It uses a system-on-chip (SoC) known as Scorpio Engine, which incorporates a 2.3 GHz octa-core CPU, and a Radeon GPU with 40 Compute Units clocked at 1172 MHz, generating 6 teraflops of graphical computing performance. It also includes 12 GB of GDDR5 RAM, 9 GB of which is allocated to games. Scorpio Engine’s CPU utilizes a custom platform designed to maintain compatibility with the Jaguar CPU of the original Xbox One, but with a 31% increase in performance. The console uses a vapor chamber method of cooling for the SoC, and motherboards are tailored to the exact voltage needs of each individual Scorpio SoC to optimize their output and energy usage. The console also supports AMD’s FreeSync technology, 1440p resolution, and/or 120 Hz refresh rate on compatible displays. Games marketed by Microsoft as Xbox One X Enhanced have specific optimizations for graphical fidelity on the console’s hardware. Separate iconography is being used to denote games that natively run at 4K resolution, or support HDR. Existing games can be updated to provide these enhancements.
Whats in the Box?
1 – Xbox One X 1TB Robot White Console
1 – Xbox One White Wireless Controller
1 – HDMI Cable
1 – Power Adapter
1 – 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial
1 – Simply 1-month Xbox Game Pass with access to more than 100 games