The AMD Radeon RX 7600 has now been confirmed by various sources, including some AIB and partners of AMD itself: in short, the launch of the GPU seems to be around the corner. To confirm this, today, is the appearance of the video card in Singapore, which also gives us an idea of the AMD Radeon RX 7600 introductory price.
In particular, colleagues from Tom’s Hardware they explain that the online retailer carouselwhich is based in Singapore, briefly listed the Sapphire Radeon RX 7600 Pulse 8GB DDR6one version custom of AMD’s entry-level GPU made by Sapphire. The listing of the product on ecommerce, unfortunately, has been eliminated in the past few hours, which suggests that the early marketing of the product was a mistake.
The product page, however, also reported that the Radeon RX 7600 will arrive on May 26th, a few days before the opening of Computex in Taiwan, where the RX 7600 should play a starring role. It is news of the past few hours that NVIDIA will also anticipate the launch of the 8 GB RTX 4060 Ti to May 24, before Computex, to “burn” AMD on time.
Also, the same listing confirms that the card will retail for 545 Singapore Dollars, i.e about 400 Dollars or 380 Euros at the current exchange rate. However, it is unlikely that the change will be so “precise” when the graphics card arrives on the European market: we can in fact expect a GPU price between 399 and 449 Euros, at least for the Sapphire model.
As far as we know at the moment, the Radeon RX 7600 will have a Navi 33 GPU and should be comparable, in terms of power, to an RTX 4060 from NVIDIA, or 25% more than the last generation Radeon RX 6600. Unfortunately, however, as yet there are no reliable benchmarks in circulation for the component.