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Gigabyte unveils new AMD Radeon GPU, but not for you

The Gigabyte Radeon RX 6750 GRE is likely based on the Navi 22 chip, boasts 12GB memory and a 192bit bus, and launches exclusively in China on October 18.

AMD Radeon RX 6750 GRE Gigabyte: a Gigabyte graphics card appears next to a golden rabbit silhouette against a magenta background.

Gigabyte has revealed a brand new AMD GPU, but it’s probably not what you expected. The Taiwanese manufacturer has decided to make a new model likely using the Navi 22 chip called the Gigabyte Radeon RX 6750 GRE. The bad news (for most of us)? It will only be released in China.

This is the first time Gigabyte has endeavored to produce a GRE card. GRE — which stands for Golden Rabbit Edition — GPUs are designed to commemorate the Chinese year of the rabbit. It follows in the footsteps of the AMD Radeon RX 7900 GRE launched by AMD earlier this year.

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The RX 6750 GRE won’t be available for purchase through typical retailers outside of China. But if you’re desperate to get your hands on one, system integrators will likely make them available to Western consumers through pre-built PCs. If you want to add this card to your existing rig, you’ll probably struggle.

Like the RX 7900 GRE, the RX 6750 GRE won’t make it onto our or any other best graphics card list in terms of raw specs. Instead, it’ll be a more budget option for Chinese buyers. According to VideoCardz, Gigabyte has created this new GPU by repurposing “a BC-2235 cryptomining card into a gaming product.”

All we know about the Gigabyte Radeon RX 6750 GRE specs at this stage is that it’ll feature 12GB VRAM and a 192bit memory bus. It’s expected to have 2,304 cores, but that’s not been confirmed by Gigabyte.

Looking for a GPU upgrade? Check out our list of the best graphics cards to help make your decision. The AMD Radeon RX 6750 isn’t on there, but several other AMD cards make the grade.

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