT will equal a RX 6950 XT, the highest-end GPU of the last generation. This implies being around a 25% faster than the RX 6800 XTso it promises a lot.

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After knowing this, now it is the turn of the RX 7700 XTwhich is indicated to perform similarly to a RX 6800. This implies one being a 30-40% faster than the RX 6700 XT (at best) which is currently one of the best-selling graphics cards. If so, we would be looking at a very competent card for 2K, as long as the price is appropriate. To finish, the RX 7600 and RX 7600 XT would be equivalent to one RX 6650 XT and an RX 6700 XTrespectively.

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