AMD is launching a new 1080p GPU that can also stretch to handle up to 1440p. The $329 Radeon RX 7600 XT will be available on January 24th, offering a performance bump over the existing Radeon RX 7600 that was firmly designed for 1080p gaming.
I’ve been waiting for sub-$400 cards to really push the bar on 1440p gaming, but AMD’s original Radeon RX 7600 failed to do so. While that $269 card shipped with just 8GB of memory, AMD is doubling this to 16GB on the RX 7600 XT and promising the card is “ready to take on 1440p.” It’s a surprise choice, particularly as the RX 7700 XT ships with 12GB of memory.
AMD is promising 1440p gaming on the RX 7600 XT.
Unfortunately, the new RX 7600 XT remains at 32…