On December 13th, Microsoft officially announced the appearance of the Xbox Series X. The vertical cuboid shape is more space-saving and stylish. Reputed tech media GameSpot interviewed Jason Ronald, head of project management and cooperation of the Xbox team, and talked about some design-related topics.
According to reports, the Xbox Series X is as wide as the Xbox One, but it is almost three times as tall as the Xbox One. The glowing Xbox logo in the upper left corner serves as the power button, and a slot in the lower left can insert a disc. The overall design is simple and elegant. More modern.
Jason Ronald pointed out that the Xbox Series X uses a black tower case and borrowed a lot from PC design. The upper part is a vent, and the top is densely ventilated with green LED lights. Jason Ronald said that although the performance of the Xbox Series X is very powerful, Spencer claims that it has reached the “performance benchmark”, but there is only one large fan for the entire console. In terms of noise control, the officials claim that the Xbox Series X will be as quiet as the Xbox One X.
The Xbox Series X is coming to markets by Holiday season next year!
The design has been made in such a way that the console can be used both horizontally or vertically. The Xbox Series X console is expected to use a custom made CPU which is based on Zen 2 architecture and Radeon RDNA architecture. Microsoft is also expected to use NVMe SSD based storage inside the console. This will definitely boost the game load up times. The console is expected to support up to 8K gaming, frame rates are expected to go up to 120 fps in all the games. There’s also expected support for ray tracing along with support for variable refresh rate.
Microsoft’s Spencer claimed that the GPU on this console would have 2X the power of Xbox One X console. So this means that maybe the Xbox Series X consoles would have up to 12 teraflops of GPU performance.
The controller for the Xbox Series X has also changed, it has been redesigned slightly to allow more people to easily use it now. There’s also a new Share button which can make taking in-game clips and screenshots easier. The newly updated controller would also work with previous Xbox One X consoles and Windows 10 PCs as well.
There will also be support for an Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) along with Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) in the console which will make it really responsive.
There are also reports about Microsoft planning to drop in another low priced console. This means that we would get two different consoles in the Xbox Series X lineup.
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