Sapphire has introduced the Black Diamond, a premium version of the Radeon RX 6750 GRE, boasting an appealing design and a price that outperforms the RTX 4060. This AMD GPU variant by Sapphire is crafted for those seeking a dark-themed build, featuring a sleek all-black design with gold accents, and a backplate adorned with diamond patterns, elevating the overall aesthetic. The infusion of gold and diamond elements sets the Sapphire Black Diamond apart from AMD’s MBA reference models.
In addition to its visual appeal, the Sapphire Radeon RX 6750 GRE “Black Diamond” incorporates an axial flow fan design, optimizing air pressure for effective heat dissipation across the GPU. The backplate features strategic cutouts to enhance thermal transfer, ensuring well-rounded and efficient cooling for various scenarios.
Recapping the AMD Radeon RX 6750 GRE specifications, it employs the RDNA 2 core architecture and employs the Navi 22 GPU SKU. The 12 GB model includes 40 Compute Units, 40 RT accelerators, 2560 cores, a base clock of 2439 MHz, a boost clock of 2581 MHz, and a TBP of 230W. With 12 GB of VRAM configured on a 192-bit bus interface, it operates at 16 Gbps speeds and incorporates an additional 96 MB of Infinity Cache.
The Black Diamond graphics card is available in both standard and factory overclocked versions, boasting Game clocks of up to 2475 MHz and Boost clocks reaching 2585 MHz. AMD specifically launched this GPU for the Chinese market, limiting its global availability to specific system integrators.
Regarding both price and performance, the graphics card demonstrates up to a 50% speed improvement compared to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 8 GB, yet it maintains the same MSRP of 2399 RMB. This positioning could make it a highly sought-after mainstream graphics card due to its competitive pricing.