Microsoft Xbox Seriex X host reviews released: 4K 120fps performance was well received

Tonight, in addition to AMD’s Rye Dragon 5000 processor release, listing, Microsoft’s Xbox Series X (hereinafter referred to as XSX) host also released, many media have issued a review, generally speaking, the hardware is very good and very powerful, but escort games are too few. Microsoft XSX host announcement things are almost, hardware specifications have been announced long ago:

– Manufacturing process: TSMC 7nm Enhanced (N7P DUV)

– Core area: 360.45 square millimeters

– CPU: Custom AMD Zen 2 architecture, eight cores, main frequency 3.8GHz, multithreaded after 3.66GHz

– GPU: Custom RDNA 2 architecture, 52 compute units, 3328 stream processors, frequency 1825MHz

– Memory/memory: 320-bit 16GB GDDR6

– Bandwidth: 10GB 560GB/s, 6GB 336GB/s

– Internal hard drive: Custom 1TB NVMe SSD, original I/O transmission bandwidth 2.4GB/s, compressed transmission bandwidth 4.8GB/s (custom hardware compression block)

– Extended storage: 1TB expansion card with SUPPORT for USB 3.2 external hard drives

– Optical drive: 4K Blu-ray

– Performance target: 4K@60FPS, up to 120FPS

Microsoft Xbox Seriex X host reviews released: 4K 120fps performance was well received

For hardware and performance, the major media reviews are almost unanimous, TheVerge tested the XSX and One X load time, thanks to the strong SSD performance, load time almost halved, most in 30 to 60 seconds, individual can do 20 seconds or even 10 seconds, and One X generally in 1 minute, less 20-30 seconds.

As for game performance, a few media have no actual data published, but the specifications do do do 4K 120fps, some of the previous game performance improvement is obvious, 30fps can now reach 60fps and so on.

However, when it comes to shortcomings, the views of several media outlets are similar, spitting grooves in addition to the vertical appearance (but all admit to being better than PS5), the most natural is the game, think that the first 3A game is too little.

One thing, though, is that Microsoft has done a lot of work on the XSX to make sure it’s down-compatible, which is to make up for the lack of starting games.

Microsoft Xbox Seriex X host reviews released: 4K 120fps performance was well received

IGN gave XSX a score of 8 points, Great is very good level, performance is crooked, is the game is less.