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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RX6750XT CLP 12GO|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6750 XT|
|Core Clock||2235 MHz|
|Game Clock||2512 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2618 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2560 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||18 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||250W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||700W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||Triple Fan Design Stylish Metal Backplate Striped Axial Fan Ultra-fit Heatpipe 0dB Silent Cooling Super Alloy Graphics Card|
|Max GPU Length||303 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.93" x 5.16"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Package Contents||Accessories: 1 x Quick Installation Guide|
|Date First Available||May 10, 2022|
Pros: Good Price to performance ratio. -The Cooling solution is Good.
Cons: Had to reapply thermal paste to this thing to get the temps to stabilize. -Thermal paste is bad.
Overall Review: Maybe my situation is anecdotal. After remedying the problem I have not come to any heat issues since. Card is good just Asrock needs to tighten up their QC
Pros: I needed to stay within 2 slots due to having an mATX board and needing to use the slot below the x16 slot. Almost all of these new gen cards are at least 2.5 slot which is annoying. I was worried that the cooling my not be that great, but this card runs great and stays relatively cool all while remaining whisper quiet. I upgraded from a Vega 64 and I push a 144hz ultrawide (so about halfway between 1080 and 1440 in regard to number of pixels). Most of the games I play received about a 50% uplift from my well tuned Vega 64 LE. BF 2042 went from 80fps avg to about 120fps avg. BF V went from 110avg to locked at 144 (I set the frame limiter to 144). The best thing is that I don't notice this card when it ramps up, unlike the Vega sounding like a harrier jet doing a vertical takeoff... I also like the black with chrome accents as it matches my aesthetics well and I find that having zero LEDs(RGB or otherwise) to be refreshing.
Cons: None so far and I've been using it for a few months now.
Overall Review: I wasn't sure how ASRock would be as a GPU manufacturer. I usually go with Sapphire for AMD and EVGA for nVidia. So far I'm impressed with the build quality and functionality of this ASRock card. As long as nothing goes wrong at a later date, ASRock will now be added to my considerations and recommendations.
Pros: Price! Amazing performance on every benchmark and game that I've thrown at it. A 2k beast thus far. Runs very cool.
Cons: It's a bit large, but I expected that. Measure your case before purchase!
Overall Review: "This review for ASRock review rebate program." That being said, I would not hesitate to pull the trigger on this purchase again, and I have already recommended the card to several friends. I was using an RTX2060 SC Ultra that has been needing an upgrade for a while. I have never even used an AMD GPU for my personal machine, so I was a bit apprehensive. I followed a good online video on using DDU to uninstall previous drivers, and then loaded up AMD Adrenaline version 22.5.1. Card was immediately recognized, and I have had ZERO crashes or driver issues with my MSI Z490 Unify and 10700K. I also upgraded from 1080p to a 2K 32" curved 165Hz 1ms display immediately following the purchase of this card. The difference in my gaming experience compared to the RTX2060 @ 1080p is absolutely staggering! Games like AC:Valhalla simply take on another dimension. A few benchmarks at 2560x1440 with all stock settings on my CPU and the GPU (using Adrenaline software): 3dMark Timespy: The Asrock 6750xt self-boosted to 2706MHz, 61C max GPU temp, fans never got over 1720 rpm (very quiet still), overall score: 13154, GPU score: 13459. Unigine Heaven (All settings to Extreme/Ultra): GPU self-boosted to 2721MHz, 63C max temp, fans maxed at 1730rpm (very quiet still), FPS: 102 (37.4min/216.7max), score: 2575. So far, no regrets! If you are like me and a long time follower of the other brands, don't let it bother you...in my opinion, the price difference simply isn't worth it.
Pros: Good temps, never gets above 70 in my case (lian li lancool II mesh) Plays everything great, good upgrade from my 1050 ti
Overall Review: Worth it for 550$
Pros: Great card stays very cool, runs like a dream at 1440p gaming, price was unbeatable
Cons: Coil whine is a little annoying
Overall Review: I definitely recommend this product to anyone looking for a graphics card
Pros: - Great Cooling - Fast Performance - Nice Design - Worked with little to no set up
Cons: - Large, its a thin card but extremely long and wide - No lighting
Overall Review: I consider myself a pc enthusiast though I had fallen a bit away from building and using for about 2-3 years (mainly during covid). I originally had a nice PC with a 2070Super in it that I loved but decided to sell the entire system when PC parts became scarce and I wanted to cash in. I then went roughly 2 years with no real PC until I bought a gaming laptop with a 3060ti in it. It was a nice laptop but the laptop had a limited cpu and laptop gpus always arent that great either. So I decided to sell that and get back into real pc gaming. I came across this card when I was debating the 3060ti, 3070 (& ti variant) and the 6700xt. I didnt know 6750xt was a thing until I saw this and found it was only like $30more for what looked like a 6-10% or so increase in performance per game. Figured it was worth it. I must not have realized how bottlenecked that laptop actually was in gaming because games that I was getting around 65fps in, im getting around 90+ here and its incredible. First game I tested was Forza Horizon 5. I got a stable 60-65fps at ultra settings on the laptop, but with this I cranked it to Extreme settings and was getting 90+ fps on average. The card never went above 65 degrees either! Overall I am EXTREMELY happy with this purchase. I do wish it was Nvidia as I enjoy DLSS and have always been in that ecosystem, this is my first AMD graphics card so everything is new to me with their software and its not quite as simple and intuitive as Geforce is. But for the massive price to performance jump between this vs 3070/ti it was a no brainer to go this route and im happy I did. Just make sure your case is large enough to properly fit and cool this.
Overall Review: I was surprised at how quiet this GPU is even on graphic intensive games. This upgrade is worth every single penny.
Pros: quiet, good for business and all around basic use. I do not use it for gaming. more than adequate for normal non gaming use with good monitor.
Cons: none so far
Overall Review: It is a great option depending on your requirements. I would buy this again. It is very quiet.
Pros: - lots of monitor ports display port - good Linux support
Cons: - not tb4 or USB c Lots of watts!
Overall Review: Seems good enough. To bad it uses so much power!