AMD board partners expected to showcase Radeon RX 7600 desktop GPUs at Computex

Published: Apr 24th 2023, 07:14 GMT   Comments

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AMD Radeon RX 7600 rumored to appear at Computex

According to Igor’sLAB, board partners are now working on mid-range RDNA3 GPUs to be showcased in just a few weeks.

NVIDIA has not provided the updated embargo on RTX 4060 Ti yet to board partners. It is said that NVIDIA actually held a few meetings with AIBs last week who expected an update on the upcoming 4060 series, but they were left with no updates at all. This is a grim outlook for those expecting mid-range to entry-level GPUs under $500 because neither AMD nor NVIDIA have any graphics cards planned yet, at least officially.

Unofficially, NVIDIA should still launch its RTX 4060 Ti next month, while AMD could potentially launch their Navi 33 based desktop GPU at any moment right now. This entry-level GPU is very soon coming to laptops, but only this week we saw the first review of this unit, more than 4 months since it was announced.

Igor now claims that at least some board partners will showcase Radeon RX 7600 at Computex. If this was true, then AMD might finally have an affordable RDNA3 GPU coming in the next two months because otherwise no board partner would dare to showcase anything, unless it is a prototype without a name.

What I can confirm, however, is that individual (!) AMD board partners will show a Radeon RX 7600 as a finished product at Computex, while other partners, who use both AMD and NVIDIA chips, are first exercising wait-and-see restraint. To paraphrase politely. The statement that you don’t want to produce anything just to satisfy production and where you don’t see any chances of profits then hurts a bit. There is no price basis for a Radeon RX 7700XT at the moment, because you could even slip into the loss zone because the target group shifts and the price shouldn’t fit anymore.

— Igor Wallossek, Igor’sLAB

At Computex AMD tends to have a lot of hardware updates each year, but for the 2023 event the company has not yet confirmed any livestreamed event or a keynote that could potentially serve as a launch platform. The Taipei’s tech expo kicks off on May 30, but the first keynote will actually be held a day early, featuring NVIDIA’s CEO and President Jensen Huang.

RUMORED AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series
VideoCardz.comGPUCompute UnitsBoost ClockMemoryTBPLaunch Date
RX 7900 XTXNavi 31 XTX
96 CUs
2.5 GHz
24GB 384b
December 2022
RX 7900 XTNavi 31 XT
84 CUs
2.4 GHz
20GB 320b
December 2022
RX 7800 (XT)Navi 31 (?)
≤ 70 CUs*
16GB 256b
RX 7700 (XT)Navi 32 (?)
≤ 64 CUs
RX 7600 (XT)Navi 33 (?)
≤ 32 CUs
TBCTBCTBCJune 2023 (?)

Specifications partially based on Radeon Pro W7800

Source: Igor’sLAB

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