Let’s go to overclocking
AMD’s Radeon RX 7600 release has received mixed reviews thanks to the big 8GB rebellion. If you don’t consider 8GB of VRAM to be some sort of heresy and are considering it in a build, you should check out FPS Review’s analysis of card overclocking. They’ve opted to use the latest Radeon driver to overclock, so there’s a good chance you’ll be able to replicate their results.
The first step was to feed the GPU more horsepower, with the driver achieving a 12% power increase; sure enough if not as tall as you’d like. The same goes for memory and GPU frequencies, which also have hard limits that are a bit lower than one might hope. The RAM maxes out at 2400MHz, which is 150MHz higher than the default, while the GPU can only be boosted by 100MHz, which pushes it to 3GHz.
The overlock had a small positive effect on performance and the paper was perfectly stable. The Radeon RX 7600 might not offer as much overclocking as you might want, but if you’re looking for stable and easy-to-implement overclocking, this card might be a good choice.