MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT 12GB GPU Only $319 at Newegg

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Right now at Newegg, users can purchase the MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT GPU for one of its best prices to date. It usually goes for around $389 but right now it’s marked down to $329. It includes a $10 rebate card that will take the price down to $319.

This graphics card lands as a mid to upper-mid-range GPU performance-wise in our GPU hierarchy tests. We tested cards in this series along with newly released GPUs (for example, RTX 4090, etc) as well as legacy graphics cards (GTX 980, etc). Most other RX 6750 XT 12GB graphics cards cost around $400 so this deal is quite worth a look compared to others like it on the market.

MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT 12GB GDDR6: was $389, now $319 at Newegg

MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT 12GB GDDR6: was $389, now $319 at Newegg
This graphics card from MSI comes with 12GB of GDDR6. It features two fans for cooling and supports PCIe 4.0. Users have three DisplayPort 1.4 ports to take advantage of as well as one HDMI 2.1 port. It can reach performance speeds as high as 2618 MHz under optimal conditions.

The MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT GPU first debuted in May of 2022. It’s part of the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series and comes with two fans for cooling. It uses 12GB of GDDR6 and is PCIe 4.0 compatible.

Users can expect performance speeds around 2512 MHz with 2618 MHz being reachable with boost clock enabled. There are three DisplayPort 1.4 ports available as well as one HDMI 2.1 port. The MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT GPU can output a maximum resolution of 7680 x 4320px.

Visit the MSI Mech Radeon RX 6750 XT GPU product page at Newegg for more details and purchase options. Don’t forget to use the $10 rebate card to redeem the full offer. It’s not clear for how long the discount will be made available.

Ash Hill
Freelance News and Features Writer

Ash Hill is a Freelance News and Features Writer with a wealth of experience in the hobby electronics, 3D printing and PCs. She manages the Pi projects of the month and much of our daily Raspberry Pi reporting while also finding the best coupons and deals on all tech.

  • aberkae
    Comes with a $60 game and wait for it 12 gigs of vram.
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  • Math Geek
    interesting. i been looking at the 6700 xt around this price. might have to pull the trigger for this for the same money....

    all the comparable nvidia cards are $100 more to start with and only 8 gb ram....

    i wanted to go nvidia since they tend to work better on linux usually, which is my daily driver now. but not for the money they still cost vs amd cards.
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  • healthy Pro-teen
    Math Geek said:
    interesting. i been looking at the 6700 xt around this price. might have to pull the trigger for this for the same money....

    all the comparable nvidia cards are $100 more to start with and only 8 gb ram....

    i wanted to go nvidia since they tend to work better on linux usually, which is my daily driver now. but not for the money they still cost vs amd cards.
    I use windows and don't know much about linux, but the first time I've heard that Nvidia is better for linux, literally everyone has the opposite opinion, on the internet that is.
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  • Math Geek
    i have both in my system right now and i struggle to find drivers for my amd card and it can be fussy. some searching about for info kept turning up that nvidia was easier to get working and this was true in my very limited experience. true i am working with an older card that might be part of the problem.

    that's all i got to go on really. i ordered this card anyway and will figure it out, but i kind of already know what i will be facing. there are official amd drivers for the newer cards and i hope they work easy enough as i really prefer supporting AMD over nvidia for sure. i'll buy nvidia when the price is right, but last few years that has def not been the case.
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  • megalomania21
    I can tell you exactly when this deal will end: yesterday. My computer has been problematic, and I finally determined the graphics is the likely suspect. After some desperate research, I settled on the 6750, had it in my cart at newegg ready to go. I have been holding out until June 18 because rumor has it the 7700 could be released at some major Chinese trade show. Yesterday my computer took a turn for the worse, so I decided to pull the trigger and buy it.

    My jaw dropped because the price had ballooned to nearly $600. Hell no. At least shipping was now free ($5 before), but no more discount code for $20 off. Today the card has dropped back down, but it is now $350 after the $10 rebate, and you get Resident Evil 4 for free.

    Mysteriously my computer seems to run fine using Ubuntu on a usb. I think I will get an RTX 3060 Ti instead and save myself a little money.
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  • Math Geek
    healthy Pro-teen said:
    I use windows and don't know much about linux, but the first time I've heard that Nvidia is better for linux, literally everyone has the opposite opinion, on the internet that is.

    i def stand corrected. linux loves this gpu and i have no issues passing it through to a vm when i want to. is a good card for what was a great price. :)
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