After weeks of rumours about the Radeon RX 6750 GRE, AMD has finally revealed the upcoming GPU. After seeing the specs, you'll see most of the rumours were true, but the surprise lies in AMD releasing two Radeon RX 6750 GRE models: one with 10GB and the other with 12GB of VRAM.
The Radeon RX 6750 GRE is available in 12GB and 10GB, with varying Stream Processor counts. The former is equipped with the Navi 22 XT GPU with 2560 Stream Processors and a base/boost clock speed of 2439/2581MHz, which turns out to be a slight downclock compared to the RX 6750 XT. This variant has a 192-bit memory bus and 12GB of memory running at 16Gbps, for a total bandwidth of 384GB/s. It has a TBP of 230W, about 20W less than the 6750 XT and the same as the 6700 XT.
As for the 10GB model, it has the Navi 22 GPU with 2304 Stream Processors and 10GB of RAM clocked at 16 Gbps across a 160-bit memory bus. As a result, its bandwidth is somewhat reduced to 320GB/s. The clock speeds for this model are inferior to those of the 12GB card, which features a base/boost clock speed of 2189/2450MHz.
Both of these SKUs have drastically different characteristics, which makes AMD's decision to use similar names a bit weird. The number of cores, clock rates, power consumption, and memory configurations differ, so there is no reason to have the same name. AMD has provided pricing for both the US and Chinese markets. The 12GB variant will be released for $289, while the 10GB model will go for $269. Like the RX 7900 GRE, both SKUs are expected to debut in the Chinese DIY market and via OEM/system integrators overseas today.
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