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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,11 2017 -  
Xbox One X is official: Project Scorpio renamed - console
(hx) 06:49 PM EDT - Jun,11 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
Today, during Microsoft's E3 2017 press briefing, the house of Xbox officially revealed the pricing and name of its upcoming console previously code named 'Project Scorpio.' In a perhaps unsurprising move, the console lost its code name, and is now officially called Xbox One X. Microsoft plans to have 22 titles ready for launch. Priced at $499.99, the system is scheduled for a worldwide release on Nov. 7th

The One X uses an eight-core processor, likely from AMD although not officially stated, running at 2.3GHz. Seasoned PC gamers might not think this sounds like a lot and, indeed, it isn’t. But keep in mind console processors are packed into an incredibly tight space, and more GHz means more heat. This is still a substantial boost over the Xbox One, whose eight cores ran at 1.75GHz.

In the graphics department, the One X will get a GPU with 40 compute units running at a seriously impressive 1172MHz. Even more startling is the massive 12GB of GDDR5 memory, which is a handy combination of more and faster memory. This 12GB will be shared by the whole system, so some will be reserved for the CPU with the rest going to the GPU.

You’ll get a 1TB hard disk inside your Xbox One X, along with a UHD Blu-ray player. The Xbox One X will include a liquid-cooled vapor chamber used more often with servers and high-end PC cards.

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gx-x(10:54 AM EDT - Jun,12 2017 )
great, now they are going after HTC naming scheme....

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