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PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6750 XT|
|Game Clock||2533 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2623 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2560 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||18000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||250W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Power Connector||1 x 6-Pin + 1 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||281 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.06" x 4.53"|
|Slot Width||2.5 slot|
|Date First Available||May 10, 2022|
Pros: Bought this card shortly after launch, Has performed exactly as advertised, Had some coil whine here and there but it wasn't to bad. I think this and the 6700xt are great pickups
Overall Review: Yes is Recommend
Pros: Specific to this Gigabyte model GPU: - Probably the best price-to-performance ratio on the GPU market right now (April 2023), this card trades blow in rastered titles with the 3070, 3070 Ti and 2080 ti. - Quiet and cool operation, even under heavy load (in sub 120FPS situations, see below) - The RGB gigabyte logo on the side is a nice touch General to the RX 6750 XT lineup overall: - AMD's VR support has improved immensely over the years, meaning this card remains competitive while in a virtual reality headset.
Cons: Specific to this Gigabyte model GPU: - Noticeable and very high pitched coil whine in high (120+) FPS situations. (This issue is specific to this model of card - a 6750xt from a different manufacturer may have and will likely have less coil whine by comparison) - Very "stuck" to stock clocks and wattage, only managed to undervolt to 1175w General to the RX 6750 XT lineup overall: - Poor raytracing performance when compared to similarly specced Nvidia cards.
Overall Review: Let's get the worst out of the way first - This specific model of the RX 6750 XT exhibits considerable coil whine. Coil whine does differ between different instances of the same model card, but not considerably, and you're not likely to "win" the silicon lottery and wind up with an instance of this card with significantly less - it has more to do with the actual design of the inductors and PCB used than it does the silicon lottery or overall GPU lineup. Another firm's version of the 6750 XT is likely to suffer from significantly less coil whine, so if budget and availability allows, you might want to look at the products of other manufacturers first. People have reported issues with Gigabyte's customer support, and while I haven't had any such problems, it's worth emphasizing that even if you do purchase this model card and successfully RMA it due to coil whine, **the new unit you receive will likely have the same issue.** There's a bit of buyer beware and due diligence here. If you feel the need to go with this model regardless, there are steps you can take as a customer to mitigate coil whine. The coil whine on this (and most) cards typically is most noticeable when gaming at very high framerates (greater than 120FPS) and has less to do with the load actually being placed on the GPU, which means that if you prioritize high settings rather than going too wild on the framerates, you're not liable to notice a problem at all. Additionally, coil whine can be dampened significantly by using a computer case with solid front and side panels, and while this isn't typically great for airflow, some dual chamber cases like the Lian Li o11 D and o11 D mini, as well as the HYTE Y60, have created designs with physically solid front and side panels that still allow for great airflow. This card is very successful in my experience so far at staying cool. Under long term stress testing, this thing never once climbed up above 80c, the fans seeming perfectly able to handle a full load without ever having to spin up to very high speeds, meaning this GPU will stay cool and quiet, so long as you keep the coils from whining too much with the steps outlined above. The RX 6750 XT overall is a fantastic GPU. It trades blows with mid range Nvidia GPUs like the 3070, 3070 ti, and will likely trade blows with the 4060 when it releases, but it does all of this at a significantly lower price point while having a much higher stash of VRAM, which seems to be a necessary consideration going forward, all at $100 less than what you can see the 3070 for on Newegg. It's worth mentioning that AMD's performance per dollar deal does break down when trying to play games with Raytracing turned on, as Nvidia's cards just do RT much better, however, most games with raytracing currently available still look beautiful while rastered. I was expecting my VR performance to take a hit with this card, as there had been word of AMD's driver optimization being less than stellar for VR. Maybe that's not really an issue anymore after AMD's big driver rewrite a while back, or maybe I just got lucky, because this card performs roughly as expected when compared with its peers in VR, at least on my Valve Index. The 6700xt, 6750xt, and 6800 are likely to be the RX 580 of the next few hardware generations, so I would absolutely recommend this card to any budget minded but ambitious PC gamers looking for an upgrade right now. As for this specific model? It might be wise to look at what other firms like MSI, ASRock or Sapphire have to offer before springing for this card, but if you do wind up going with Gigabyte, the coil whine issue is survivable with a little bit of forethought and understanding of your own priorities and needs as a user.
Pros: got it in a few days, nice metal back plate, reinstall your gpu drivers too, Doesnt crash like my 5700xt did.
Overall Review: so far so good, software is nice. Doesnt crash like my 5700xt did.
Pros: Good quality, big cooler that does work as passive cooling with the fans turned off on a normal PC usages load.
Cons: Only 2 issues.... 1: The cooler is actually quite thick, I thought it was going to be 2 bays thick because of the rear mount plate, but it's actually more like 3 bays thick. It was a problem when trying to install on a small motherboard with m.2 PCI adaptor, which I didn't plan ahead for. 2: There's no way to access the RGB LED's plug for the brand logo without taking the backplate and cooler off. It would've been easier to unplug the LEDs that way, but I resorted to download and install RGB Fusion from their website, just to turn it off. Uninstalled the software afterward and it's still off, which is good. Don't need the bloatware and don't need the RGB lights keeping me up at night.
Overall Review: Awesome card nonetheless! Despite the mounting issue, I went for vertical mounting with a PCI cable and it's just awesome. I get to play good games now. :)
Pros: The three fans keeps it cool and quiet. Much better deal than the Nvidia cards of the same price. The RX 6750 XT in a 12 game average test fell right between the RX 3070 and RX 3070 Ti.
Cons: None really. Just make sure you have a good power supply and a large case. I bought two of these and it just fit in my case and I had to modify my daughters case a little to get it in.
Overall Review: Huge upgrade from my old Nvidea GTX 1060. I mostly play Forza Horizon 4 & 5. With my old 1060 I was getting an average of 75 FPS in FH5 with the settings on high - which is really medium in that game. Now it's set to Extreme and I'm well over 100 FPS. I would be getting higher because this GPU is only running at about 80% but I'm now limited by my old CPU and motherboard. Time to upgrade those I guess.
Pros: 3070 like performance, fits the Meshify C mini case, no substantial coil whine. Mine doesnt go above 66 during gaming.
Cons: Slightly more power hungry compared to nvidia. Not gsync, no dlss? Lol
Overall Review: First Radeon since my HD 7950. For price hard to beat seeing how comparable are more $$. Figured Id try AMD since Ive been using nvidia since the 7950 with my most recent gpu being the msi 3080 trio. Not in same league but enough for 1440p
Pros: Fast Great drivers Solid community
Cons: Card is big
Overall Review: I was a huge fan of ATI and never liked Nvidia on account of their market share and general unfriendliness toward their users and the market in general. That was until about 8 years ago when I was fed up with ATI/AMD drivers absolutely being horrible. A lot has changed though and I wanted to give them another chance, so I bought this card after seeing it reviewed favorably compared to the 3060ti (the comparable Nvidia offering). So far it's been solid as a rock, I easily get 150fps on the games I play at ultra and 4k so my 144hz monitor makes them look absolutely amazing. It's a lot of beef for a budget card.
Pros: Value, AMD synergy, temperature, low noise, solid look and feel.
Cons: None so far!
Overall Review: Purchased on sale @$380, but would have happily paid $450. For what this card offers, I could absolutely not justify paying over three times more for a rtx4080 with the performance gap not being worth the $ gap. I dont see scarcity, I just have kids that funnel away that monetary abundance you feel? Paired with my 5800x cpu and Gigabyte MB, there is a ton of customization available. This card benchmarks right around the rtx2080ti for reference.