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XFX Speedster QICK319 Radeon RX 6750XT Review

XFX Speedster QICK319 RX 6750 XT Review

I used the XFX Speedster QICK319 RX 6750 XT in this $800 gaming PC build and I wanted to do a quick review on it because it is one of the better value graphics cards right now.

You can currently get it for $300 on Amazon or Newegg and the 6750 XT is a vastly superior GPU than the other options at this price (RTX 4060 / RX 7600 XT).

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XFX Speedster QICK 319 RX 6750 XT Review [1080P & 1440P]

Specs & Features

This card comes with 12GB of GDDR6 VRAM and operates at a base clock of up to 2283MHz but it can run at speeds of up to 2533MHz with its game clock and max out at 2623MHz with its boost clock.

Ghost Thermal triple fan cooling solution

For cooling, this XFX card sports XFX’s Ghost Thermal triple fan cooling solution that comes with thirteen-blade fans, 5 copper-plated heatpipes, and a sleek looking aluminum backplate that is all black with the XFX logo cutout and the QICK branding in white lettering.

Speedster QICK319 Backplate

In terms of size, this card is fairly bulky, measuring in at around 323mm long with a 2.6 slot design.

2.2 Slot Design

XFX recommeds that you use at minimum, a 650-watt power supply, to power a system using this graphics card in it. It also requires dual 8-pin PCIe power connections as well.

Dual 8-Pin PCIe

From an aesthetic standpoint, the card looks great. It doesn’t have any RGB lights on it, but its Ghost Thermal design is sleek looking and the black and silver color scheme flows really nicely.

The Build We Used it In

Benchmarks

For gaming performance, I paired this graphics with an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor and 16GB of TEAMGROUP’s DDR4 3600MHz memory.

I benchmarked my system at both 1080P and 1440P resolution across a handful of games.

Fortnite

This graphics card handled Fortnite very well. Note that it didn’t provide the greatest average framerate at the epic preset at both 1440P and 1080P resolution.

Fortnite isn’t known as a tough-to-run game, but it is actually fairly taxxing to run at maxxed out graphics settings.

Fortnite - 1080P

However, most serious Fortnite players play the game at lower settings in order to achieve as high of an average framerate as possible. And, as you can see, this graphics card was able to average well over 100 frames per second at the high and medium preset and over 200 frames per second at the performance preset at 1080P resolution.

Fortnite - 1440P

Even at 1440P resolution, this card was able to hit above 100 frames per second at the medium preset and nearly 200 frames per second at the performance preset.

So, if you wanted to, you could pair this GPU with a high refresh rate monitor to gain a slight competitive advantage in Fortnite, and the same goes for other competitive first person shooter titles, too.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

AC Valhalla - 1080P

This RX 6750 XT had no problems running Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

At 1080P resolution, this card was able to achieve an average framerate of 134 frames per second.

AC Valhalla - 1440P

It could even run the game fairly well maxxed out at 1440P resolution, too, averaging just under 100 frames per second.

This, despite the fact that Valhalla is a fairly difficult game to run.

Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk - 1080P

This card also ran Cyberpunk 2077 very well at 1080P resolution.

The combination of the RX 6750 XT, the Ryzen 5 5600X, and the 16GB of RAM were able to deliver an average framerate of 114 frames per second at the ultra setting.

Cyberpunk 2077 - 1440P

And, while the results at 1440P weren’t quite as good, the card still managed to average over 70 frames per second on the ultra preset at the higher resolution.

And, at the high graphics preset, which still looks very good, the 6750 XT was able to average over 100 frames per second.

Cyberpunk 2077 Raytracing - 1080P

Note that the raytracing performance for this card wasn’t ideal. That’s to be expected though as even higher-end cards have a tough time running Cyberpunk 2077 at the more extreme raytracing settings.

Baldur’s Gate 3

Baldur's Gate 3 - 1080P

Baldur’s Gate 3 was a breeze at both 1080P and 1440P resolutions, averaging 137 frames per second on the ultra preset on our 1080P display, and averaging 90 frames per second on the ultra preset on our 1440P display.

Baldur's Gate 3 - 1440P

Palworld

Palworld - 1080P

Even though Palworld is still in development and isn’t perfectly optimized yet, this 6750 XT was still able to run the game easily.

It averaged 84 frames per second at the epic preset at 1080P resolution, and over 100 frames per second turning the graphics down to the medium preset.

Palworld - 1440P

Running the game at 1440P resolution proved to be a bit more challenging, but the ard still averaged over 90 frames per second on the medium setting.

Again, this game is still in development, so I suspect these numbers will improve as time goes on, but this card will get your feet in the door.

Note: While we benchmarked this graphics card in some more demanding titles, it’s important to note that this system will easily be able to handle popular non-demanding titles like Minecraft, Roblox, Valorant, League of Legends, Apex Legends, or Rocket League as well.

Overall, I’m very happy with the performance that the XFX RX Speedster QICK 319 RX 6750 XT.

It offers ideal performance at 1080P resolution, solid performance at 1440P resolution, and it looks great as well.

Who Should Get This Card?

So, who is this card for?

This card would make sense for anyone who is looking for a moderately-priced graphics card for either 1080P or 1440P gaming.

However, if you’re looking to play extremely demanding titles at 1440P resolution, this RX 6750 XT may not be the best option for you.

This card did well at 1440P gaming, but in some of the more demanding titles we tested it on, it did struggle to hit over 100 frames per second on maxxed out settings.

That’s still not bad in the grand scheme of things, though, and the card was still able to run the majority of games at 1440P resolution with ideal results.

But, just note that there are some games where, at 1440P resolution, you will have to turn down the graphics settings a bit in order to achieve a comfortable framerate.

It’s also important to note that the size of this graphics card won’t make it a great choice for everyone. At 323mm long, this card won’t fit in a lot of small form-factor cases.

So, if you’re building a mini-ITX or micro-ATX system, you’ll want to double-check that the case you choose can hold this card.

Ultimately, I’ve had a great experience using this card and I think its one of the better options in its price range.

In any case, that does it for this review. Hopefully the information provided has helped you make your decision easier.

Thank you all for watching and I hope to see you next time.

Hey, I’m Brent. I’ve been building PCs and writing about building PCs for a long time. Through TechGuided.com, I've helped thousands of people learn how to build their own computers. I’m an avid gamer and tech enthusiast, too. On YouTube, I build PCs, review laptops, components, and peripherals, and hold giveaways.

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