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Review of AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT: faster, but not fast enough

Review of AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT: AMD‘s mid-gen Radeon 6000 invigorate, reported today, contains three new illustrations cards: the $399 RX 6650 XT, the $549 RX 6750 XT and the $1099 RX 6950 XT. Each offers little lifts to memory speeds (18GBps versus 16GBps for the 6750 XT against the OG 6700 XT) and somewhat higher power draw (250W versus 230W). That ought to convert into unassuming edge rate gains, yet this is a lot of a card that openings in to supplant the more seasoned RX 6700 XT instead of sitting in its own unmistakable power band – notwithstanding an ascent in asking cost. You can imagine it like the Ryzen 3000 XT CPUs that appeared a couple of months before Ryzen 5000 – a last hurrah before the valid cutting edge shows up.

We’re taking a gander at the center kid today, the kindness of PowerColor who gave us the RX 6750 XT Red Devil. It’s an appealing card with a thick warm arrangement, three fans, and the standard port plan: three DisplayPort 1.4 ports and one HDMI 2.1 port. As the name recommends, it illuminates in an awful red tone and requires two eight-pin assistant power inputs.

On our unit, one of the card’s three fans appeared to have been harmed in transportation, as it thumped into the side of the cover at low fan speeds. Fortunately, the card has a zero RPM mode out of gear and doesn’t thump once it hits around 50% fan speed, so this didn’t influence execution and the card’s temperatures stayed low (and clock speeds high) all through.

AMD GPU Specs CUs Boost Clock VRAM Mem Interface TDP Price
RX 6950 XT 80 2250MHz 16GB GDDR6 18Gbps 256-bit + 128MB IC 335W $1099
RX 6900 XT 80 2250MHz 16GB GDDR6 16Gbps 256-bit + 128MB IC 300W $999
RX 6800 XT 72 2250MHz 16GB GDDR6 16Gbps 256-bit + 128MB IC 300W $649
RX 6800 60 2105MHz 16GB GDDR6 16Gbps 256-bit + 128MB IC 250W $579
RX 6750 XT 40 2581MHz 12GB GDDR6 18Gbps 192-bit + 96MB IC 250W $549
RX 6700 XT 40 2581MHz 12GB GDDR6 16Gbps 192-bit + 96MB IC 230W $479
RX 6650 XT 32 2416MHz 8GB GDDR6 17.5Gbps 128-bit + 32MB IC 180W $399
RX 6600 XT 32 2416MHz 8GB GDDR6 16Gbps 128-bit + 32MB IC 160W $379

We’ve utilized our standard testing approach here, which is based around a Core i9 10900K test framework, locked to 5GHz on all centers and kept cool by an Eisbaer Aurora 240mm AiO. Different parts incorporate 16GB G.Skill DDR4-3600 CL16 RAM, a Samsung 970 Evo Plus 2TB SSD given by Box, an Asus Maximus Hero 13 Z590 motherboard, and a 1000W Corsair PSU.

Review of AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT

Radeon RX 6750 XT survey: chapter by chapter list

Look on for the full PDF audit treatment – in one page for your review satisfaction – or utilize the fast connections underneath to leap to anything that you’re generally inspired by.

Destruction Eternal, Control, Borderlands 3
Passing Stranding, Far Cry 5, Hitman 2
AC Odyssey, Metro Exodus, Dirt Rally, AC Unity
RT: Control, Metro Exodus, Battlefield 5
RX 6750 XT: The Digital Foundry Verdict
How about we move quickly into the gaming benchmarks. To the surprise of no one, we’ll begin with four games that regularly are the best event for new GPUs to separate themselves against more established age options, because of present-day game motors utilizing DirectX 12 or Vulkan to utilize our 10-center 20-string processor and push GPU use to the most extreme appropriately.

Then, at that point, we’ll investigate execution in additional standard games, then get done with a glance at three RT-empowered titles to check whether the RX 6750 XT can close the hole there. To the surprise of no one, you can float over the charts to see the qualities, and snap-on them to switch between crude edge rates and rate differentials.

