Where to Buy AMD's Radeon RX 7600 8GB: Links and Prices, All Custom Cards

Gigabyte Radeon RX 7600
(Image credit: Gigabyte)

AMD's new Radeon RX 7600 officially launches today, starting at $269. If you're interested in buying one, we've compiled a list of all the AIB partner cards that are currently available. This launch has turned out to be very different from other AMD (and Nvidia) launches, with almost none of the RX 7600 models appearing in advance on AIB partner websites, making it difficult to figure out what cards are coming out and when. Many graphics card manufacturers are also revealing just a single RX 7600 SKU for now, suggesting this was a rushed launch.

The RX 7600 is now available at Amazon, Newegg, Best Buy, and other retailers. All the usual brands are present, including Gigabyte, Sapphire, XFX, PowerColor, MSI, Asus, and ASRock — though some models may already be sold out. We've updated our listings and links for your convenience.

There are plenty of cards starting at AMD's base $269.99 MSRP. The most expensive model we've seen so far comes from Asus, with the ROG Strix card priced at $339.99. Considering this is a midrange GPU and there are plenty of faster options available for under $350 (like the RX 6700 XT), we wouldn't suggest buying a higher cost card unless you really go in for the excessive RGB bling.

To quickly recap, the RX 7600 is AMD's new mainstream GPU for the sub-$300 price bracket, offering RX 6650 XT-like performance based on our testing. The RX 7600 features the RDNA 3 architecture, 2048 cores, 32 CUs, 64 AI cores, 32 Ray Accelerators, a boost clock of 2625MHz, 32MB of Infinity Cache, and 288 GBps of memory bandwidth operating on a 128-bit wide bus. It also has AV1 encoding/decoding hardware support and DisplayPort 2.1 outputs.

Here's the shortlist, in alphabetical order, but we have pictures and further descriptions below:

ASRock Radeon RX 7600

ASRock has three RX 7600 models out on the market right now, including two triple-fan SKUs and a dual-fan SKU. The triple-fan models are rather large for this GPU, and appear to be the same base design but with a different shroud on the Steel Legend variant. They're 305mm long with a 2.4-slot thickness and cost $20 extra, though they come factory overclocked. The dual-fan version stays with a compact design like most other RX 7600 models.

$269: ASRock RX 7600 Challenger (Newegg)
$289: ASRock RX 7600 Phantom Gaming OC (Newegg)
$289: ASRock RX 7600 Steel Legend (Newegg)

Asus Radeon RX 7600

Asus currently has two variants of the RX 7600, both dual-fan solutions. The base model Dual OC is a no-frills design, while the ROG Strix has RGB lighting and costs $70 more. It's currently out of stock at Newegg.

$279: Asus RX 7600 Dual OC (Amazon, Newegg)
$339: Asus RX 7600 ROG Strix OC (Newegg)

Gigabyte Radeon RX 7600

(Image credit: Best Buy/MicroCenter)

For now, Gigabyte only has one RX 7600 SKU available to see on its website, a factory overclocked triple-fan Gaming card, with black and silver accents — similar to that of Gigabyte's other "Gaming" branded graphics cards.

$269: Gigabyte RX 7600 Gaming OC 8G (Newegg, $279 at Best Buy)

MSI Radeon RX 7600

(Image credit: Best Buy/MicroCenter)

Currently, MSI also has one RX 7600 SKU available, the RX 7600 Mech 2X. It's a relatively compact two-slot dual-fan graphics card with a black and silver theme.

$269: MSI RX 7600 Mech 2X OC (Newegg, $304 at Amazon)

PowerColor Radeon RX 7600

PowerColor has two RX 7600 models available. The base model Fighter features a compact dual-fan design with no RGB lighting or extras. The Hellhound meanwhile has a 2695 MHz boost clock and comes with blue LED fans with a 2.2-slot width. (It's currently backordered on Newegg, while the Amazon price is a seriously inflated third-party seller.)

$269: PowerColor RX 7600 Fighter (Amazon, Newegg)
$289: PowerColor RX 7600 Hellhound (Newegg, $457 at Amazon)

Sapphire RX 7600

(Image credit: Best Buy/MicroCenter)

Like Gigabyte and MSI, Sapphire has only prepared one 7600 SKU at this time, the RX 7600 Pulse with two fans and a red and black paint scheme. It's running reference clocks as well.

