About two weeks after the official release of the AMD Radeon RX 6750 GRE (“Golden Rabbit Edition”) with 10 and 12 GiByte graphics memory, Sapphire, an exclusive partner of AMD, has officially introduced its new custom build, the Aurora OC Radeon RX 6750 GRE. Unfortunately, the cheap “Golden Rabbit” is not offered in this country.
About two weeks after the official release of the two rebranded Radeon RX 6750 GRE (“Golden Rabbit Edition”) graphics cards with 10 and 12 GiByte graphics memory, AMD exclusive partner Sapphire has officially introduced the new custom design Aurora OC Radeon RX 6750 GRE. This graphics card is also offered exclusively in China for the equivalent of US$269 (10GB) and US$289 (12GB) and uses well-known components from the manufacturer’s Pulse and Nitro+ series.
In terms of base and boost clock frequencies, the Sapphire is based on AMD manufacturer specifications and therefore also adheres to the TDP of 170W (10GB) and 230W (12GB). The different TDP ratings are due to the two RDNA 2 GPUs, the “Navi 22 XT” with 2,560 shader units and the “Navi 22 XL” with 2,304 shader units. Higher clock frequencies can easily be used via additional OC BIOS.
The PCGH editorial team has already summarized all the additional information about the two Radeon RX 6750 GRE cards with 10 and 12 GiByte GDDR6 graphics memory in a separate article about the release of the two “new” RDNA 2 graphics cards.
Basically, these are just cheaper and rebranded offshoots of the Radeon RX 6700 XT and Radeon RX 6700, which will be offered exclusively at Chinese retailers. Unfortunately, the cheap “Golden Rabbit” is still not available in this country.
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source: Sapphire cross IT home page
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