Everyone is quietly waiting for the premiere of new generation graphics cards. It should be presented later this year, and according to the initial leaks, we can expect not only high efficiency, but also huge power consumption. Moreover, prices can also rise to a higher level. Therefore, players will likely jump to the increasingly available models of the current generation. A good offer may be the updated AMD RDNA 2 modules, which will appear on the market at any moment. How do we know about this? Of course, from rumors so far, but also from the latest entry in the database of the Korean National Broadcasting Research Agency.
While the exact specifications of the card haven’t been confirmed yet, the tag does tell us that it has 12GB of GDDR6 VRAM. Maybe 18 Gbps modules.
AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT, RX 6750 XT and RX 6650 XT – we learned about the appearance and release date of the new RDNA 2 graphics cards
A product marked “AXRX 6750XT 12GBD6-3DHEOC” was found in the database. You can see right away that we’re dealing here with a new, yet to be announced Radeon RX 6750 XT. A very similar description can be found with the PowerColor RX 6700 XT Red Devil system, and therefore it can be concluded that the RX 6750 XT Red Devil is in the pipeline. Although the exact specifications for this card are yet to be confirmed, the tag tells us it has 12GB of GDDR6 VRAM. Maybe 18 Gbps modules. The OC note means that the card will be branded overclocked.
RX 6750 XT
AXRX 6750XT 12GBD6-3DHEOC
POWERCOLOR RX 6750 XT Devil D6 12GB pic.twitter.com/1zNECEGEcn
– 포시 (@harukaze5719) April 9, 2022
According to the latest information, AMD intends to launch the RX 6X50XT graphics cards on the market only on May 10, although it is possible that the announcement will come a little earlier. The original release date, set for April 20, is said to have been pushed back due to the COVID-19 plight in China. Everything indicates that the Radeon RX 6750 XT graphics card will be equipped with a Navi 22 chip with 2,560 stream processors and 12 GB of GDDR6 18 GB per second memory, increasing the maximum bandwidth to 432 GB / s.
Source: WCCFTech, @harukaze5719
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