MSI Radeon RX 6750 XT Gaming X TRIO 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.



In our testing, the overclocked GPU outperformed the reference model 6700 XT by a modest margin in most tests. The Tri Frozr heatsink offers three Torx 4.0 fans. The fans employ ball bearings to reduce noise and have a longer lifespan. The fan blades come in pairs, two tied together by a linked outer ring, which MSI claims concentrates airflow into the heatsink. The RX 6750 also has Zero Frozr technology, which keeps the fans turned off until cooling is required, making it quiet at low temperatures.


The MSI Gaming X Trio RX 6750 XT is 324mm long and 141mm wide, which is not too large for most compact ATX chassis. If we choose vertical mounting, the thickness of 55 mm can cause an issue. Internally Six heat pipes are squared off where they make contact with the GPU die in the 2.5-slot design. This flattening improves thermal performance by increasing contact area. Deflectors on the fin stack are supposed to increase airflow dynamics. These deflectors increase the surface area and direct the air to where it is most required. MSI further claims that the wave-curved 2.0 fin edges reduce noise by disrupting undesired airflow noise.



The GPU receives power from two 8-pin PCIe connections. When combined with the PCIe slot, the card supplies up to 375 W of in-spec power, which is more than enough to power the card even when overclocked.


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