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| Inside Microsoft's Xbox 360 - tech|
|(hx) 01:29 PM CET - Nov,16 2005 |
The chaps over at
AnandTech disassembled an Xbox 360:
The Xbox 360 is smaller than the original Xbox, and its wireless nature makes
it a natural fit in the living room - marking a thankful change from standard
gaming consoles of the past. Despite looking like the offspring of an iPod and a
DVD player, the Xbox 360 is still very much a PC on the inside. As such, it's
got all of the components we're used to.
The $299 core system gives you the same console (with a white DVD tray cover), a
wired controller, and standard composite AV cables; there's no hard drive,
headset or remote.
By now you have undoubtedly heard about the massive external power supply that
comes with the Xbox 360 and you can see it in the lower left hand corner of the
picture above. Remember that in the original Xbox, the power supply was
internal. But with the power requirements of the Xbox 360 being significantly
higher than its predecessor, while featuring a noticeably smaller case, the only
solution was to take the power supply out of the Xbox 360.
With the Xbox 360, Microsoft hopes to usher in the era of HD gaming, first and
foremost by requiring all Xbox 360 games to support 720p (1280 x 720).
Unfortunately, we have yet to hear from Microsoft if this means that all games
must be internally rendered at 1280 x 720 or if they can be rendered at a lower
resolution and upscaled later on. There have been discussions involving at least
one Xbox 360 game (Project Gotham Racing 3), rendering internally at a lower
resolution and having the Xbox 360's TV encoder upscale it to 720p.
You don't have to have a HDTV, but obviously owning one will give you better
overall image quality. The Xbox 360 supports all of the most popular video
formats: 480i, 480p, 720p and 108. There is no out of box DVI or HDMI support,
nor is there any Microsoft support for either of those video interface standards
at this time, although Microsoft has indicated that they may offer HDMI support
when it makes sense to. There is, however, an optical output, but the cable is
not included. If you don't have a HDTV but you have a VGA monitor that
you'd like to use, Microsoft does offer a VGA cable that will allow you to
connect your Xbox 360 to a VGA monitor. If you don't have a HDTV or a monitor
but still want a higher quality output, Microsoft also offers a S-Video AV
|Genoism||(03:37 PM CET - Nov,16 2005 )|
|so i can hook this up to my computer monitor? like an LCD?|
|Genoism||(10:48 PM CET - Nov,16 2005 )|
|woo thanks for lookin thats f'in awesome :D|
|lucas||(12:59 AM CET - Nov,17 2005 )|
|it'll work with a LCD but you're probably better off with a CRT. if its works like the original xbox its VGA modes will be limited to the HDTV resolutions (ie. 480p - 640x480, 720p - 1280x720, etc) and if one of those modes is not native to your LCD you're gonna get nasty up/down scaling.
for anyone doubting the original xbox could output VGA. I use this to play on my monitor all the time, after seeing xbox in 480p you'd never go back to an interlaced TV
|erichot||(12:52 PM CET - Jan,15 2006 )|
|Genoism> so i can hook this up to my computer monitor? like an LCD?
There is a new device just available that allow a computer monitor to take advantage of DVI output. The VGA cable on XBOX360 has many issues in the area of color, screen stability, and scaling. This box is called PixelFinder which takes the component (green/blue/red connector) from XBOX360 and output to DVI or VGA for your computer monitor. This device is manufactured by AVI (http://www.transavi.com/MPG099.htm)