Group employees reveal Xbox Series X will be equipped with E19 master SSD

This week, foreign agencies released a survey of 8,000 players aged 11 to 64 from Germany, Spain, Italy, France and the United Kingdom, and found that 78 percent of next-generation consoles think they need better graphics and 71 percent think they need faster game loading times.

Supporting 8K seems to be of little interest, with no backward compatibility, support for optical drives, support for VR, handheld mode and so on.

Sony and Microsoft have repeatedly stressed that it can be a disruptive experience for players.

According tomedia reports, a group software engineer’s LinkedIn profile shows that he designed the PS5019-E19 master for the Xbox Series X, with no DRAM design and support for PCIe 4.0 x4.

Group employees reveal Xbox Series X will be equipped with E19 master SSD

According to data from the group’s official website, this PCIe 4.0 main control supports 512GB to 2TB capacity, continuous reading speed of up to 3600MB/s, continuous write speed of 2200MB/s, random reading 380K IOPS, random write 500K IOPS.

Group employees reveal Xbox Series X will be equipped with E19 master SSD

Such a performance, everyone satisfied not?

Group employees reveal Xbox Series X will be equipped with E19 master SSD