AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT with XFX, Sapphire and PowerColor

Sapphire RX 7600 XT Pulse Up Close

RX 7600 XT Reviews

Sapphire RX 7600 XT Pulse Up Close

We reviewed a Sapphire Pulse RX 7600 back when it first launched in May. The box for the new version certainly grabs the attention.

Sapphire Pulse Box

The card itself is absolute indistinguishable from its stablemate. Very angular fan blades are the unique element when compared to the other two RX 7600 XTs we’re reviewing today.

Sapphire Pulse Card

Around the back some subtle branding is perfect if you’re of the opinion that AMD hardware should always be red. Sapphire have even squeezed a tiny airflow cutout on the end.

Sapphire Pulse Backplate

Is it just us, or is something about the side view of the Pulse reminding you of early SciFi? Something about the black with a modern font that gives us 2001 Space Odyssey vibes. Not that we’re against that. At all. We also like the 8+8 power input, perfect if you’re upgrading an extant system and are on a very tight budget.

Sapphire Pulse Side

Unlike the other two RX 7600 XT cards, the Sapphire Pulse has two HDMIs and two DisplayPorts. Great if you’ve got a couple of older monitors and want to run dual screen.

Sapphire Pulse Outputs

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