PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6750 XT|
|Game Clock||2554 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2623 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2560 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||18 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||273W Total Board Power|
|System Requirements||PCI Express compatible motherboard with one x16 PCIe slot|
Minimum 650W or greater power supply
Minimum 8GB of system memory. Recommended 16GB
Installation software requires a keyboard, a mouse, and a display
A display with HDMI, or DisplayPort is required
Supported operating systems include Linux, Windows 7/10/11. 64-bit operating system required
* Windows 7 does not support all features including by not limited to Hardware Raytracing
DirectX 12 and Vulkan support
For information on AMD Radeon VR Ready Premium visit amd.com/VRready
|Recommended PSU Wattage||Minimum 650W or greater power supply|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NITRO+ Product Features:|
Software BIOS Switch
NITRO Glow ARGB
Quick Connect Fan
External RGB LED Synchronization
Angular Velocity Fan Blade (New)
Wave Fin Design
V Shape Fin Design
Integrated Cooling Module
AMD Radeon Product Features:
AMD RDNA 2 Architecture
12GB GDDR6 Memory
PCI Express 4.0
DirectX 12 Ultimate
Radeon Anti Lag
AMD Freesync Technology
|Max GPU Length||310 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.20" x 5.15"|
|Slot Width||Triple Slot|
|Date First Available||May 10, 2022|
Pros: Card is gorgeous, and seems to work beautifully. So far runs everything I can throw at it at 1080p with High/Ultra quality, super smooth with no stuttering. Its super quiet out of the box under mild to moderate load conditions before the fans really kick on. It comes with a little support bracket, idk how much it helps but it installs using 2 screws on the same part of the case where you secure the card, with the first screw occupying the second screw slot of the card bracket. Even without the support arm this is a 3-slot chonker for sure. One thing I did notice is that while the other 6750XT cards use a 6-pin/8-pin power connector setup, this one uses 2x8-pin connectors. Not an issue, just something to note since it is different. In the box you get the card, the support piece, 2 screws with gaskets, and a little booklet. Everything you need, but I miss the days when youd get extra cables or little adapters and stickers and other goodies. Sapphires proprietary customization software isnt very polished, but its not bloated and works.
Cons: The only con I have right now is that Sapphires proprietary customization software does not let you do too much with the RGB lighting, if you want to really customize it youll have to connect it to an addressable port on your MB but there is a handy header for this on the edge of the card.
Overall Review: Would recommend to others looking for a good mid-range option for 1080p or 1440p gaming. Could handle 4k Im sure with some settings turned down.
Pros: Very silent and cool, stays around ~64C when fully OC'd Quite overclockable, mine can handle around 2.8Ghz Nice for 1440p gaming Good step up from a 1080 Ti
Cons: Adrenaline software was causing issues in a few games with stuttering and severe extended fps drops , decided to uninstall all Radeon software then only install graphics drivers and it now performs as expected Junction temp can get a lil toasty at 97C not sure if that's normal or not but apparently it throttles at 110C
Overall Review: Would recommend for sure, nitro model especially both looks and behaves like a premium card First time owning a Radeon card since an RX 480 and this thing proves how much massive growth AMD has had in the graphics division since then
Pros: Runs great in silent bios mode, rgb looks nice.
Cons: Causes system to crash when switched out of silent bios mode. Argb header in a terrible location/no easy access pins broke off trying to plug in the cable
Overall Review: Overall great card if you don't mind not being able to sync the card with the rest of arbg. Dual bios switch redundant.
Pros: Stupid fast card. Doom Eternal with RT on hitting a 130-150fps range with high settings at 1080p. The three fans make less noise than the two on my Vega64 did.
Overall Review: Really nice bit of hardware that I haven't even felt the urge to try and overclock.
Pros: -wicked fast -not $1400 new -adjusting the fan curve keeps it below 70c under load. -could be viewed as a con, but it has a massive 3 fan cooler.
Cons: -It's big, easily twice the size of my 580. It does ship with a bracket however.
Overall Review: Finally available for MSRP, Sapphire makes quality cards.