RX 6750 XT enjoys price drop and a similar performance to RTX 4060 Ti 16GB

RX 6750 XT enjoys price drop and a similar performance to RTX 4060 Ti 16GB
Romilly Cotta Updated on by

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Enthusiasm is at an all time low for Nvidia’s RTX 4060 Ti. It’s not that people don’t want DLSS 3 or third generation Ray Tracing cores, it’s just that the actual performance uplift doesn’t look too compelling, especially compared to its predecessor, the RTX 3060 Ti.

Those looking to upgrade their graphics card for as little money as possible should consider the RX 6750 XT which has been reduced by a generous $65 off the back of the 4060 Ti launch. The MSRP of the 4060 Ti is around $499, though we’ve seen cards listed for over $500. Meanwhile, the RX 6750 XT, enjoys 12GB VRAM, and a clock speed of 2600MHz which means you to game in 1440p and even 4K.

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MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT

VRAM 12GB, DisplayPort x 3, HDMI 2.1 x 1, up to 2600MHz boost clock

The best thing about this card is its bang for its buck and its ability to outperform Nvidia graphics cards set at a higher price point. You may be sacrificing ray tracing, but so long as you’ve got consistently high frame rates and money left over to potentially upgrade other PC parts, it’s not an issue. If you are looking for a budget GPU that delivers on the ray tracing front, then go for the RTX 3080, which we’ve also seen slashed in price.

Frequently asked questions

How much is a 6750 XT MSRP?

The AMD RX 6750 XT had an MSRP of $549 at launch, though that price has since dropped. In July you can now get the 6750 XT for as little as $349.98 on Amazon.