Tag Archives: Xbox Series X

Rumor: Sony considering cheaper price for PS5 + NEW Leaked PS5 Specs (9.625 TFlops Avg Performance)

Update 3/18/2020: The Road to #PS5 – RGN’s Breakdown of PlayStation 5’s Custom Integrated Circuitry

It seems the console wars really are back. 🔥

Today we have more leaked PS5 specs pointing to an overclocking attempt by Sony. According to these rumors, maximum performance of the PS5 is 10.25 TFlops with a base of 9 TFlops, making its average performance 9.625 TFlops to be exact). One of the more major differences between the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 seems to be the amount of GPU cores.

Xbox Series X has 56 CUs clocked at 1700MHz, or 2GHz (depending on which mode is engaged) using some amount of 560GB/s GDDR6 Memory. Performance: 12.2 TFlops

PlayStation 5 has 36 CUs clocked at 800MHz, 911MHz, or 2GHz (depending on which mode is engaged) using an unknown memory format (likely GDDR6 Memory). Performance: 10 TFlops

To explain what happened has happened and why / what this article is, we must first take a deeper look at the alleged PS5 specs.

Continue reading Rumor: Sony considering cheaper price for PS5 + NEW Leaked PS5 Specs (9.625 TFlops Avg Performance)

Everything previously rumored for PlayStation is actually REAL on Xbox, ⚝ Free Cyberpunk 2077 Next Gen Upgrade

CD Projekt Red: “Gamers should never be forced to purchase the same game twice,” confirming that purchasing Cyberpunk 2077 for Xbox One or Xbox One X when it becomes available September 17, will get players the Xbox Series X version for free when next-gen consoles launch Holiday 2020.

Joining Xbox Game Studios in “Smart Delivery” providing a Buy Once, Own on Both Gens – Free Next Gen Upgrades in the form of 4K and 8K patches, game improving code, frame rate upgrades, bugfix patches, and more. This is even possible with physical discs purchased for Xbox One or Xbox One X, when popped into XSX.

Continue reading Everything previously rumored for PlayStation is actually REAL on Xbox, ⚝ Free Cyberpunk 2077 Next Gen Upgrade

Confirmed: Xbox Series X has Ray Tracing, VRS, VRR, NVMe, Auto Low Latency, & More

Today we have been given further specifications of the next-gen Xbox Series X by Microsoft themselves. This news comes directly after a war on price has already begun between the two tech giants during which PS4 Pro is on sale (25% Off) and Xbox One X is on sale (40% Off) a skirmish which sets the tone for battle as Microsoft proves they are willing to eat more on hardware cost to gain monthly subscribers and heavy gamers who demand high specs.

To begin the revival of console wars, Xbox Series X ships with a 12 TFlop GPU by comparison to the rumored 9 TFlop GPU which PlayStation 5 houses. The cost to manufacture XSX is likely higher than that of the PS5 but their final retail price could both end up at $499 USD, the exact same price we predicted back in October, meaning PS4 can continue to be sold without too large of a price drop for a few years (long enough to surpass the PS2 as the highest selling console of all time).

However, this could also help Microsoft regain a lot of customers as they will be able to pitch the more powerful machine for the same cost, or even lower by gifting Xbox Game Pass, free games, controllers, and other bundles including even monthly financing payment options which Microsoft has utilized for Xbox One X.

Continue reading Confirmed: Xbox Series X has Ray Tracing, VRS, VRR, NVMe, Auto Low Latency, & More

Xbox Series X is over 6 times PS4’s power, releases in nine months

Not to be confused with 2019’s most powerful gaming console Xbox One X, Microsoft has announced the next-generation Xbox which will release during the Holiday Season of 2020 (most likely mid-late November). Formerly known as Project Scarlet, it was revealed at The Game Awards 2019 that Microsoft’s next-gen system is called Xbox Series X. We also now know exactly what the console looks like, some knowledge of its target capabilities / specs, and the nature of the design behind it as well as a hype trailer.

Continue reading Xbox Series X is over 6 times PS4’s power, releases in nine months