It appears that the speculations regarding the Radeon RX 6750 GRE (Golden Rabbit Edition) have proven to be true, even though they included conflicting specifications. This newly released graphics card in China is a unique variant built on the Navi 22 architecture, aimed at the sub-$300 market. The reason for the accuracy of these rumors is quite simple: AMD chose to release two separate cards with the same name, causing significant confusion.
The Radeon RX 6750 GRE comes in two memory configurations, 12GB and 10GB, each with distinct Stream Processor counts. The initial variation, named the RX 6750 GRE 12GB, is equipped with the Navi 22XT GPU featuring 2560 Stream Processors. It operates at clock speeds of 2439/2581 MHz, slightly lower than the RX 6750 XT (2495/2600). This model has a 192-bit memory bus and 12GB of memory clocked at 16 Gbps, resulting in a 384 GB/s bandwidth. Its Total Board Power (TBP) is rated at 230W, which is 20W less than the 6750 XT and matches the TBP of the 6700 XT.
Conversely, the RX 6750 GRE 10GB utilizes the Navi 22 GPU, which includes 2304 Stream Processors and 10GB of memory configured on a 160-bit bus, operating at a rate of 16 Gbps. As a result, it offers a slightly lower bandwidth of 320 GB/s. This particular variant features clock speeds of 2189/2450 MHz.
These two SKUs offer notably diverse specifications, making it somewhat disheartening that AMD opted for identical names. The core count, clock speeds, power consumption, and memory configurations are all unique, raising questions about the rationale behind using the same name for both.
It’s important to highlight that the existing reviews are from Chinese media, and multiple custom models are being unveiled by manufacturers such as XFX, PowerColor, Sapphire, and others. It appears that there isn’t a standard reference design intended for these cards, so the models showcased in marketing materials are purely for promotional purposes.
AMD has revealed pricing for both the U.S. and Chinese markets, with the 12GB model expected to be priced at $289 and the 10GB variant potentially launching at $269. It’s anticipated that both of these SKUs will be available in the Chinese DIY market and through OEM/system integrators, similar to the release strategy employed for the RX 7900 GRE.