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Forums - Microsoft Discussion - XBOX SERIES X OFFICIAL SPEC - Indeed it's 12 Teraflop of Navi 2 with Hardware Accelerated Ray Tracing and VRS , how much will it cost ? EDIT : Add Digital Foundry analysis

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How much do you think it will cost in USD

more then 600 USD 7 11.29%
 
600 USD 16 25.81%
 
550 USD 8 12.90%
 
500 USD 31 50.00%
 
450 USD 0 0%
 
400 USD 0 0%
 
Total:62

Digital Foundry Analysis

https://youtu.be/qTYuYvD_TU0

Last edited by HollyGamer - on 25 February 2020

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Smart Delivery and quick resume on multiple games. That's what's up. I like that.



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Hopefully Sony will open their mouths soon, their silence is getting pretty annoying.



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Remember Jason Scheir from Kotaku said in his Podcast that Both console (PS5 and Xbox Series X) will have powerful GPU then RTX 2080 . I am confident that PS5 will targeting the same spec (less or more) or targeting the same performance. Numerous indiserd also claim PS5 and Xbox will be super close and negligible So that's that.



Got to hand it to these companies - they know how to get the masses talking with such vague info and theoretical numbers.

While nice to have some confirmation, I’m more interested in far more meaningful info, like RAM amount/speed, Bus Speeds, Bandwidth, CPU clocks/speed, etc.



                                                                                                             

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CGI-Quality said:

Got to hand it to these companies - they know how to get the masses talking with such vague info and theoretical numbers.

While nice to have some confirmation, I’m more interested in far more meaningful info, like RAM amount/speed, Bus Speeds, Bandwidth, CPU clocks/speed, etc.

Well it's called marketing. It's more easy to market rather than talking how many polygon, vertex , LOL.  It will be forever the same. It's just marketing gimmick and Jargon. Now it's depend on how game can truly showcase the value. I bet 120fps and 8k will be another keywords. 

Also detailed spec will be reveal when Digital Foundry has the console or made some interview , or probably at the GDC we can have more info. 



Hopefully this means we can now start to get a steady stream of next gen info.



HollyGamer said:
CGI-Quality said:

Got to hand it to these companies - they know how to get the masses talking with such vague info and theoretical numbers.

While nice to have some confirmation, I’m more interested in far more meaningful info, like RAM amount/speed, Bus Speeds, Bandwidth, CPU clocks/speed, etc.

Well it's called marketing. It's more easy to market rather than talking how many polygon, vertex , LOL.  It will be forever the same. It's just marketing gimmick and Jargon. Now it's depend on how game can truly showcase the value. I bet 120fps and 8k will be another keywords. 

Also detailed spec will be reveal when Digital Foundry has the console or made some interview , or probably at the GDC we can have more info. 

I know what it is obviously, it just bugs me because I’m a tech/hardware guy who wishes they were a bit more transparent (and it would keep the ‘marketing’ intact).

Also, they don’t have to talk about tris/verts/polies to market actual specs. But, in that same breath, knowing how many triangles a device can produce is more useful than floating point ops/sec. 

Last edited by CGI-Quality - on 24 February 2020

                                                                                                             

that sounds like a mighty fine machine Microsoft is building there - obviously detailed specs (CUs/ALUs,GPU clock, RAM amount/clock/bandwith, CPU clock/cache etc) would paint a much clearer picture, but I assume here MS is going with the usual ALUs x 2 operations x clock speed calculation to arrive at 12TF and that hints at a great deal of GPU power

if they managed to offer such a system for $600 or less that would mean extremely good value of the consumer, so that is my hope
yet launching a Series S at a more affordable price point and positioning the Series X as a high end product seems quite plausible aswell

time will tell



So VRS doesn't require my TV to be VRR compliant?