XFX uploaded details about a "Radeon RX 470D", which appears to be a cut-down version of AMD's Radeon RX 470 series. VideoCardz offers some insight and writes that while the RX 470D may not be the card's official name, there's enough concrete information to make it clear that a new product from AMD is on the way.
Other rumors claim this card may be launched as the Radeon RX 470 SE or Radeon RX 465, and each site offers different specifications. VideoCardz speculates the new mystery card is likely a cut-down version of the RX 470 with 1792 stream processors.
Performance-wise this card would compete with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. Guess we'll find out more in the coming weeks:
So we have three sources clearly suggesting that something is coming.
Radeon RX 470D/SE is likely a new model that will fill the gap between RX 470 and RX 460, which as you know is quite big. So I’m guessing this card will probably compete with GeForce GTX 1050 Ti performance and price wise, while RX 460 will have to fight against GTX 1050.
According to PCOnline, we should expect Radeon RX 470D/SE few days after GTX 1050 becomes available, so probably early November. Of course, we will keep you informed if we learn more.