Doom Eternal

GTX 1080 Ti 1080p
RTX 2060 Super 1080p
RTX 2070 1080p
RTX 2070 Super 1080p
RTX 2080 1080p
RTX 2080 Super 1080p
RTX 2080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3060 1080p
RTX 3060 Ti 1080p
RTX 3070 1080p
RTX 3070 Ti 1080p
RTX 3080 1080p
RTX 3080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3090 1080p
RTX 3090 Ti 1080p
RX 5700 XT 1080p
RX 6600 1080p
RX 6600 XT 1080p
RX 6700 XT 1080p
RX 6750 XT 1080p
RX 6800 1080p
RX 6800 XT 1080p
RX 6900 XT 1080p
 
Our Doom Eternal benchmark addresses a test for illustration cards with little VRAM allotments, on account of our utilization of the Ultra Nightmare preset, however with the 12GB of GDDR6 accessible here the RX 6750 XT has no issues hitting a high casing rate, even at 4K. We see a five percent execution lead at this goal for the 6750 XT over the 6700, which would make the first card a superior worth assuming both are accessible at RRP.

CONTROL: HIGH, DX12, TAA

Control is a game that suits Nvidia equipment over AMD, so it’s maybe nothing unexpected that the RX 6750 XT additionally gets the worst part of the deal here. At 4K, the RX 6750 XT is eight percent quicker than its ancestor, yet the ostensibly less expensive RTX 3060 Ti is much quicker than that. The RTX 3070, which the 6750 XT should be testing, is somewhere in the range of 22% quicker at this goal. Furthermore, these outcomes are for the unadulterated rasterized game, no RT – and as we probably are aware from past Radeon 6000 tests, RT regularly slants the tables significantly further towards Team Green…

Borderlands 3

BORDERLANDS 3: BAD ASS, DX12, TAA

GTX 1080 Ti 1080p
RTX 2070 1080p
RTX 2070 Super 1080p
RTX 2080 1080p
RTX 2080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3060 1080p
RTX 3060 Ti 1080p
RTX 3070 1080p
RTX 3070 Ti 1080p
RTX 3080 1080p
RTX 3080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3090 1080p
RTX 3090 Ti 1080p
RX 5700 XT 1080p
RX 6600 1080p
RX 6600 XT 1080p
RX 6700 XT 1080p
RX 6750 XT 1080p
RX 6800 1080p
RX 6800 XT 1080p
RX 6900 XT 1080p

Borderlands 3 is one more illustration of a game where we see generally little execution gains for the RX 6750 XT over the RX 6700 XT, with simply a three percent lead for the first card at each goal we tried.

Demise Stranding

RTX 2060 Super 1080p
RTX 2070 1080p
RTX 2070 Super 1080p
RTX 2080 1080p
RTX 2080 Super 1080p
RTX 2080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3060 1080p
RTX 3060 Ti 1080p
RTX 3070 1080p
RTX 3070 Ti 1080p
RTX 3080 1080p
RTX 3080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3090 1080p
RTX 3090 Ti 1080p
RX 5700 XT 1080p
RX 6600 1080p
RX 6600 XT 1080p
RX 6700 XT 1080p
RX 6750 XT 1080p
RX 6800 1080p
RX 6800 XT 1080p
RX 6900 XT 1080p

Demise Stranding is a game that performs way better on AMD equipment, so it’s great to see that pattern go on with the RX 6750 XT. It deals with an easy 74fps normal at 4K, a strong eight percent lead over the 6700 XT, and inside two or three rate points of the RTX 3070.

Long ways 5

GTX 1080 Ti 1080p
RTX 2070 1080p
RTX 2070 Super 1080p
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RTX 2080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3060 1080p
RTX 3060 Ti 1080p
RTX 3070 1080p
RTX 3070 Ti 1080p
RTX 3080 1080p
RTX 3080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3090 1080p
RTX 3090 Ti 1080p
RX 5700 XT 1080p
RX 6600 1080p
RX 6600 XT 1080p
RX 6700 XT 1080p
RX 6750 XT 1080p
RX 6800 1080p
RX 6800 XT 1080p
RX 6900 XT 1080p

At lower goals, Far Cry 5 is intensely CPU-bottlenecked – yet as the goal increments, contrasts between various cards begin to become obvious. The RX 6750 XT records its greatest benefit here yet, with a 10 percent lead over the 6700, while again coming extremely close to the RTX 3070. Not awful, AMD!

Hired gunman 2

Hired gunman 2: ULTRA, DX12, TAA
GTX 1080 Ti 1080p
RTX 2070 1080p
RTX 2070 Super 1080p
RTX 2080 1080p
RTX 3060 1080p
RTX 3060 Ti 1080p
RTX 3070 1080p
RTX 3080 1080p
RTX 3080 Ti 1080p
RTX 3090 1080p
RTX 3090 Ti 1080p
RX 5700 XT 1080p
RX 6600 1080p
RX 6600 XT 1080p
RX 6700 XT 1080p
RX 6750 XT 1080p
RX 6800 1080p
RX 6800 XT 1080p
RX 6900 XT 1080p

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