AMD Registers D707 GPU Board, Hinting at Possible RX 7600 Desktop Graphics Card Launch

AMD, the popular semiconductor company that manufactures computer processors, recently registered the latest D707 GPU motherboard in South Korea, leading to speculations about the launch of the upcoming RX 7600 and other desktop graphics card models with Navi 33 GPU.

Details about the GPU

The RX 7600 and 7600 XT desktop graphics cards are expected to be based on Navi 33, come equipped with 28/32 CU, respectively, and 8 GB of video memory with a 128bit bit width. They are expected to consume 140/180W, respectively. These revelations were made by an anonymous source who had knowledge of the matter.

The current flagship graphics cards

AMD released the RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT flagship graphics cards in 2020, which were well received by the tech community. They are currently the best graphics cards on the market. These cards are equipped with advanced features such as the RDNA 2 architecture, which provides high-end gaming performance, DirectX 12 Ultimate, and hardware ray tracing, among others.

The Navi 33 GPU

AMD has already released the RX 7700 and 7600 notebook graphics cards at CES 2021, which are based on the Navi 33 GPU. Therefore, it is not surprising that AMD's upcoming desktop graphics card will also use the Navi 33 GPU, which is likely to be the RX 7600 series.

The D707 GPU motherboard

While it is not yet possible to determine which graphics card the D707 GPU motherboard is meant for, it is a good indicator that AMD is working on another graphics card. The GPU motherboard for RX 7900 XTX is D702, and the motherboard for RX 7900 XT is D704, so it is likely that the D707 motherboard is intended for a new graphics card, which is expected to be the RX 7600 series.

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