Xbox One X: World’s Most Powerful Console
When Microsoft announced the new Xbox One X at E3 in June 2017, it finally put an end to the mystery surrounding ‘Project Scorpio’ – as the new console had been referred to until it’s official announcement – and the world received confirmation of the ‘most powerful gaming console ever’. Pre-orders have begun and the console will be unleashed upon the world on November 7th for $499.99.
Full Technical Specifications
- 3 GHz 8-core Custom AMD CPU for enhanced AI, superior detail, and smoother gaming interactions
- 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory adds speed and power to game performance. This enables bigger worlds, further horizons, and much faster load times.
- 6 Teraflop Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) enables 4K environments and characters to be more realistic than ever, with finer detail, and smooth animations.
- 326 GB/s memory bandwidth offers faster, more detailed game graphics
Lean and Mean
- Even though the console is 40% more powerful than any other console currently available, it is still the smallest Xbox console ever made
- The Scorpio Engine is the world’s most powerful console gaming processor
- The use of advanced liquid cooling and the supercharger-style centrifugal fan ensures your Xbox One X stays cool without extra noise
- The use of the hovis method, a cutting-edge digital power delivery system which custom tunes each console’s voltage, maximises performance and minimises power consumption
Truly Immersive Gaming Experience
- True 4K gaming
- Action is brought to life with 2160p frame buffers and 6 teraflops of graphic processing power
- High Dynamic Range technology allows for higher contrast ratio between lights and darks which brings out the true visual depth of your games, just like your favourite online gambling Canada games!
- 3D spatial sound created by Dolby Atmos and DTS:X enables you to experience premier audio
- 4K exclusives such as Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves, and Super Lucky’s Tale can be played the way they were meant to be
- Games from all generations play even better on Xbox One X
- 1080p TV friendly: games will load faster, run smoother, and look crisper by using super-sampling, anisotropic filtering, and dynamic resolution scaling
- All Xbox One accessories are compatible with Xbox One X
Memory and Storage
- 8GB flash memory
- 1TB HDD internal storage
- 12GB GDDR5 at 326 GB/s
- 4K UHD Blu-Ray Optical Disc Drive
- HDMI 2.0b (out), 2160p @ 60Hz, AMD FreeSync
- HDR10 support
- DTS 5.1
- Dolby Digital 5.1, TrueHD with Atmos
- PCM 2.0, 5.1, 7.1
- WiFi: dual band wireless with WiFi direct for home networks
- IR Blasters send and receive signals
- Power port
- 2 HDMI ports: 1 HDMI 1.4b in, 1 HDMI 2.0b out
- 3 USB 3.0 ports
- IR out
- Ethernet port
Xbox One X Scorpio Edition
The limited edition Xbox One X Scorpio Edition has the codename embossed on both the controller and the console in a shade of green which is synonymous with earlier generation Xbox console, and there’s a dynamic graphic pattern on the shell. The packaging has been designed in a similar way to the original Xbox console in a clever nod to the past which doesn’t detract from the consoles clean lines and monolithic style. Apart from the aesthetic differences, Microsoft has not introduced any alterations from the standard Xbox One X at this stage, and there is a limited number of Xbox One X Scorpio Editions available to pre-order for the same price as the standard Xbox One X console – $499.99.