Leaked specifications of the AMD Radeon RX 7600 graphics card have surfaced online. It is unclear if the RX 7600 is the highest-end version of the silicon, leaving room for a faster RX 7600 XT. The leak is believed to be from marketing materials for the RX 7600, which mentions 32 Compute Units. This translates to 2,048 stream processors, the same as the previous-generation RX 6600 XT, but an increase from the RX 6600's 1,792. The mention of AI accelerators confirms that the GPU is based on the latest RDNA3 graphics architecture.
The Radiance Display Engine, another RDNA3 feature, is also referenced. It supports the latest DisplayPort 2.1 and HDMI 2.1a outputs, 12 bpc color, and resolutions up to 4K 180 Hz with a single cable. The GPU that the RX 7600 is based on reportedly has 32 MB of Infinity Cache memory, the same as the previous-generation "Navi 23" silicon powering the RX 6600 series. For the flagship "Navi 31," the Infinity Cache memory size is reduced to 96 MB (from 128 MB on "Navi 21") due to the memory bus width increasing to 384-bit (from 256-bit). This suggests that the RX 7600 may have a 128-bit wide memory bus, as its Infinity Cache size is unchanged from the RX 6600 series.