Acer has introduced its first Radeon graphics card, the Radeon RX 7600 Predator BiFrost. It features the same unusual cooling system as the previously released Intel Arc A770 Predator BiFrost model. The cooler includes two fans of different types – tangential and axial.
The Acer Radeon RX 7600 Predator BiFrost model will be available in two versions – with and without factory overclocking of the GPU. In the first case, the GPU gaming frequency is 2320MHz and the boost frequency is 2725MHz. In the second case, the reference frequencies of 2250 and 2655 MHz declared for the Navi 33 graphics chip are used.
The card has 8 GB of GDDR6 memory and is equipped with an additional 8-pin power connector. The specified power consumption of the novelty is 180 watts. The dimensions of the graphics card are 267 × 117.75 mm. In a PC case, it occupies two expansion slots. The manufacturer valued the novelty at around 290 US dollars.
Alongside the Radeon RX 7600 Predator BiFrost, Acer also introduced the same version of the Intel Arc A750 model with 8GB of GDDR6 memory. The novelty has a factory overclocked ACM-G10 graphics processor up to 2200 MHz. The Acer Intel Arc A750 Predator BiFrost model is equipped with two 8-pin connectors for additional power supply and has a specified power consumption of 250 watts. The dimensions of the Intel accelerator are the same as the Radeon model. The Arc A750 Predator BiFrost retails for $258.