One year after Project Scorpio was announced during E3 2016, Microsoft has finally revealed that the new Xbox One X will ship on November 7.
The design is similar to the Xbox One S. However, instead of the white shell, it features a black shell and controller. It will pack a 1172 MHz GPU with 6 teraflops of performance power, 12 GB of GDDR5 RAM, and memory bandwidth of 326 GB/s. (PlayStation 4 Pro’s GPU can provide 4.2 teraflops, has 8 GB of GDDR5 of memory, and 218 GB/s memory bandwidth.)
The 16nm CPU (eight custom X86 cores), based on AMD’s Jaguar architecture, features seven billion transistors with a 384-bit wide memory bus. The system will be cooled using a “liquid-cooled vapor chamber.” The Xbox One X is also the smallest console in Xbox’s history, with dimensions of 300mm x 240mm x 60mm. For the full detailed specs, take a look at the list below.
|XBox One (original)||XBox One S||Xbox One X|
|CPU Frequency||1.75 GHz||1.75 GHz||2.3 GHz|
|CPU µArch||AMD Jaguar||AMD Jaguar||“Custom CPU” (AMD Jaguar Variant)|
|GPU Cores||16 CUs|
|Peak Shader Througput||1.23 TFLOPS||1.4 TFLOPS||6 TFLOPS|
|Embedded Memory||32MB eSRAM||32MB eSRAM||None|
|Embedded Memory Bandwidth||204 GB/s||219 GB/s||None|
|System Memory||8 GB DDR3-2133||8GB DDR3-2133||12GB GDDR5 (6.8 Gb/s)|
|System Memory Bus||256-bit||256-bit||384-bit|
|System Memory Bandwidth||68.3 GB/s||68.3 GB/s||326 GB/s|
|Manufacturing Process||TSMC 28nm||TSMC 16nm||TSMC 16nm|
|Dimensions||343mm x 263mm x 80mm||295mm x 230mm x 65mm||300mm x 240mm x 60mm|
|PSU||245W (internal)||120W (internal)||220W (external)|
|Optical Drive||Blu-Ray||UHD Blu-Ray||UHD Blu-Ray|
|Wireless||802.11n (Dual Band)||2×2 802.11ac||2×2 802.11ac|
|Launch Price||$499 w/Kinect||$299||$499|
When you pick it up, all of your Xbox One accessories will work with the new console. The Xbox One X also comes with additional features such as Dolby Atmos, a 4K Blu-ray player, and super-sampling technology to bring your 1080p games to 4K resolution.
We’ll have more details on the console later in the week as E3 2017 continues.