What exactly is Xbox One X? And, how it will give your modern edge gaming experience?

It is an intergenerational console from Microsoft. This means that it does not happen to Xbox One-Xbox One S, but will coexist with them during a certain cycle. Those who have these consoles should not worry, because Xbox One X will not affect its life cycle directly.

Why does Microsoft launch this console?

The “PC-type” console manufacturing model is now more than ever a reality. There have always been consoles with components of computers, such as Mega Drive that mounted a Motorola 68000, Xbox that mounted a Pentium III or PS3 that uses a GeForce GTX 7800, but it was custom components that were also combined with other specific as the GeForce 3 of the first Microsoft console or the Cell processor of the previous generation of Sony consoles.

Xbox One and PS4 are in essence PCs, and this has not only had very important consequences in its life cycle, but also allowed users to make direct hardware comparisons and identify hardware exhaustion much earlier. To avoid the loss of users of such consoles to PC both Sony and Microsoft have been forced to launch new intergenerational models; PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.

What’s new in Xbox One X?

In essence this console is an Xbox One S with more powerful components and liquid cooling, but for you to better understand the differences between the three Microsoft consoles, here are a comparative summary below:

Xbox One:

  • AMD’s Jaguar CPU (low power) with eight-core CPU at 1.75 GHz.
  • 8 GB of unified DDR3 on a 256-bit bus (68.3 GB / s), accompanied by 32 MB of eSRAM to achieve peaks of 204 GB / s.
  • AMD GPU with 768 shaders at 853 MHz
  • 500 GB-1 TB of HDD.
  • Blu-ray reader.

Xbox One S:

  • AMD’s Jaguar CPU (low power) with eight-core CPU at 1.75 GHz.
  • 8 GB of unified DDR3 on a 256-bit bus (68.3 GB / s), accompanied by 32 MB of eSRAM to achieve peaks of 204 GB / s.
  • AMD GPU with 768 shaders at 914 MHz
  • 500 GB-1 TB of HDD.
  • UHD Blu-ray player, rescaled to 4K and HDR.

Xbox One X:

  • AMD’s Jaguar CPU (low power) with eight-core CPU at 2.3 GHz.
  • 12 GB of unified GDDR5 on a 384-bit bus with a bandwidth of 326 GB / s.
  • AMD GPU with 2,560 shaders at 1.127 MHz
  • 1 TB of HDD.
  • Improved cooling with steam chamber.
  • UHD Blu-ray player, native 4K and rescaled and HDR.

What will happen to the Xbox One-Xbox One S users?

Nothing, everything will continue as before, as all Xbox One X games will have to also reach Xbox One-Xbox One S. This means that Microsoft is not going to leave anyone in the lurch and these original games consoles is sold together.As far as online gaming is concerned, Xbox One X, Xbox One and Xbox One S users will not be segregated and will be able to play together without any problems.

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