Microsoft reveal “Project Scorpio” gaming console, and its officially known as the Xbox One X. The new console will ship with 6 teraflops of graphical power. Microsoft is also shipping the Xbox with an Ultra HD Blu-ray drive. For 4K movies and entertainment, and 1TB hard disk drive. Microsoft is using a custom GPU engine on Scorpio that runs at 1172MHz, a big increase over the Xbox One’s 853MHz.
It includes a CPU that’s 30% faster than Xbox One as well a GPU that’s better by factor of 4.6. Along with a bunch more high-speed RAM, with service of providing games in 4K and at 60 frames per second. Microsoft previously promised that 900p and 1080p Xbox One games able to run at native 4K on Xbox. And that existing Xbox One and 360 games will see a noticeable performance boost.
Microsoft is promising that games on the Xbox will look and run better than they will on other Xbox One device, provided that those games are built with the Xbox One X’s extra horsepower in mind. Scorpio feature liquid-cool vapor-chamber cooling inside, a technology that use on high-end PC gaming cards like the GTX 1080. The Xbox should have less trouble with heavy-duty games than its peers, and Microsoft is promising faster load times than usual. On the rear of the console there is an Ethernet port, optical output, IR output, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI in, HDMI out, and a power socket.
While Microsoft is pitching the Xbox One X as a 4K console, those with 1080p television. Will also have some improvements for better gaming experience. The Xbox One X has optional support for Freesync. Freesync is largely a technology use in PC monitors, not the televisions consoles are typically plug into. If your current monitor or TV doesn’t support Freesync, you might have to buy a new one to use it.
The Microsoft Xbox One X is coming this November for $500 worldwide.
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