Radeon RX 7600 XT appeared on AMD’s official website

The inscription of the RX 7600XT unexpectedly materialized on AMD’s German official website. Although the webpage, both in content and domain, appears to be an introduction to the RX 7600, the header distinctly states ‘Radeon RX 7600 XT Desktop Graphics Card’.

Indeed, ever since the introduction of the RX 7600, there has been substantial discussion surrounding the potential of a Radeon RX 7600 XT. Given that the RX 7600 utilizes a complete Navi 33 GPU, it would be plausible for the RX 7600 XT to employ a Navi 32, especially in light of AMD’s contemplation of integrating a Navi 31 core into the RX 7800 XT. Therefore, a progression from the RX 7800 to the RX 7600 XT remains within the realms of possibility.

Alternatively, AMD could opt to retain the Navi 33, augmenting the memory capacity further to 16GB. This is not without precedent, as NVIDIA is also planning to unveil an RTX 4060 Ti 16GB graphics card this month. However, this approach may not necessarily be optimal, as the Navi 33 is already operating at its upper threshold, and expanding it to accommodate 16GB of video memory would yield limited benefits.

To date, AMD has only introduced the RX 7900 XTX, RX 7900 XT, and RX 7600, whereas their competitors have already launched six models, essentially completing the layout of the RTX 40 series. Currently, AMD still has a significant void in its RX 7800/7700 series, resulting in a rather sizable market gap.