The refreshed AMD Radeon RX 6000 models are finally all set to reveal on the 10th of May. Amidst the AMD board partners getting ready for the big reveal, another card seems to have emerged by PowerColor. The new model has become part of the RRA after a new filing on the 29th of March.
There isn’t much to reveal through this RRA listing. So far we only know the name of the product and the memory configuration. Though limited, we can be sure that this information is accurate as RRA filings have always been more accurate than EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission) filings. RRA only lists products which are expected to launch. It is certain now that the updated RX 6750XT will offer a GDDR6 memory of 12 GB, the same capacity as that on the RX 6700 XT model. Additionally, it isn’t a challenge to interpret that the product name “3DHE/OC” stands for the Red Devil series.
The latest information says that AMD will be launching the RX 6×50XT graphics cards on the 10th of May. The official announcement could be coming any time soon now. The date was originally set for April 20th but has been compromised because of the COVID-19 lockdowns in China.
As far as the specs on the RX 6750XT are concerned, there are 2560 Stream Processors with a Navi 22 GPU and a GDDR6 memory of 12 GB based on a 192-bit bus. The 18 Gbps chips will likely increase the bandwidth to 432 GB/s which makes it 48 GB/s faster than the previous model.
RX 6750 XT
AXRX 6750XT 12GBD6-3DHEOC
POWERCOLOR RX 6750 XT Devil D6 12GB pic.twitter.com/1zNECEGEcn
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