AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT Linux Gaming Performance

Written by Michael Larabel in Graphics Cards on 17 May 2022. Page 2 of 8. 20 Comments

To little surprise, the Radeon RX 6750 XT ended up working fine on Linux. The RX 6750 XT was treated as a "Navy Flounder" part and worked fine with the upstream, open-source driver stack.

This graphics card had a PCI device ID of 0x73df. The 0x73df PCI ID was added to the AMDGPU driver back at the end of 2020 and premiered in Linux 5.11.... Those other device IDs added at that time should correlate to the other RDNA2 refresh models albeit I haven't been able to personally test those other models.

In other words, running any recent Linux distribution you should be in good shape for RX 6x50 XT series support. However, as is almost always the case with newer graphics cards, the newer Mesa and Linux kernel will generally deliver better support in terms of better performance and features. Especially on the RADV side with continued Vulkan optimizations for newer games, continued work on ray-tracing, etc.

For my Radeon RX 6750 XT testing on Linux over the past week I have been using the Linux 5.17 kernel paired with Mesa 22.2-devel from the Oibaf PPA on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. This open-source driver stack has been working out very well and is the same driver stack used for freshly re-testing all of the AMD Radeon graphics cards in this comparison. For the NVIDIA graphics cards (re)tested for this comparison they were all using the recently released R515 beta (NVIDIA 515.43.04) Linux driver.

The graphics cards all freshly benchmarked for this article (based on the cards I have available) included the:

- RTX 2060 SUPER
- RTX 2070 SUPER
- RTX 2080 SUPER
- RTX 2080 Ti
- RTX 3060
- RTX 3060 Ti
- RTX 3070
- RTX 3070 Ti
- RTX 3080
- RTX 3080 Ti
- RTX 3090
- RX Vega 56
- Radeon VII
- RX 5700 XT
- RX 6600
- RX 6600 XT
- RX 6700 XT
- RX 6750 XT
- RX 6800
- RX 6800 XT

Now let's look at the Radeon RX 6750 XT Linux performance.


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