This week has seen a thrilling development as images of the eagerly awaited Sapphire Radeon RX 7600 PULSE graphics card emerged on the internet.
Although fully packaged, the leaked photographs offer a sneak peek at the captivating design of this forthcoming powerhouse. VideoCardz, obtained insider details on Tuesday, disclosing that a batch of these graphics cards was seen at an Asian retail outlet. A bold seller on Singapore's Carousell online platform even put up a few units for sale, only for the administrators to promptly take down the listings. The card's outer packaging highlights its notable features, such as 8 GB of VRAM and 32 RDNA3 CUs, signifying a full configuration of AMD's Navi 33 GPU die. Defying the embargo once more, VideoCardz has now revealed authentic images of the Radeon RX 7600 PULSE graphics card itself. These pictures, which seem to be official and possibly designed for product pages or online retail listings, grant a detailed view of the card's extraordinary design. Remarkably, the card boasts a custom cooling solution, characterized by a streamlined dual-fan and dual-slot layout. The primarily black cooler is adorned with striking red accents and understated white text. The card is equipped with an 8-pin power connector, implying that it may necessitate 150 W (8-pin) + 75 W (PCIe) or more for ideal performance.