PowerColor submitted a list of Radeon RX 7600XT graphics cards to the ECC

Though AMD has publicly announced the near completion of the Radeon RX 7000 series of graphics cards, there remains ample room for additions. Recently, the moniker “RX 7600XT” abruptly surfaced on AMD’s German official website, hinting that AMD still has undisclosed products in the pipeline.

PowerColor has submitted documents to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), signaling their preparations for the Radeon RX 7600XT graphics card. The current RX 7600 features a complete Navi 33 GPU, thus it’s highly plausible that the RX 7600XT would utilize a Navi 32. Interestingly, PowerColor’s document reveals two memory configurations for the RX 7600XT: 10GB and 12GB, with respective memory bus widths of 192bit and 160bit. Regardless of the final configuration chosen, it won’t feature the 128-bit Navi 33 GPU but is more likely a significantly reduced Navi 32.

At present, the RX 7600 is priced at $269, and the RX 7700XT at $449. There is certainly room between these price points for one or two additional products, and the RX 7600XT would be an apt addition. However, AMD’s final specifications for this product remain uncertain.

Intriguingly, the previously leaked RX 6750GRE also appears on this list, with memory configurations of both 12GB and 10GB. This underscores that AMD has yet to finalize the specifications for this product, indicating a significant time before its launch.