ASRock Radeon RX 6750 XT Phantom Gaming D 12GB OC Graphics Card Review

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If you bought a graphics card recently, you’ll notice that most manufacturers don’t include any power extension cables, HDMI or DisplayPort cables. Why? Well, these cables costs money … and with such a low margins on graphics cards, they’d rather reduce costs and increase their profits instead 😛

 

A Closer Look

The card fairly large and uses up 2.5 PCIE slot space. So make sure you have plenty of room in your chassis. For cooling, it comes with ASock Phantom Gaming 3X Cooling System featuring 3 Striped Axial Fans to cool the the large heatsink with heatpipes. You’ll also notice a reinforced metal frame and backplate, which gives it stability and helps with the cooling. 

To power up this card, you’ll find 2 x 8-pin PCIE power connectors. It has TBP (or total board power) of around 250W, so we recommend a minimum power supply of 850W or higher. For monitor output, there’s 3 x DisplayPort v1.4 and 1 x HDMI 2.1 ports.

Interestingly, you’ll also find a unique LED on/off switch on the top the card near the PCIE 8-pin power connectors. This controls the ARGB lighting on the card.

 

Installation

We used an open chassis (along with a PCIE 4.0 riser cable) which allows me to mount the graphics card vertically. The card will require 2 x 8-pin PCIE power connectors … The good news is that card uses a 2.5-slot design, which means it should fit in most cases, provided you have room inside 😛

If you have a monitor what supports 144Hz or higher, make sure you use a high quality DisplayPort 1.4 cable, otherwise you won’t be getting all the benefits of the graphics card or monitor.

 

On top of the graphics card you’ll find the Phantom Gaming logo, which lights up when the system is powered up. The ARGB LEDs will synchronize with any ASRock motherboard that supports Polychrome Sync.  

 

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