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MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 2600MHz Dual Torx 3.0 Fans DP/HDMI FreeSync DirectX 12 VR Ready OC Graphics Card (RX 6750 XT MECH 2X 12G V1)

Model Number: R6750XTM2X12V1

$437.99 USD
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MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 2600MHz Dual Torx 3.0 Fans DP/HDMI FreeSync DirectX 12 VR Ready OC Graphics Card (RX 6750 XT MECH 2X 12G V1) is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.


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MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 2600MHz Dual Torx 3.0 Fans DP/HDMI FreeSync DirectX 12 VR Ready OC Graphics Card (RX 6750 XT MECH 2X 12G V1)

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Customer Reviews

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Tarjeta gráfica sin problemas de uso, todo ok
Tarjeta gráfica pasada de tamaño

Buena tarjeta gráfica pero en dimensiones se les pasó la mano a Micro Star Internacional.

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Liav Elgarat
Great card for 1080p high settings || 1440p medium & high settings

Bought the card 3 months ago, its very silent, pretty good temps, delivers really nice as I play only on 1440p. Playing mostly Warzone 2 with everything on high and 115% Render resolution, which demands more and getting about 70-110 FPS. Also Starfield which I got free with the promotion on this card, getting about 50-70 fps outside on medium & high settings and FSR2 on 85% scale, and inside it goes well to 100-120 fps. Good advice: I undervolted the card so the temps got lower, managed to get it to 1130mv (from 1200mv) some can go less which is nice, it wont go above 199 Watts usage, and it dropped about 5-8 Celsius at load from the GPU, and about 8-10 Celsius from the Hotspot. while heavy gaming its now like that: GPU - before undervolting: 75-78C. After Undervolting: 68-71C in a hot room (27+-C). Hotspot - before undervolting: 99-103C. After Undervolting: 88-92C in a hot room (27+-C).

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Juan Esteban
Increible

Llevo alrededor de dos semanas con la grafica, me parece increible, en cuanto a rendimiento he podido jugar todo en 1080p y en ultra, tambien he experimentado en 1440p y va a buenos fps, en cuanto al ray tracing si dejo algo que desear, ya que no le va muy bien y siento que esta mas enfocada al rendimiento , pero esta genial, y me parece una muy buena pieza de hardware decar a futuro ya que tiene 12gb de vram y ademas practicamente lo mueve todo !!!!!!!!

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HarmfulMushroom
Amazing for gaming, bad for just about everything else.

This was the GPU I ended up going with in my HTPC type setup. Purpose was a multi use Steam/Plex/browsing the web from the couch machine. For gaming it performs extremely well, only had one issue with the sound cutting out for about 3 seconds. I did once have picture cut out for about 10 seconds, but in hind sight I think Windows was to blame for that one. Hasn't happened since. I've logged a little over 300 hours on games at this point since purchase, so I can safely confirm it does well there. No coil wine/fan noise, even with it being in one of the tiniest cases I know of. So, that was for Steam and gaming. The three stars come in with everything else.... Sound cuts out regularly watching Plex, sometimes randomly, mostly in the middle of TV Shows/Movies for 5-10 seconds at a time. No amount of driver tweaks/Adrenaline tweaks/strait up removing Adrenaline worked for me. Swapped cables, messed with BIOS, did everything short of removing the card for its Team Green equivalent. Jellyfin does the same thing, as does YouTube. It appears this card just does not do well with anything else besides gaming. If you Google sound cutting out on AMD GPUs, you'll see its a very common issue with no fix. Effects multiple cards as well. I'll keep messing with my card to see if I can find the magic settings that allows it to work decently for my use case, but in the meantime at least it runs Starfield and No Mans Sky extremely well. EDIT: Ended up buying a 4060Ti to replace this card. I'll take most of the blame with this one, I neglected to do my due diligence when it comes to researching AMD and it's poor transcoding support/driver support. Since I missed the return window on this card I'll try and sell it online. Lesson learned!

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Kakouton Genjou
if you only run 8gigs of ram. honestly get 16 or 32(best to get 32 imo)

So far great came in nice N neat plugged in, Updated driver. Looks nice no rgb puke, fans seem quiet played some aoeDE on ultra ofcourse running over 130+ fps Like it should didn't hear fans the whole hour I tested on. (1440p monitor 144hz) lagit new buy I say enjoy it super good price and its pretty much around what a 7700xt is but minus like the ai/rnda3. Just didn't want to pay like 500bucks on it since I run on a R5 3600 so this card is my cap on gpu pretty much.

MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 2600MHz Dual Torx 3.0 Fans DP/HDMI FreeSync DirectX 12 VR Ready OC Graphics Card (RX 6750 XT MECH 2X 12G V1)
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MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 2600MHz Dual Torx 3.0 Fans DP/HDMI FreeSync DirectX 12 VR Ready OC Graphics Card (RX 6750 XT MECH 2X 12G V1)

$437.99 USD

MSI Gaming Radeon RX 6750 XT 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 2600MHz Dual Torx 3.0 Fans DP/HDMI FreeSync DirectX 12 VR Ready OC Graphics Card (RX 6750 XT MECH 2X 12G V1)

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