ASUS Dual Radeon RX 7600 XT OC Edition 16GB GDDR6 (AMD RDNA 3, PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.1, Axial-tech Fan Design, 0dB Technology, Dual BIOS, Auto-Extreme Technology,…

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  • Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring that increases downward air pressure
  • 0dB technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence
  • Dual ball fan bearings last up to twice as long as conventional designs
  • Auto-extreme uses automation to enhance reliability
  • Dual BIOS switch lets you toggle between Quiet and Performance BIOS profiles sans software
  • A protective backplate prevents PCB flex and trace damage
  • GPU Tweak III software provides intuitive performance tweaking, thermal controls, and system monitoring
ASUS Dual Radeon RX 7600 XT OC Edition 16GB GDDR6 (AMD RDNA 3, PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.1, Axial-tech Fan Design, 0dB Technology, Dual BIOS, Auto-Extreme Technology,…
ASUS Dual Radeon RX 7600 XT OC Edition 16GB GDDR6 (AMD RDNA 3, PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.1, Axial-tech Fan Design, 0dB Technology, Dual BIOS, Auto-Extreme Technology,…


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Specification: ASUS Dual Radeon RX 7600 XT OC Edition 16GB GDDR6 (AMD RDNA 3, PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.1, Axial-tech Fan Design, 0dB Technology, Dual BIOS, Auto-Extreme Technology,…

Max Screen Resolution

‎7680 x 4320 Pixels

Memory Speed

‎4000 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor


Chipset Brand

‎AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎16 GB





Item model number


Item Weight

‎1.6 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎8.9 x 4.9 x 0.1 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎8.9 x 4.9 x 0.1 inches




‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎January 24, 2024

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for ASUS Dual Radeon RX 7600 XT OC Edition 16GB GDDR6 (AMD RDNA 3, PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.1, Axial-tech Fan Design, 0dB Technology, Dual BIOS, Auto-Extreme Technology,…

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  1. Jonathan Leroux-Doyon

    Vengo de una RX6600 y WOW el salto fue muy notorio, excelentes temperaturas excelente diseño, todo arriba de 100 fps ultra en 1080P y todo arriba de 60fps ultra en 1440p
    Muy recomendada

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  2. Amazon Customer

    When I say I was VERY excited to test out my first ever Radeon card, I could barely contain myself opening up the box to put it into my system. For context, my current motherboard is an MSI Meg X570 Unify running a Ryzen 5800X3D and 32GB of 4000MHZ memory. I wasn’t happy with my previous 4070ti’s performance (which also had HORRENDOUS COIL WHINE) so I figured why not pay a little bit more for double the VRAM (yes, I know VRAM isn’t everything), and try out AMD’s flagship card to see if it really is a 4080 contender.

    Short story: I’m returning this hunk of junk and my Gigabyte 4080 arrives in just a few days (which I am now VERY excited for because the 4070ti was already a solid card, and this one should be just perfect for my system’s needs.

    Long story: I’m actually kind of a fan of these huge graphics cards, even if they are a bit ridiculous. This is definitely the biggest card I’ve ever seen, and this TUF card weighs in around 7.5 POUNDS on its own. Sheesh. It BARELY fit into my NZXT H5 Flow case, but I will admit that the fitment is very satisfying even if its size isn’t necessarily ideal. The massive size of the card definitely warrants lots of cooling, so the cooling performance can be credited.

    I’ve heard about Tuf Gaming cards before, in terms of build quality, it’s excellent, looks attractive, and again, feels premium. Unfortunately, my worst fears were realized when I booted my system and attempted to use the card. Not only are AMD’s current graphic drivers unstable, but the card genuinely performs worse in every way than the 4070ti that is supposed to be SEVERAL tiers below this card. Ironically, lowering quality presets in certain games also seemed to worsen my performance even more. Gaming at 1440p, I noticed horrible stuttering, texture artifacts, and arguably the worst coil whine on a graphics card I have ever heard. It’s unacceptable. For a flagship card, I am incredibly disappointed with AMD. I had high expectations for this card’s performance (I know it’s no 4090), but my outgoing 3070 never broke a sweat most of the time, and this card can barely play Halo or Call of Duty at medium settings. 24 GB of VRAM! 24! And the card performs like it only has 8 and I’m using almost all of it. It’s pathetic. The coil whine doesn’t appear to be fixable, even with undervolting. I have a 1000W PSU from Corsair that is Platinum rated. Nothing about my system is misplaced or problematic. I clean installed the graphics drivers and updated my Windows 10.

    It’s a shame. I was looking forward to this card, but also looking forward to not giving Nvidia more money, but sadly, Nvidia’s driver support is just more reliable and the performance of the 40 series card is just better.

    Don’t get me wrong, there may be good 7000 series cards out there, but this TUF card isn’t one of them. AVOID IT AT ALL COSTS.

