Following quite a while of speculation, Microsoft released its “Venture Scorpio” gaming console today, and it’s authoritatively named Xbox One X. Microsoft is aiming to dispatch the Xbox One X on November 7th around the world, valued at $499.
All current Xbox One accessories will chip away at the new Xbox One X, nearly all current Xbox 360 backward titles and Xbox One games. Microsoft wants to utilize “super testing” on the One X to improve new games look, even on 1080p TVs.
The new console will transport with 6 teraflops of graphical power, more than its primary rival, the PS4 Pro, with 4.2 teraflops. Microsoft is utilizing a custom GPU motor on Scorpio that keeps running at 1172MHz, a major increment over the Xbox One’s 853MHz and even Sony’s 911MHz found on the PS4 Pro. Microsoft is additionally sending the Xbox One X with an Ultra HD Blu-ray drive for 4K resolution movie experience and entertainment, and 1TB of capacity.
Microsoft has already guaranteed that 900p and 1080p Xbox One games ought to have the capacity to keep running at local 4K on the Xbox One X and that current Xbox One and 360 games will see a perceptible performance boost. Scorpio additionally highlights liquid-cooled vapor-chamber cooling inside, an innovation that is utilized on top of the line PC gaming cards like the GTX 1080.
Microsoft says the new Xbox One X is the “smallest Xbox ever,” and the dark design looks fundamentally the same as the current Xbox One S display. The back of Microsoft’s new console is based on the Xbox One S, with an HDMI-in port and no devoted Kinect port. There aren’t numerous outside changes over the Xbox One S outline, and the X essentially gets somewhat smaller. For the time being, Microsoft is just sending the Xbox One X with the dark design and 1TB of capacity.