Best CPU for RX 6750 XT? let’s find out
Updated December 14, 2022 10:14 am
The RX 6750 XT is the most efficient 1440p experience AMD offers. We need a CPU that can carry the 6750 XT through thick and thin. Since we bumped the resolution to 1440p, the game has changed, and CPUs that weren’t functional in 1080p can now be. What is the best CPU for RX 6750 XT?
Read now: Best CPU for RX 6700 XT.
All GPUs receive some kind of instruction from the CPU and for this reason we need to create an efficient coupling between CPU and GPU. We need a CPU that will cause as little bottlenecking as possible when paired with the 6750 XT at 1440p. And we think we only have the CPU.
Without further ado, here is the best CPU for the RX 6750 XT.
Best CPU for RX 67050 XT
Again, drum roll please, we recommend the 5600X
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AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
The Ryzen 5 5600X is currently one of the most efficient CPUs on the market. We discount the 7600X because of the cost of upgrading to the AM5 platform.
The 6 cores and 12 threads that the 5600X possesses mean2 that it’s great for light multitasking and SOME workstation tasks such as: B. Light rendering.
The 4.6GHz core speed ensures that the 5600X can handle gaming, and as we all know by now, CPU core speed directly correlates to gaming performance.
The reason the 5600X is so efficient is that it packs a surprisingly large amount of processing power while pumping out a tiny 65W TDP, which is almost 200W less than some of the top dog CPUs out there. The performance ratio of the Ryzen 5 5600X is almost unbeatable.
With the 5600X, you don’t have to worry about upgrading your hardware. This is because the 5600X belongs to the AM4 socket standard. AMD has agreed to support this socket for a few more years despite the release of AM5.
Best Budget CPU for RX 6750 XT
In spirit of sticking with an all AMD build to take advantage of SAM and various other AMD software. We’d recommend sticking with the 5600X, or at least trying a 3600X, but be warned that the 3600X isn’t nearly as efficient and creates a bigger bottleneck.
Try your best to stick with the Ryzen 5 5600X as this is the CPU we marked as the best CPU for RX 6750 XT. Other CPUs are more likely to cause bottlenecks, be it on the CPU or GPU side. Again, it’s best to stick to 1440p, as that’s the resolution the 6750 XT is designed for.