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Rx 6700 (non xt) vs Rx 6750xt

Metinku

Hello! 

So the Rx 6700 (non xt) costs 300 dollars in my country, and the Rx 6750xt costs 400 dollars... After checking out some benchmarks I found out that the Rx 6750xt only gets like 15-20 more fps. 

My question is, is it worth it to spend 100 dollars more for a Rx 6750xt?

I don't play many AAA games, and I play at 1080p only.

 

Many thanks!

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11 minutes ago, Metinku said:

 Rx 6750xt only gets like 15-20 more fps. 

How much % better does it make? 

 

15-20 FPS without context is meaningless info. 15-20FPS more when the other one is at 40FPS is a lot. 

15-20FPS more when the other one is at 120FPS is not really significant. 

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Depends, are 6700 and 6750 XT your only options?

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18 minutes ago, Metinku said:

Hello! 

So the Rx 6700 (non xt) costs 300 dollars in my country, and the Rx 6750xt costs 400 dollars... After checking out some benchmarks I found out that the Rx 6750xt only gets like 15-20 more fps. 

My question is, is it worth it to spend 100 dollars more for a Rx 6750xt?

I don't play many AAA games, and I play at 1080p only.

 

Many thanks!

For $100, its probably not worth it if you're mostly playing low spec games. The most significant benefit being the extra 2GB of VRAM, but from what I've seen, most of the console ports that have problems with 8GB seem fine on 10GB. The APU the consoles use I believe has a max 10GB for VRAM allocation.

 

However, more performance now is better than not enough in a couple years.

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2 minutes ago, Agall said:

For $100, its probably not worth it if you're mostly playing low spec games. The most significant benefit being the extra 2GB of VRAM, but from what I've seen, most of the console ports that have problems with 8GB seem fine on 10GB. The APU the consoles use I believe has a max 10GB for VRAM allocation.

also when console runs out of VRAM it might be more screwed than a regular PC

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1 minute ago, podkall said:

also when console runs out of VRAM it might be more screwed than a regular PC

Its amusing to think it can even happen, but with some of the multitasking they can do and how they don't QA games like they used to, it wouldn't surprise me. I saw discussions on the consoles running out of RAM when cross checking that potential 10GB max allocation factoid. 

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26 minutes ago, Metinku said:

My question is, is it worth it to spend 100 dollars more for a Rx 6750xt?

No.

 

27 minutes ago, Metinku said:

I don't play many AAA games, and I play at 1080p only.

Double no.

 

I would consider a 6800 for under $400, but I wouldn't pay $400 for a 6750 XT.

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