AMD, which has released the RX 6400 entry-level graphics card, is making its final preparations to announce the Radeon RX 6X50 XT series. A new model called the RX 6750 XT was previously confirmed. The upcoming card has now surfaced on the GFXBench tesdollar series.
GFXBench is not a very sensible tool for testing and comparing PC graphics hardware, but we do have these results. We also have some data on the Radeon RX 6700 XT currently on sale so we can compare.
When we look at Aztec Ruins tesdollar series, we see that the renewed graphics card is only 1% faster. As we said, GFXBench and especially the old Aztec Ruins test don’t offer good scaling with fast PC GPUs.
|Aztec Ruins High||AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT||AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT|
|Onscreen||21,489 frames (334.2 FPS)||9,480 frames (147.4 FPS)|
|Offscreen||23.286 frames (362.2 FPS)||23.565 frames (366.5 FPS)|
On the other hand, we do know that the upcoming cards will be powered by 18 Gbps memories instead of 16 Gbps. Other than that, no information has yet emerged. However, AMD can increase frequency speeds with the memory update.
Refreshed RDNA 2 display cardsyellow not officially confirmed. Judging by the various leaks, these kardollarsars will be on the market next month. The refreshed RX 6750 XT will theoretically have 12% more memory bandwidth with the memory improvement. We’ll see the impact this has on performance in future reviews.