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RX 7600 XT release time prediction – when may it arrive?

The info you need to get the card as close to launch as possible
Last Updated on January 24, 2024
Learn about the release time of the RX 7600 XT.
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Time isn’t a known quantity when it comes to component launches. That is, there’s rarely an official “X will launch at Y time” made available to the public. So if you’re looking for the RX 7600 XT release time what is there to go on? Well, experience is the key thing: although it’s not an exact science, we can offer a view of when AMD’s latest should hit wider availability.

RX 7600 XT release time prediction

Although we don’t know exactly when the RX 7600 XT will arrive, AMD tends to follow a similar pattern for its graphics card launches. In general, 6am PT (9am ET, 2pm GMT) is the time that listings appear on key retailers. Historically that’s been the case, and we predict the 7600 XT release time will largely follow suit. That isn’t to say that listings won’t arrive before or after, but prior releases generally gravitate around those times. That’s important info if you’re looking to buy the RX 7600 XT – and if you want quick access to buy links we’ve got those below.

RX 7600 XT quick buy links US

RX 7600 XT quick buy links CA

RX 7600 XT quick buy links UK

How much is the RX 7600 XT?

AMD’s RX 7600 XT arrives with an MSRP of $329, making it the most affordable graphics card launching in January – a world apart from Nvidia’s Super range. But then this card is focused on 1080p gaming. It arrives with a price some $60 higher than that of the non-XT card. So there is a slight premium on it, but it still counts as fairly ‘affordable’ – at least in today’s market. Whether partner cards stick to that pricing remains to be seen.

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