Sapphire Readies New Radeon RX 6750 XT Graphics Card To Tackle RTX 4060 Ti

By: Muhammad Zuhair Haider Zaidi

Sapphire has silently launched a new variant of the Radeon RX 6750 XT graphics card which is expected to tackle the RTX 4060 Ti.

Sapphire’s Unnamed Radeon RX 6750 XT to Feature Triple-Fan Design, Metal Backplate, and Cheaper Price

The release of this variant is unexpected, considering how the RDNA3 GPUs have taken over the place. It’s possible that the business still has some RDNA 2 chips lying about and wants to put them to good use, which would call for a release of this kind. Regarding specifications, the Sapphire RX 6750XT will feature 12GB GDDR6 memory with a 192-bit bus interface. The GPU will come clocked at 2495 MHz ‘Game’ and 2600 MHz ‘Boost’ clocks. It offers 13.31 TFLOPs of peak FP32 performance.

The Sapphire RX 6750XT variant features a triple-fan design for optimal cooling. It also adopts a composite heat pipe, allowing even cooling distribution across the GPU.  It features a simple matte black design with a metallic backplate to enhance the aesthetics.

However, you will be disappointed that this GPU won’t feature an RGB option and is more suitable for minimal PC builds. The Sapphire RX 6750XT will also support TRIXX software allowing users to adjust the GPU’s performance and clock speeds according to their requirements. You can place this variant somewhere between the Sapphire Pulse and the NITRO+ edition.

Compared to its performance with the current generation of NVIDIA, it offers similar performance to the RTX 4060 Ti. It also features a much larger memory capacity; hence you can run all demanding titles without worrying about less VRAM. Since the RTX 4060 Ti retails for around US $400-450, the RX 6750 XT seems an excellent option for those who expect higher performance at a lesser price. However, the only tradeoff you get are features such as DLSS 3.0 and Raytracing.