For a couple of months now, there have been rumours claiming that AMD will be launching new, refreshed RX 6000 series graphics cards in Q2 2022. Now thanks to new leaks, we know to expect three refreshed graphics cards in May.
Initial rumours pointed to an April launch for the refreshed GPUs, but according to Videocardz sources, this launch has been moved to the 10th of May. On that date, AMD will reportedly launch three new GPUs – an RX 6960 XT, an RX 6750 XT and an RX 6650 XT.
We're not sure if all three graphics cards will be available directly from AMD, but AMD does have a set of all-black reference GPU coolers prepared for such an occasion, as seen in the leaked image above from Videocardz. All three seem to borrow from the RX 6800 XT Midnight Black Edition, which had an extremely limited release shortly after the GPU launched.
All three refreshed GPUs are expected to ship with small tweaks to clock speeds and memory. AMD may have another GPU up its sleeve as well, as we've recently received word of an RX 6300, although this may be an OEM-only GPU.
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KitGuru Says: GPU prices are finally starting to come down and retail stock is starting to show signs of improvement. If one of these refreshed GPUs is available at close to an MSRP price tag in the next couple of months, will you be buying one?