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RTX 4060 Ti and RX 7600 XT Are The Next GPU In Line From NVIDIA And AMD

by Low Boon ShenMay 2, 2023
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RTX 4060 Ti and RX 7600 XT Are The Next GPU In Line From NVIDIA And AMD

Interestingly, AMD chose to jump across high-end models to release midranger first.

RTX 4060 Ti and RX 7600 XT Are The Next GPU In Line From NVIDIA And AMD

This May is set to be a busy month for the GPU market: both AMD and NVIDIA will have their own midrange challengers set to release around the late May period, according to various leaks. The information from AMD RX 7600 XT comes from leaker Moore’s Law Is Dead, whereas the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti’s release info is courtesy of NVIDIA’s internal embargo documents.

Starting from AMD’s midrange candidate – the RX 7600 XT, according to the leaker, already have a few dates set, including the public release date. AIBs are said to be sending review units starting on 15th May, with reviews (for MSRP models) up 9 days later on 24th, and above-MSRP models to follow on 26th. Official release is currently set on 25th of May, with no information on whether an MBA (Made by AMD) card will exist.

 

Interestingly, AMD has opted to jump across multiple tiers down from the flagship RX 7900 series, skipping RX 7800 and RX 7700 altogether. While there’s no official reason for such move, it’s fairly easy to speculate that Team Red’s recent push on RX 6000 series (and their comparatively larger VRAM pools compared to NVIDIA counterpart) is likely seen as an attempt to move the remaining inventory out of the way before the high-end RX 7000 SKUs are greenlit for launch.

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Image: Videocardz

Meanwhile on Team Green, an internal documents released for press members has listed somewhat specific launch window for the next GPU in line – the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti. The sampling process is already underway at this writing, though the actual date for the release is listed as “end of May” for now. It’s possible that NVIDIA will choose to place it right before AMD’s midranger release to garner more publicity for the card – though anything can still happen at current time.

All the leaks so far has pointed to both cards being direct competitors – with 8GB VRAM, similar TGP/TBP and the SKU naming, the competition among the midrange segment should be a heated up one.

Source: Videocardz (1, 2)

Pokdepinion: The recent trend has taught me to be very skeptical of the pricing, I don’t think it’s going to be cheap from both sides since previous generations are co-existing with these new ones. 

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