Over the past few days, we are getting numerous leaks on the possible pricing of the Radeon RX 7600 GPU which is planned to release this month.
As we saw a few days ago that Cowcotland suggests that the RX 7600 will be launching for $349 Euros in France, we have more new leaks that indicate roughly the same pricing.
A new recent price leak was reported by Videocardz which found out that PC-canada.com is currently listing a Sapphire RX 7600 Gaming OC for $452 CAD and an MSI RX 7600 Mech 2x Classic 8G OC for $444 CAD.
Even though these are out of stock right now as the official launch date is the 25th of this month, we can still get an idea of how much these cards will be priced in the United States.
Both these cards convert to around $330 USD and this further strengthens the leak by Cowcotland that the RX 7600 is supposedly going to be priced between $300-$330.
This doesn’t look impressive at all because it was expected that it was going to launch somewhere between $250-$280 as the 8GB cards that cost over $300 have already lost appeal.
Seeing this, it looks like Nvidia is probably pricing its RTX 4060 for around $350 as the 4060 Ti 8GB is going for $400 according to @Zed__Wang.
4060Ti 8G 399
4060Ti 16G 499
— MEGAsizeGPU (@Zed__Wang) May 17, 2023
So, these prices make the older generation cards much more appealing but of course, they do come with some limitations compared to RX 7000 and RTX 4000 series like lack of AV1 encoding support which is a dealbreaker for many.
The green team has supposedly ramped up the production of these graphics cards because the 4060 Ti 8GB launch date is very close and the other two GPUs will also be launched within two months.