RTX 4060-like RX 7600 price leaks alongside a massive 34% performance uplift over the RTX 3060 8 GB
With the announcement of the RTX 4060 and the RTX 4060 Ti out of the way, all eyes are set on AMD. Rumors have alleged that AMD will release the RX 7600 on May 25 with reviews of the card dropping a day earlier. While we’ve had the RX 7600 specifications and performance leak over the past weeks, we haven’t heard much about the pricing. Fortunately, both RedGamingTech and Moore’s Law Is Dead have reported about the possible pricing of the board.
According to RedGamingTech, the RX 7600 could cost US$299, matching the RTX 4060. The leaker also alleges that AMD could compare the card to the RTX 3060 8 and 12 GB variants with performance uplifts of 34% and 17% respectively. Interestingly, the leaker thinks Team Red is positioning the RX 7600 as an “upgrade for the RTX 2060 owners”.
Moving on to MLID, Tom shares practically the same information with some new details. Per one of the leaker’s AMD sources, the RX 7600 price which was initially mentioned as US$329 “got changed to US$299” and it could change further.
Furthermore, an AIB source mentioned to Tom that, due to the lower Bill of Materials (BOM), the RX 7600 could “still have decent margins” even if priced at US$269. To that end, the source suggested that, although the RX 7600 price is currently set at US$299, “there’s a good chance” the board could cost somewhere between US$260 and US$290.
In other words, there is a chance AMD might undercut the RTX 4060 by setting the RX 7600 MSRP below the currently rumored US$300. As we’ve previously reported, GPU sales of boards with 8 GB of VRAM seem to be slowing down while the 12 GB RTX 4070 is also supposedly not selling well possibly due to its unexciting price/performance. So, if AMD does undercut NVIDIA by a healthy margin, Team Red’s debut RDNA 3 mid-ranger could prove to be a hit among gamers who are starved for cheaper next-gen GPUs.
Fortunately, we won’t have to wait too long to find out the official price and performance figures of the card.