AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT reportedly launches on May 25th

Published: Apr 26th 2023, 22:46 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

Radeon RX 7600 XT finally has a release date

According to the report from Moore’s Law is Dead, AMD has notified board partners about the upcoming embargo schedule for the next Radeon desktop update.

AMD is now to focus on the mid-range GPU segment, just as NVIDIA is to unveil its RTX 4060 series next month. It is reported that the RX 7600 XT GPU is to arrive on May 25th, which is the rumored release date for this new card.

Board partners are to begin sampling the RX 7600 XT GPU to press and influencers starting from May 15th, giving 10 days for the shipping and testing by the recipients. At the time of writing, it was unclear if there are any AMD reference models planned.

Interestingly, it appears that AMD will copy NVIDIA’s guidelines by splitting the review embargoes between MSRP and non-MSRP cards. This is good news for consumers, who would prefer to see cheaper cards at launch and. Such a move forces board partners to prioritize those cards on launch day.

On the other hand, everyone waiting for non-MSRP reviews and testing details of higher-end models, will have to either be fast readers or else their cards may go out of stock (but probably won’t anyway). Unfortunately, nothing thus far suggests AMD will launch RX 7700 or 7800 series in the coming weeks.

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
~2.6 GHz
8GB 128b
~ 175W
May 2023 (?)

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