Gadgetren – Good news for you fans of Xbox game consoles because Microsoft has revealed the specifications of the Xbox Series X. Well. Here it is, the innards that you need to know.
Reportedly this console not only offers a few improvements to the hardware, you know, but also brings a more attractive design. Based on information collected from the site Techdipper, Microsoft will launch the Xbox Series X in the fourth quarter of 2020 and is designed with a design similar to a PC.
The engine is equipped with a single-design fan that is able to provide air through the system and a large steam room to cool the pacemaker so it doesn't heat up quickly.
The Xbox Series X will be powered by an eight-core AMD processor designed specifically based on the Zen 2 architecture with speeds of up to 3.8GHz and 7nm fabrication.
From the GPU side it will use AMD RDNA 2 with 52 computing units running at a frequency of 1,825GHz. All of this is paired with 16GB GDDR6 memory and coupled with 1TB Custom NVME SSD. No less interesting, Microsoft also provides Visual DirectX Raytracing technology.
DirectX Raytracing allows more efficient and flexible scanning and visual effects. Plus the resulting picture quality already supports 4K resolution with a speed of 60fps or 1080p speed of 120fps. Not to forget the ability of Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) which can be activated via HDMI 2.1.
With speeds of up to 120fps, this console will be able to provide an amazing video game experience because the resulting image is not only more detailed but also very smooth when moving from one frame to another.
Besides that, the Xbox Series X comes with the Quick Resume feature which is now one of the main highlights. This feature allows the game to be resumed instantly so that players can immediately return to adventure.
The memory bandwidth embedded in the Xbox Series X is able to read and store data into semiconductor memory very quickly. Then, internal storage is available in 1 TB capacity and there is a USB 3.2 port for external storage.
Speaking of prices, Microsoft still seems to close the information meeting. Seeing the qualified innards and significant design changes, the Xbox X Series is predicted to be priced more expensive than the previous generation.