This entry-level model is expected to compete with the GeForce RTX 4060. Over the past week and a half, details of custom Sapphire and MSI RX 7600 (non-XT) cards have appeared online, including basic GPU specifications found on retail packaging.
As the late May launch date approaches, leaks regarding the AMD Radeon RX 7600 GPU continue to surface.. VideoCardz recently shared a screenshot from a GPU-Z session, although we cannot independently verify the accuracy of the specifications due to our own nondisclosure agreement with AMD. However, we can confirm that GPU-Z, since version 2.53.0, provides preliminary support for the Navi 33 GPU. The listed details of the "Navi 33 XL GPU" align with leaked information from previous weeks, confirming the inclusion of 32 Compute Units and 2048 Stream Processors. The GPU is also reported to have 8 GB of GDDR6 memory with a 128-bit wide memory interface. The lower-segmented RX 7000 video card, similar to the RX 6600, is expected to feature the Navi 33 XL GPU. This SKU will have 2,048 shaders (32 compute units) with a base clock of 1,720 MHz, a game clock of 2,250 MHz, and a boost clock of 2,655 MHz. The GPU is rumored to be capable of reaching up to 2.85 GHz, although the specific workload for this frequency is unknown. The memory configuration is reported to include 8 GB of GDDR6 with a clock speed of 18 Gbps and a 128-bit bus, providing a bandwidth of 288 GB/s. Additionally, the use of a PCIe 4.0 x8 interface has been confirmed, although power consumption details are not discussed.
Rumors suggest that AMD will release the RX 7600 on Thursday, May 25, with the first reviews expected a day earlier. The official suggested retail price is not yet known, but there have been mentions of €350 in speculative discussions. Earlier this week, custom models were spotted at a Canadian retailer with a price tag ranging from €370 to €375, although it is unclear whether these prices are placeholders or not.