$269: Sapphire RX 7600 Pulse (Amazon, Newegg)

XFX Radeon RX 7600

Rounding out the list, XFX has two RX 7600 graphics cards, the triple-fan QICK308 and dual-fan SWFT210. The numbers (308 and 210) refer to the length of the card, if you're wondering. Both cards have stealthy matte black finishes that would go well with any computer build.

$269: XFX RX 7600 QICK308 (Newegg, $279 at Best Buy)
$269: XFX RX 7600 SWFT210 (Best Buy, Newegg)

Aaron Klotz
Freelance News Writer

Aaron Klotz is a freelance writer for Tom’s Hardware US, covering news topics related to computer hardware such as CPUs, and graphics cards.

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  • Avro Arrow
    This card is DOA. Why would anyone pay $270 for an 8GB RX 7600 when they could have this:
    XFX Radeon RX 6700 Speedster SWFT 10GB - $290
    The RX 6700 is faster and has 2GB more VRAM. This is why I said that the RX 7600 will be an abject failure at any price over $225.
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  • HKTacticblade
    Avro Arrow said:
    This card is DOA. Why would anyone pay $270 for an 8GB RX 7600 when they could have this:
    XFX Radeon RX 6700 Speedster SWFT 10GB - $290
    The RX 6700 is faster and has 2GB more VRAM. This is why I said that the RX 7600 will be an abject failure at any price over $225.
    AMD should've launched this later at a lower price, I still don't get it, AMD discounted the RX 6700 when they didn't price the 7600 accordingly? I think AMD will discount it like the rx6600, and in near future. This card was made DOA by their own discount on previous gen, and only way to make it right is discounting this too, but from the 7900XT launch, it's clear that they will, after getting bad reviews, just stupid at this point.
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  • Avro Arrow
    HKTacticblade said:
    AMD should've launched this later at a lower price, I still don't get it, AMD discounted the RX 6700 when they didn't price the 7600 accordingly? I think AMD will discount it like the rx6600, and in near future. This card was made DOA by their own discount on previous gen, and only way to make it right is discounting this too, but from the 7900XT launch, it's clear that they will, after getting bad reviews, just stupid at this point.
    Yeah, I don't know what the hell AMD is thinking. How could they go from being the company that bit¢h-slapped Intel with the AM4 platform and did such an amazing job with RDNA2 to the laughable mess that they are now?

    I just don't get it.
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  • tjvaldez01
    My question is why are all the links to Microcenter? I live in NW and Microcenter doesn't exist there. Maybe use Newegg links?
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  • Not bad. Sapphire RX7600 Pulse is around $330 with tax where I live. It has better performance than RX6600 and is slightly more expensive (cheapest I found was Sapphire RX6600 $279).
    RTX3060 from ASUS is around $380. Inno3D and KFA2 are cheaper, but I wouldn't consider buying them.
    RTX4060Ti is $465 from Gainward. Lowest price I found. It has better performance than RX7600, but for 1080p gaming the later makes more sense and has better price.

    The way I see it RX7600 is the sweet spot for 1080p gaming. It's reasonably priced and performance increase over RX6600 justifies the extra $50. RTX3060 is $50 and RTX3060Ti ($430) is $100 extra over RX7600 and it either matches them or is slightly behind in performance. I see no point paying extra for previous gen GPU, especially when my monitor is limited to 60fps and I'm going to use it as long as possible.

    All prices are with tax and taken from a single shop, so they're not representative.

    EDIT:
    To those curious what monitor I have: iiyama ProLite T2252MTS
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  • Avro Arrow said:
    Yeah, I don't know what the hell AMD is thinking. How could they go from being the company that bit¢h-slapped Intel with the AM4 platform and did such an amazing job with RDNA2 to the laughable mess that they are now?

    I just don't get it.
    192bit memory Bus I feel should be the very least for a any tier mid range card and 128bit on low end models

    I know 192bit is not great but at least the number is bigger and helps you feel slightly less Meh about it and the feeling of could be worse.

