Internal hardware specifications for Xbox Series X devices have finally become clear to the public with Microsoft announcing many details about it. Microsoft announced over the past months the new Xbox Series X, and then followed it a few weeks ago to announce the general capabilities of the device without disclosing the specifications of the internal hardware In detail at that time. Come on now and reveal more details about what …
The hardware specifications for Xbox Series X are finally becoming clear to the public with Microsoft announcing many details about it.
During the past months, Microsoft announced the new Xbox Series X, and then followed it a few weeks ago to announce the general capabilities of the device without disclosing the internal hardware specifications in detail at that time. Come now and reveal more details about what the new generation of gaming platforms contain.
According to the company on its blog, it designed the new generation Xbox to offer speed, power, and integration for users.
Xbox Series X devices have a 7-nanometer AMD Zen 2 processor, and it has 8 cores that offer a speed of 3.8 GHz per second, one of which is designed to be dedicated to dealing with the operating system on the devices. The processor is accompanied by a 16GB GDDR6 RAM, 10 of which will provide 560Gbps while transferring data, while the available 6GB will provide a 336Gbps transfer speed for tasks that require less power or for system operation.
The device will also carry 52 computer processing units operating at a speed of 1.825 GHz, to enhance the work force of 12 teraflops as we know.
Speaking of another feature, Xbox Series X can play 120fps, and 4K video at 60fps.
In addition, the devices will carry a 1TB NVMe-based SSD internal storage disk, and will also support capacity expansion via memory cards or external storage drives to an additional 1TB.
New devices will also add support for the USB 3.2 port to work with older storage drives, as well as support for the Blu-ray 4K media player.
Responsive speed and hand control with new technology
Other features that Microsoft will add to its devices aim to improve the response speed of the control hand, as well as improve the screen display by adding an HDMI 2.1 port.
And more in detail about the hand, Microsoft says that it added a technology called “Dynamic Latency Input” that improves the experience of use during gameplay by reducing the response speed and giving more flexibility when using. As we can see from the image below, the company added a dedicated share button similar to what Sony did with the Playstation 4.
However, Microsoft is expected to launch its new device this holiday season, but it has not announced its price yet.
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