Microsoft’s new Xbox One X brings some beefy specs.
Tonight at E3 in Los Angeles Microsoft introduced the new Xbox One X and it’s time to compare their best to Sony’s latest and greatest.
The Xbox has become more than just a game console as Microsoft has focused on making it another part of the expansive Windows platform. Meanwhile, Sony has focused on adding features to the PlayStation to bolster the gaming experience as well, though they don’t have software expertise of Microsoft. But for many, the whole thing boils down to which console will play the games and movies we want, and look the best while doing it.
While the hardware won’t tell the whole story, here’s what we know so far.
|Category||Xbox||PlayStation 4 Pro|
|Price||$ 499||$ 399|
|Dimensions||Smallest Xbox ever||11.61in x 12.87in x 2.17in|
|CPU||8-core AMD custom Scorpio Engine
Liquid-cooled vapor chamber
|AMD Jaguar 8-core (x86-64)|
|GPU||40 custom AMD GCN cores (6 TFLOP)
326GB/s memory bandidth
|36 AMD GCN cores (4.2 TFLOP)
218GB/s memory bandwidth
|AV out||HDMI 2.0||HDMI 2.0|
|Power consumption||245w max||310w max|
|USB||USB 3.0||USB 3.0 (x3)|
|VR support||No||Yes (PSVR Enhanced)|
Sounds like a beast! Your move, Sony.
We’ll keep updating as Microsoft reveals more information about the Xbox One X.