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"World’s most powerful console" Xbox One X to be release on November 7

During their E3 press conference, Microsoft opened the show by revealing ‘the world’s most powerful console’ and reeling off all the specifications tucked under the mighty hood.
"World’s most powerful console" Xbox One X to be release on November 7

You ready? There’s six teraflops of computing power and 12GB of GDDR5 RAM. It’ll also deliver native 4K graphics at 60 frames per second.
The machine itself supports 4K UHD Blu-Ray playback, and will also be backwards compatible with all Xbox One games and accessories.
They also announced all Xbox One titles will have improved visuals on the Xbox One X, along with faster load times.
Even if you haven’t invested in a 4KTV, Microsoft also promised titles will see a marked improvement in visuals on 1080p TV’s.
They also boasted it’ll pack the most ‘advanced console processor ever’, with a liquid-cooled vapor chamber commonly used in PC’s.
If, like many, you thought this would result in a brick of a box to eclipse even Microsoft’s standards, turns out they’ve been listening – somehow making the Xbox One X the smallest Xbox in history.
While undoubtedly an impressive piece of kit, there’s still a question of whether the upgrade is worth the inflated price tag – with the 22 announced exclusive titles coming to the ‘Xbox family’ perhaps inadvertently making the cheaper Xbox One models more appealing.
The UK price is also a bit of a sticking point, considering a direct conversion to UK pounds from the US price would land it around £391, significantly lower than £449.99.
Alongside the system, they also announced Forza Motorsport 7 which looks set to showcase what’s capable with the machine’s bag of technical tricks.

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