AMD Radeon RX 7600 launch and review dates leak: RDNA 3 mid-ranger is reportedly set to appear on store shelves late next month
After months of leaks and rumors regarding the performance and specifications of AMD’s upcoming mid-range/low-end RDNA 3 GPUs, we may finally have some solid release date information of the RX 7600 if a recent leak from Moore’s Law Is Dead is true.
Per MLID, the RX 7600 release date is set for May 25, 2023, with the review embargo lifting a day earlier on May 24. This is earlier than the previously rumored launch date of June 13. Curiously, AMD has reportedly set the May 24 embargo date for GPUs that come in at MSRP while boards that cost more than MSRP will get reviewed the same day as general availability on May 25. The leaker also alleges that the press will start getting samples on May 15.
Additionally, MLID reports that AMD could skip the RX 7600 XT and only release the RX 7600 on May 25. The company also seems to have a reference model planned. While we don’t have any official performance figures, leaks paint the Navi 33 GPU that is expected to be featured in the RX 7600/XT as offering a double-digit performance gain over the RX 6650 XT. So, it won’t be unreasonable to assume the RX 7600 could exceed the RX 6650 XT in raw horsepower.
Finally, RX 7600 pricing also remains under wraps. Let’s hope AMD doesn’t follow the current trend of mid-range boards like the RTX 4070 costing more than their predecessor.
????#AMD RX 7600 XT Updates:— Moore's Law Is Dead (@mooreslawisdead) April 26, 2023
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