Fudzilla claims that AMD will launch its two desktop Navi 23 graphics cards on August 11th.
The website has cited their source who claims that AMD will launch both the Radeon RX 6600 XT and Radeon RX 6600 non-XT on Wednesday.
The website clearly states that AMD will launch these cards, which means that they may soon announce the cards since the launch is normally dependent on product reviews and product availability.
Almost all the details of both the cards are unknown. AMD will offer Navi 23 GPU, which has already been introduced for the mobile market as RX 6600M, and workstation as Radeon Pro W6600(M).
It is expected that RX 6600XT will have full 2048 Stream Processors on the Navi 23 GPU paired with 8GB GDDR6 RAM. The non-XT variant, on the other hand, will share the same core count and RMA as RX 6600M, 1792. It will have 1792 and a RAM of 4 or 8 gigs.
Unfortunately, Fudzilla has no update on RX 6600 series MSRP, but the cards should be under the 400 dollar price tag. The word is that the single-fan reference model pictured below will only be used for marketing purposes, as AMD is allegedly going to launch this card exclusively through its board partners.