The RX 6750XT Red Devil Radeon graphics card from PowerColor has already been featured at the RRA (Korean National Radio Research Agency), so its launch is more than imminent in the coming weeks.
RX 6750XT is included in the Korean RRA and is about to be launched
PowerColor has revealed its upcoming upper mid-range model to the Korea National Radio Research Agency, suggesting that its launch is imminent.
On May 10, AMD will officially unveil some new mid-range and upper mid-range models in the RX 6000 family. One of them is the RX 6750XT.
The graphics card mentioned in the RRA is the AXRX 6750XT 12GBD6-3DHEOC, which is one of PowerColor’s many custom models. The presentation of this model took place on March 29 and was announced only now.
The RX 6750XT model will feature a Navi 22 GPU with 2560 stream processors and 12GB of GDDR6 memory on a 192-bit bus. The difference with the RX 6700 XT model is that the memory is faster with a speed of 18 Gbps.
This model and some of its siblings were supposed to be released on April 20, but due to the pandemic in China, everything was pushed back to May 10.
This model should make things a little more interesting in the upper mid-range and give gamers looking to upgrade their PC more options. We’ll be sure to keep you updated as things progress.