    Maybe the 16GB 4060Ti 16GB may have 192bitVram ? just to amend the disgusting taste128bit has left the consumer with their lates offerings, at the very least It would show AMD/Nvidia this would leave a better impression and possibly better reviews and sales.
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  • hannibal
    Avro Arrow said:
    This card is DOA. Why would anyone pay $270 for an 8GB RX 7600 when they could have this:
    XFX Radeon RX 6700 Speedster SWFT 10GB - $290
    The RX 6700 is faster and has 2GB more VRAM. This is why I said that the RX 7600 will be an abject failure at any price over $225.

    Because soon you can not buy those other cards!
    Those old are now on sale. Next year 7600 and 7700 are on sale and 8600 is at normal price and the old stuff is better deal. That is how they can get rid of older GPUs when they are at the end of their life span.
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  • Avro Arrow
    Plumet said:
    192bit memory Bus I feel should be the very least for a any tier mid range card and 128bit on low end models

    I know 192bit is not great but at least the number is bigger and helps you feel slightly less Meh about it and the feeling of could be worse.

    Maybe the 16GB 4060Ti 16GB may have 192bitVram ? just to amend the disgusting taste128bit has left the consumer with their lates offerings, at the very least It would show AMD/Nvidia this would leave a better impression and possibly better reviews and sales.
    They already know what the effects of different VRAM bandwidth setups are, they're just trying to cheap out. Remember, no corporation is in the business of making tech, they're in the business of making money and tech just happens to be how they do business.

    Hell, my R9 Furies had a ridiculous 4096-bit HBM VRAM bus. These companies know damn well what higher bandwidth does but since it costs them more to produce their cards that way, they try to use as little as they can get away with.

    Ain't capitalism grand? :rolleyes:
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  • Avro Arrow
    hannibal said:
    Because soon you can not buy those other cards!
    You don't know that, you're making an assumption.
    hannibal said:

    Those old are now on sale. Next year 7600 and 7700 are on sale and 8600 is at normal price and the old stuff is better deal. That is how they can get rid of older GPUs when they are at the end of their life span.
    For some reason, Radeons seem to have been sticking around longer than they ever used to. Hell, the RX 5700 XT came out almost four years ago and you can still buy one brand-new from Newegg!

    Don't believe me? Click on this:
    ASRock Radeon RX 5700 XT Challenger D 8GB - $230
    The RX 6700 has been a largely ignored card and probably hasn't been selling all that well as a result. I'd be willing to bet that there's more stock of the RX 6700 still around than most other RDNA2 cards because of this. The prices on the RX 6700 have been plummeting and prices don't drop like that when stock is low.
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  • Avro Arrow said:
    You don't know that, you're making an assumption.

    For some reason, Radeons seem to have been sticking around longer than they ever used to. Hell, the RX 5700 XT came out almost four years ago and you can still buy one brand-new from Newegg!

    Don't believe me? Click on this:
    ASRock Radeon RX 5700 XT Challenger D 8GB - $230
    The RX 6700 has been a largely ignored card and probably hasn't been selling all that well as a result. I'd be willing to bet that there's more stock of the RX 6700 still around than most other RDNA2 cards because of this. The prices on the RX 6700 have been plummeting and prices don't drop like that when stock is low.
    The reality for me is I can still play games on my RX5600XT just means lowering some settings which is no big issues because 99 or 100% the only difference I really notice when come down from ultra to high is better performance lol

    Coming down from high to medium is also not a massive game breaker for the look of graphics

    If graphics cards continue in this direction of more money for less, then for me the mid ranged cards with the specs I could afford have now reached more than I can afford to spend just on the graphics card part of my PC.

    I don't want to just have to lower my expectations of what hardware is used in the configuration of the card that compared to you would normally get for your money.

    I will just stop gaming on PC there is not much value for me to game on one

    that leaves me with just gaming on consoles then as they offer great value for the hardware you get and only have to upgrade it once every 8 years or so and that's a complete system upgrade, new case,psu,fans,heat sinks,motherboard,cpu,gfx card,ram, etc the whole 9 yards and at the cost of what would only get you 1 part of a PC build which just a half decent midrange GPU 1440p card these days,

    how many bit interface does the xbox and ps5 have and how old are they now ? i'm sure it's more than 256bit let alone
    128bit.

    Ok You could argue Well the series S GPU only has 128bit Vram !

    Yeah that's true but at least Microsoft Xbox has the decency to throw in the rest of the system you will need to use it and a free controller ! take note AMD and Nvidia lol
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