MSI Radeon RX 6750 XT Gaming X TRIO review

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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.

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