According to Moore’s Law is Dead, AMD is currently focusing on mid-range graphics adapters, and in order to compete with NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4060, it is going to introduce its solutions in this class as early as next month. According to insider leaks, Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics cards should arrive on May 25.
🔥#AMD RX 7600 XT Updates:
1) Press Sampling = May 15th
2) MSRP Reviews = May 24th
3) Release Date = May 25th
4) Above-MSRP models get reviewed a day late!🥳
If you want to know Navi 33 performance and power consumption, I leaked it here this week:https://t.co/bho31NvFTK
— Moore's Law Is Dead (@mooreslawisdead) April 26, 2023
Partners should begin sending review samples of Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics cards to reviewers starting May 15, allowing 10 days for delivery and testing. Apparently, reference models will also be available.
Apparently, AMD will copy NVIDIA’s recommendations, splitting the review embargo between MSRP cards as well as more expensive modifications. This is good news for consumers who would like to see cheaper cards at launch. This move forces partners to prioritize these adapters on launch day.
We remind the probable specifications of the Radeon RX 7600 XT obtained from previous leaks. Navi 33 graphics processors with RDNA 3 architecture will be used for video cards. The chips will have 32 CUs with 2048 computers. The operating frequency of the GPU is expected at 2600 MHz. Video cards will use a 128-bit bus, and the total memory capacity will be 8 GB. Power consumption – about 175 W.
As for performance, here you can only be guided by fragmentary information. On early samples of graphics cards based on Navi 33, indicators were obtained about 11% higher than those of the Radeon RX 6650 XT. That is, we are talking about the Radeon RX 6700 XT level. If we take into account possible driver optimizations before the official start of sales, there is hope that the indicators will be even higher.