PowerColor RX 6750 XT Devil graphics card certified in South Korea

According to a source, the Powercolor RX 6750 XT Devil D6 12GB graphics card has been certified in South Korea – this is further confirmation of AMD’s soon to be released updated 3D cards on the Navi 2X GPU. In addition to the Radeon RX 6750 XT, there will also be the Radeon RX 6950 XT and 6650 XT in the series. We have already had a chance to see reference versions of all three.

Data in the database of the Korean regulator RRA entered March 29, and the official premiere and start of sales of new products is expected on May 10. By all appearances, the new product will get a cooling system similar to the one used in Radeon RX 6700XT Red Devil model (pictured above).

Radeon RX 6750 XT will be based on the former GPU Navi 22 with 2560 stream processors and 12 GB of GDDR6 memory with 192-bit bus. The main difference of new product from the current model will be memory frequency – it will increase up to 18 GHz. Accordingly, the memory bandwidth will also increase – up to about 434 GB/s (that is, by 48 GB/s). At the same time, the TDP value will increase, and probably there will be a small increase in GPU frequencies.

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