The Radeon RX 6750 XT will include 12 GB of GDDR6 memory, which implies it will be coupled to a 192-bit wide memory bus, which remains to be a constraint. AMD attempts to compensate by operating it at 18 Gbps (effective data rate) and adding an extra L3 cache on-die on the GPU. Both will assist you at Full HD and WQHD resolutions, but if the L3 cache is drained, mostly in GPU-bound Ultra HD, performance will suffer. The MSI cooling system is a triple-fan design for the TRIO models. The cards all include HDMI 2.1 connections and the most recent DisplayPort generation.
|Product||Cores||Rops||Boost Max||Memory||Memory Clock||GPU||Power range|
|Radeon RX 6750 XT||2560||64||2600 MHz||DDR6||18 Gbps||Navi 22||0%|
|MSI RX 6750 XT Gaming X TRIO||2560||64||2624 MHz||DDR6||18 Gbps||Navi 22||10%|
We must admit, the TRIO cooler looks reputable on an MSI Radeon product. Aside from that, expect a product with a good fast Turbo at 2623 MHz and, of course, that 12GB of graphics RAM.
The majority of the card's RGB bling has been relocated to the top-edge of the card, towards the backplate, because those areas of the card are more visible to you in a standard windowed case than the front end with the fans.
I really like the backplate changes MSI made to the Radeon RX 6750 XT GAMING X TRIO compared to earlier generations. The dimensions of the card are 32 x 14 cm, and it weighs just over 1.5 kg.