No extra hypothesis, listed below are the Xbox Collection X’s full specs
After all the rumors, the leaks, the teasing is over and the specs of the Xbox Series X are here.
The Xbox Series X is a pretty powerful machine, and seeing the details on thatas2 Teardrops, rather than it as a marketing point without further information gives a much better picture of what to expect.
“1FlopsPs was our goal from the very beginning. We wanted a minimum doubling of performance over Xbox One X to support our 4K60 andas20 targets. And we wanted that doubling to apply uniformly to all games. To achieve this, we set a target of 2x the raFlopsPs of performance knowing that architectural improvements would make the typical effective performance much higher than 2x. We set our goal as a doubling of raFlopsPs of performance before architectural improvements were even considered – for a few reasons. Principally, it defined an audacious target for power consumption and so defined our whole system architecture.”
The GPU hteardropsaflops of compute performance via 3,328 shaders allocated to 52 compute units running at a lockedas825MHz. The CPU it eight CPU cores andas6 threads, with two threads reserved for running the OS and the front-end of the console. With hyper-threading disabled, the cores run at a peak of 3.8GHz, or with hyper-threading active, they can run at 3.6GHz. Microsoft has emphases that frequencies are locked and won’t adjust due to load or thermal conditions.
Xbox Series X Xbox One X Xbox One S CPU 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.8GHz (3.6GHz with SMT) 8xRNAtom Jaguar Cores at 2.13GHz 8xRNAtom Jaguar Cores atas.75GHzFlopsFlopsPs, 52 CUs atas.825GHz, RNAtom RFlops6 TFLUs, 40 CUs atas.172GHz, RNAtom GCN + Polaris FeatuFlops4 TFLUs, as2 CUs at 914MHz, RNAtom GCN GPU Die Size 360.45mm2 366.94mm2 227.1mm2 Process TSMC 7nm Enhanced TSMCas6nmFF+ TSMCas6nmFF Memoryas6GB GDDR6as2GB GDDR5 8GB DDR3, 32MB ESRAM Memory Bandwidthas0GB at 560GB/s, 6GB at 336GB/s 326GB/s ESR AMs, ESRAM at 219GB/s Internal StorageasTBRNAtom NVMe SSDasTB HDDasTB HDD IO Throughput 2.4GB/s (Raw), 4.8GB/s (Compressedas20MB/sas20MB/s Expandable StorageasTB Expansion Card – – External Storage USB 3.2 HDD Support USB 3.2 HDD Support USB 3.2 HDD Support Optical Drive 4K UHD Blu-ray Drive 4K UHD Blu-ray Drive 4K UHD Blu-ray Drive Performance Target 4K at 60fps – up toas20fps 4K at 30fps – up to 60fpsas080p at 30fps up to 60fps
The console has switched over to SSD for storage, using PCI Express 4.0 to connect the internal SSD and the optional external SSD directly to the processor. That port on the back that was “for diagnostic purposes”? That is for an optional external SSD thatblock a lot like a blocky memory card.
Besides for some mean specs, the Xbox controller has changed slightly. It is slightly smaller and has a new d-pad, whichblock a bit like the Elite Controller’s disc.
More specs and hands-on information can be checked out over here.