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ASUS ROG Radeon RX 6750 XT STRIX Review

ASUS ROG Radeon RX 6750 XT STRIX Review



Review – ASUS Radeon RX 6750 XT ROG Gaming OC12GB

ASUS is back with the STRIX OC edition; check out the factory-modified Radeon RX 6700 XT with dual BIOS and an amazing cooler. In silent BIOS mode, this card is completely silent. Will having 12 GB of GPU memory be enough? The year 2022 is about halfway through and AMD is now revamping its RDNA 2 graphics card portfolio with a new family of graphics cards. All are revamped and therefore reconfigured products and this means that they are not a new generation of boards, but rather an incremental improvement based on the same RDNA 2 architecture. The main difference here is the use faster memory. All three graphics cards include up to 18 Gbps of GDDR6 memory chips, compared to 16 Gbps on non-50 builds. Some AIBs will configure the 6650 XT at 17.5 Gbps, but with OC models configured at 18 Gbps. All graphics cards also use a comparable GPU to their predecessor, but will arrive with increased memory and boost/game clock rates. As such, the AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT will sit above the Radeon RX 6900 XT, and the Radeon RX 6750 XT will sit above the Radeon RX 6700 XT. of course, the Radeon RX 6650 XT will be placed above the Radeon RX 6600 XT. Think of it as AMD’s own “SUPER”; however, the shader and number of RTs remain the same without major advancements. The range is intended to provide performance improvements of between 5-10%, and memory will play an important role in achieving these performance goals. Again, the new range would be as follows:

  • Radeon RX 6950 XT: 5120 SP, 16 GB GDDR6 (18 Gbps), 256-bit bus, 335 W TBP
  • Radeon RX 6900 XT: 5120 SP, 16 GB GDDR6 (16 Gbps), 256-bit bus, 300 W TBP
  • Radeon RX 6750 XT: 2560 SP, 12 GB GDDR6 (18 Gbps), 192-bit bus, 250 TBP
  • Radeon RX 6700 XT: 2560 SP, 12 GB GDDR6 (16 Gbps), 192-bit bus, 230 W TBP
  • Radeon RX 6650 XT: 2048 SP, 8 GB GDDR6 (18 Gbps), 128-bit bus, 180 TBP
  • Radeon RX 6600 XT: 2048 SP, 8 GB GDDR6 (16 Gbps), 128-bit bus, 160 W TBP
















AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series
RX 6950 XT RX 6900 XT RX-6750 RX 6700 XT RX 6650 XT RX 6600 XT
GPUs Navi 21 XT(XH) Navi 21 XT(XH) Navi 22 XT Navi 22 XT Navi 23 XT Navi 23 XT
Cores 5120 5120 2560 2560 2048 2048
TMU 320 320 160 160 128 128
ORP 128 128 64 64 64 64
Infinite cache 128 MB 128 MB 96 MB 96 MB 32 MB 32 MB
Boost clock 2310MHz 2250MHz 2600MHz 2581MHz 2635MHz 2359MHz
Memory clock 18 Gbps 16 Gbps 18 Gbps 16 Gbps 17.5 Gbps 16 Gbps
Memory 16 GB GDDR6 16 GB GDDR6 12 GB GDDR6 12 GB GDDR6 8 GB GDDR6 8 GB GDDR6
Memory bus 256 bit 256 bit 192 bit 192 bit 128 bit 128 bit
Bandwidth 576 GB/s 512 GB/s 432 GB/s 384 GB/s 280 GB/s 256 GB/s
PAD 335W 300W 250W 230W 180W 160W
MSRP $1099 $999 $549 $479 $399 $379
Release date May 2022 December 2021 May 2022 March 2021 May 2022 August 2021

Sapphire Radeon RX 6750 XT NITRO+ Series

Introducing the ASUS ROG Gaming OC. The high-end graphics card is equipped with 12 GB of 192-bit, 18 Gbps GDDR6 memory. This card features triple fan cooling and dual bios design with performance and quiet modes; once the GPU warms up, the three fans start spinning and cooling, until that time it is passive. The modified RX 6750 XT graphics card has a stark black design with a backplate. In the I/O area, the board includes three DisplayPort 1.4 ports and one HDMI 2.1 port. Clock frequencies are listed as a boost of 2623 MHz. However, the Boost frequency is no longer a fixed parameter these days and can even vary a bit per card. The TGP allocation in performance mode is 230W. But as mentioned, depending on the power allocation and even the quality of the ASIC, it can have different values. The 12 GB GDDR6 memory is clocked at 2250 MHz (18 Gbps effective). We tested the factory-modified OC variant, which still overclocks quite well and makes this device a bit faster than the standard model’s Founder’s Edition spec. There is a lot to discuss; take a look at what is being reviewed today. After two pages of internal photographs, the review begins on the next page. The bitterest pill to swallow is the starting price, US$549. We have a lot to tell you, take a look at what’s being reviewed today. On the next two pages are some internal photos, after which we then move on to the review.






Introduction
Product Pictures
Product Pictures
GPU architecture and specs
Hardware Setup | Energy consumption
Graphics card temperatures
Graphics card thermal imaging (FLIR) measurements
Graphics Card Acoustic Levels
Environment and test equipment
Hitman III
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
far cry 6
Codemasters Formula 1 2021
The Witcher III Wild Hunt
Watch Dogs: Legion (Raytracing)
Cyberpunk 2077 (Raytraced)
Forza Horizon 5PC
DX11: Unigine: Overlay
3DMark FireStrike (Ultra)
3DMark Time Spy
DXR: Ray Tracing Performance – Synthetic
API Performance: Vulkan vs DirectX12 Raytracing
GPGPU: render performance calculation
Formula 1 and Watch Dogs: Legion (RSR)
Frame time analysis
Overclock the graphics card
The GPU Shootout
Final words and conclusion


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