MSI Radeon RX 6750 XT Gaming X Trio is built on AMD’s sleek new performance-segment GPU, the Radeon RX 6750 XT, making it the fastest custom-design graphics card from MSI to date. The AMD RX 6750 XT joins the RX 6950 XT and RX 6650 XT in today’s announcement of the company’s top-end RX 6000 series. The refresh is designed to take advantage of the lowering graphics card prices over the summer months, when gamers are more likely to buy new equipment.
MSI Radeon RX 6750 XT Gaming X Trio 12G
There are already a number of high-end graphics cards in this price range, including AMD’s own RX 6800 and RX 6700 XT graphics cards, as well as the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070 Ti, and the upcoming GeForce RTX 3070. It’s possible to play at 1440p, including ray tracing, using some cunning settings with FidelityFX Super Resolution, or even Radeon Super Resolution, while still being able to play at 4K.
Like the Radeon RX 6950 XT, the Radeon RX 6750 XT is an upgrade to the Radeon RX 6700 XT. The product has been improved in three crucial areas—GPU clock speeds, memory speeds, and software-level secret sauce. Game clocks (de facto GPU clocks) on the RX 6750 XT are higher than those on the RX 6700 XT at 2495 MHz. With an increase in memory capacity from 384 GB/s to 432 GB/s, the second improvement is a switch to faster 18 Gbps memory over the RX 6700 XT’s slower 16 Gbps memory. The typical amount of memory is still 12 GB, with a 192-bit memory bus width. Although the RTX 3070’s bus widths are 256-bit, AMD has developed alternative ways to speed up the memory subsystem, such as 96 MB of Infinity Cache, a fast on-chip memory.
The RX 6750 XT has the same core configuration as its predecessor—
40 RDNA2 compute units, 2,560 stream processors, 40 Ray Accelerators, 160 TMUs, and 64 ROPs. Additionally, AMD is working on a firmware and driver upgrade that will further enhance the performance of its processors. There’s a lot of mystery surrounding this “secret sauce,” but we discovered that the new drivers are faster in CPU-limited settings. A typical board power of 250 W is provided by the RX 6750 XT, compared to 230 W on the RX 6700 XT. As a result, the RX 6750 XT should be more efficient than factory-overclocked RX 6700 XT cards, which utilise slower 16 Gbps memory and power tuning by board partners. The MSI RX 6750 XT Gaming X Trio utilises a massive aluminium fin-stack heatsink with a strong Tri Frozr cooling technology and three RGB LED-lit fans to ventilate the GPU. Compared to 2495 MHz reference game clocks, MSI delivered the RX 6750 XT factory overclocked rates of 2554 MHz, MSI. At 18 Gbps, the memory remains unaltered. In terms of pricing, MSI was unable to offer any insight. We estimate that the MSI RX 6750 XT Gaming X Trio will cost roughly $630 from various sellers.
|RTX 2070 Super||$520||2560||64||1605 MHz||1770 MHz||1750 MHz||TU104||13600M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|Radeon VII||$800||3840||64||1400 MHz||1800 MHz||1000 MHz||Vega 20||13230M||16 GB, HBM2, 4096-bit|
|RX 6600 XT||$430||2048||64||2359 MHz||2589 MHz||2000 MHz||Navi 23||11060M||8 GB, GDDR6, 128-bit|
|RX 6650 XT||$450
|2048||64||2410 MHz||2635 MHz||2190 MHz||Navi 23||11060M||8 GB, GDDR6, 128-bit|
|RTX 2080||$500||2944||64||1515 MHz||1710 MHz||1750 MHz||TU104||13600M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 2080 Super||$600||3072||64||1650 MHz||1815 MHz||1940 MHz||TU104||13600M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 3060 Ti||$570||4864||80||1410 MHz||1665 MHz||1750 MHz||GA104||17400M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RX 6700 XT||$540||2560||64||2424 MHz||2581 MHz||2000 MHz||Navi 22||17200M||12 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit|
|RX 6750 XT||$600
|2560||64||2495 MHz||2600 MHz||2250 MHz||Navi 22||17200M||12 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit|
|MSI RX 6750 XT
Gaming X Trio
|$630||2560||64||2554 MHz||2623 MHz||2250 MHz||Navi 22||17200M||12 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit|
|RTX 2080 Ti||$720||4352||88||1350 MHz||1545 MHz||1750 MHz||TU102||18600M||11 GB, GDDR6, 352-bit|
|RTX 3070||$650||5888||96||1500 MHz||1725 MHz||1750 MHz||GA104||17400M||8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 3070 Ti||$700||6144||96||1575 MHz||1770 MHz||1188 MHz||GA104||17400M||8 GB, GDDR6X, 256-bit|
|RX 6800||$750||3840||96||1815 MHz||2105 MHz||2000 MHz||Navi 21||26800M||16 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RX 6800 XT||$800||4608||128||2015 MHz||2250 MHz||2000 MHz||Navi 21||26800M||16 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit|
|RTX 3080||$900||8704||96||1440 MHz||1710 MHz||1188 MHz||GA102||28000M||10 GB, GDDR6X, 320-bit|
Q1: What’s the verdict on the RX 6800 XT’s performance?
According to my own tests, the RX 6800 XT is one of the top AMD graphics cards, beating the RTX 3070 by roughly 10-15 percent in rasterized titles despite costing around the same price.
Q2: How good of a GPU is the RX 6700 XT?
An superb 1440p graphics card, the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT brings the RDNA 2 architecture to a somewhat lower price point. However, because of its price proximity to the RTX 3070, it may not be the ideal pick for your gaming needs.
Q3: Is there an Nvidia version of the RX 5700 XT that I’m missing?
It’s the Nvidia RTX 2070. RTX 2070 Super and AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT are the final two graphics cards in the last-generation competition. At full HD and 1440p, both GPUs offer good performance, and they’re not too pricey (if you can find one in stock).
Q4: Which is better: Rx or RTX?
In 1440p and 4K, the RX 6800 XT and RTX 3080 are neck-and-neck in Brad Chacos’s RX 6800 review. The 6800 XT really takes off at 1080p, with a much larger lead. The RTX 3080 is marginally better, but only at high resolutions; this seems to be typical of many games.
Q5: How well does the 6800 XT handle 4K?
Verdict. The Radeon RX 6800 XT can play most recent PC games at 4K resolution and more than 60 frames per second with no problems. When playing high-fps games, you’ll have to lower the resolution of your monitor down to either 1440p or 1080p, depending on your display.
Q6: Is the 6800xt superior to the 3080 in terms of performance?
At 4K, the 6800 XT outperformed its predecessor by 11 percent, 17 percent, and 20 percent, respectively. With either GPU, God of War performs decently, but the RTX 3080 is the best. Despite the fact that both graphics cards were able to achieve 60 frames per second in 4K, the GeForce was 20 percent quicker.