ASRock Radeon RX 6750 XT Phantom review

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The 6750 XT series will not (yet) replace the 6700 XT; the Radeon RX 6750 XT features a comparable 2560 stream/Shader processor count to the 5700 XT and 6700 XT. The L3 cache and RDNA2 GPU architecture, on the other hand, will result in a speedier product. This card has a maximum boost speed of 2624 (reference 2600 MHz). The BIOS supports fan stop in idle mode, which means the card is passive (no fans spinning) while not in use, bringing you the benefit of a silent device.



There are three DisplayPort v1.4 and one HDMI 2.1 connections for monitor output. Although the silver portions may not appeal to everyone if you have a stealthy black-out build, I think it's a great-looking card. Due to the cooling design, please be aware that the product emits a significant volume of heated air; you'll need a PC with a well-ventilated intake (front) and exhaust (rear/top).



This card is powered by two 8-pin PCIE power connectors. It has a TBP (or total board power) of roughly 250W, hence we recommend an 850W or greater power supply.


This switch will provide you with a distinctive LED on/off switch (located near the PCIe 8-pin power ports) on the top of the board. This controls the card's ARGB illumination.  The card weighs a little over 1.5 kilograms and is 2.5 slots broad. If you do not purchase the OC model, the card comes reference-clocked; otherwise, the features are same. These are the factory-default clock frequencies. 


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