Radeon 760M is the iGPU (integrated GPU) from one of the CPUs AMD is about to launch at CES 2024 – the Ryzen 5 8600G. And some leaks show us how that CPU manages to score as much as an Nvidia GTX 1060.
And yes, it has been 7 years since the launch of GTX 1060. But we must consider the fact that the 8600G will most likely have a TDP of 65W. And the GTX 1060 has a TDP of 120W. It’s a pretty good improvement.
Ryzen 5 8600G got 30770 points in the Vulkan benchmark. The CPU ran with 2 x 16GB of DDR5 at 6000 MHz – decent RAM nothing ultra-exotic or something. A respectable score for a iGPU.
So you won’t play the latest game titles on 4K with something like this.
But hear me out!
It’s still amazing and this comes from a GTX 1050 Ti owner! I can vouche that the 1050 Ti can play a lot of stuff on FullHD, even modern titles if you’re not allergic to low-medium settings. Considering the 1050 Ti can play: Civilization VI, Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, Word of Warcraft Dragonflight, Leage of Legends and a lot more – and you can even use Photoshop/Illustrator/Premiere Pro decently, I imagine with something that is as powerful as the GTX 1060 your experience will be a lot better.
So it will be a great chip in a desktop PC built on a budget in my opinion.
Something more powerful than this, will be the 780M that will be found on the Ryzen 7 8700G. Again, these chips are about to be launched at CES 2024, that will take place between 9 and 12 January 2024.