XFX RX 6750 GRE Snow Wolf preparing for winter
XFX is introducing its first-ever white Radeon GPU.
It was bound to happen, and now XFX has embraced the emerging trend of white GPUs with the unveiling of their first white graphics card. This card does not represent the latest generation of Radeon GPUs, nor is it a model set to hit the global market in the near future. The Snow Wolf is built around the Radeon RX 6750 GRE 10GB, which made its debut exclusively in China just yesterday.
The card sports a dual-fan cooler design, which seems to have been borrowed from the RX 6600 SWIFT 210 GPU series. However, due to its limited release in China (at least for now), it has been given the special moniker of “Snow Wolf.”
The card provides reference specifications based on the RX 6750 GRE, specifically the 10GB variant, which is important to note. This model belongs to the lower-end SKU and is equipped with a cut-down Navi 22 GPU with 2304 cores. The specs are nearly identical to the RX 6700 non-XT configuration. The GRE version operates with a power rating of 170 watts and can achieve boost speeds of up to 2450 MHz. It utilizes dual 8-pin power connectors and offers four display outputs, consisting of three DisplayPort (DP) and one HDMI connection.
The Snow Wolf GPU is currently available for purchase in China, and its price tag stands at 2219 RMB, aligning with AMD’s recommended retail price (MSRP) for this particular model.