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  3. Realm of Nova

    If you are gonna get high end graphics card, I personally believe this is the best value you can get. It offers remarkable 1440p and 4K performance with blazing fast frame rates with room to spare. Additionally, now that FSR3 is slowly rolling out and Fluid Motion Frames are available in the driver software, this makes the competition look less tempting. True, the ray tracing performance is still a bit on the weaker side and FSR still doesn’t look quite as good as DLSS, but for the raw performance, VRAM, and overall power, this is hard to beat. I most games I easily max out the 175hz refresh rate of my ultrawide 1440P monitor, and even in a game like Alan Wake 2 I can get 100-130 frames per second at max settings without FMF enabled, and with AMD’s frame gen technology that frame rate literally doubles. The only complaint I have is that the AV1 encoder doesn’t always work properly or handle fast frame rates very well and it’s traditional encoders don’t look very good either. Regardless, this thing is still a productivity power house as well. Other things to take note of is the size of the card as it is quite large and may not fit in some cases. It also requires 3 8-pin power connections and I needed a new power supply to drive it. Overall, this graphics card has all the gaming prowess you could ever need and I highly recommend it!

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  4. ZP

    Je suis très satisfait de cette carte graphique ! 🙂 j’ai passer d’une RTX 4060TI 8GB à ça et je ne regrette pas dutout !

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  5. GabySeMar

    Upgraded my 1660 Ti in a pre-built for this one to enjoy Baldur’s Gate in 1440p. No complains so far – easy to install, got a really nice FPS boost, and it’s actually pretty quiet. It also comes with a pretty good warranty (2.5 years I think).

    Had to do some altering to my case, as it is a bit bigger than 1660 Ti it’s replaces and has a power supply connection on the side. But that’s just because the pre-built case is garbage.

    We’ll see how it goes, but so far I’m happy.

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  6. Walter

    Overall, a nice video card. I am using it for most games and for my Meta Quest 3. The VR works fine, but I do get a warning in the Oculus app that says it is not meeting the minimum requirements. Using all the current drivers from AMD and my PC is Windows 11 compliant. AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, 64GB RAM…

    Other than that, seems to be pretty good for the price.

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  7. GabySeMar

    Es de fácil configuración con el programa de adrenalin edition, es muy silenciosa y no se calienta la temperatura no pasa de los 60 grados, eso si debes de tener un gabinete amplio por el tamaño de la grafica

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  8. Jonathan Leroux-Doyon

    Replaced my NVIDIA ASUS ROG 3090Ti Hybrid GPU with this one. So much LESS HEAT, less noise and less power draw! It’s a big card though. Performance wise in games, video editing, streaming, and much more, very good with graphics that are bright, sharp and great looking. Both GPU cards excelled on the performance front, but this card wins for me with a better produced image, being inaudible to very low noise under load, less power draw and so much LESS HEAT! Can’t state that enough.

    Solid card and like the support stand-off. Leans into the ASUS TUF theme.

    One of the best GPU cards available today from AMD. Could not be happier.

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  9. PizzaBoy1242

    I recently upgraded to the ASUS Dual Radeon™ RX 7600 V2 OC Edition 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card, and I must say, it’s been a game-changer!

    First off, the performance is top-notch. With its PCIe 4.0 interface and 8GB of GDDR6 memory, this card delivers blazing-fast speeds and impeccable graphics quality. Whether I’m playing the latest AAA titles or editing high-resolution videos, the performance is consistently smooth and impressive.The cooling system is another standout feature. Even during intense gaming sessions, the dual-fan setup keeps temperatures in check, ensuring optimal performance without any thermal throttling.And let’s talk about overclocking—it’s a breeze with this card. With just a few tweaks, I’ve been able to push its performance even further, giving me that extra edge in competitive gaming.Overall, I couldn’t be happier with my purchase. The ASUS Dual Radeon™ RX 7600 V2 OC Edition 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card is a true powerhouse that has exceeded all my expectations. If you’re looking for a reliable and high-performance graphics card.

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  10. ZP

    Edit: So upon inspection I see I was sent a 7800xt when I only paid $300 for a 7600xt with 16gb of vram just like the other. 7800xt is supposed to be $500 so idk what happened…
    I’ve searched and searched to find a decent priced amd GPU with 16GB VRAM. I wasn’t going to spend $500+ on it and to my luck this released this year I guess. Idk why it mentions gpu tweak III, that’s usually for NVIDIA GPUs I believe. Anyway it works with the usual amd adrenaline program that can Overclock/undervolt. I sold my old 12GB for more than I paid for this and it doesn’t disappoint. It’s very compact and preforms well. Can run most games max settings and atleast pull 60-70 FPS and it can actually use ray tracing without dropping to 10 FPS. Can run most games with 100+ FPS, getting near 500+ FPS with settings on low. Warning: this requires 8pin PSUx2. Not a big deal for most people. Even worst cases all u need is a sata adapter however, DO NOT use a single cable for both slots. If they are connected to the same cable it won’t get the right amount of power and could destroy the GPU. I had it plugged in that way for almost a day until I took a quick glance at the quick start manual. Only complaint I have is there’s only 1 HDMI slot. Not a big deal but be prepared if u have multiple monitors.

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