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[Xbox] Xbox Series X: A Closer Look at the Technology Powering the Next Generation

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“While the Xbox Series X will deliver a massive increase in GPU performance and continue to redefine and advance the state of art in graphics with new capabilities such as hardware accelerated raytracing,” said Jason Ronald, Director of Product Management on Xbox Series X, “we don’t believe this generation will be defined by graphics or resolution alone.”



“Xbox Series X is the biggest generational leap of SOC [System on a Chip] and API design that we’ve done with Microsoft, and it’s really an honor for AMD to be a trusted Microsoft partner for this endeavor,” said Nussbaum. “The Xbox Series X is going to be a beacon of technical innovation leadership for this console generation and will propagate the innovation throughout the DirectX ecosystem this year and into next year.”
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Never expected that memory configuration. It seems something Nvidia would do. So 6GBs are 192-Bit while 10GBs are 320-Bit. They could have done 12GB 384-Bit or 20GB - 320-Bit.

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i'm confused why people are saying that's ultra low end by comparison.

show me any cheap gaming PC with 320bit bus in it that isn't from a previous memory generation.

people don't seem to understand what really hamstrings 4K game play. you always end up hamstrung on the memory.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
i'm confused why people are saying that's ultra low end by comparison.

show me any cheap gaming PC with 320bit bus in it that isn't from a previous memory generation.

people don't seem to understand what really hamstrings 4K game play. you always end up hamstrung on the memory.
But in the case of consoles its shared memory and with any graphically intensive game I'll bet the GPU is using a significant amount of that bandwidth -- especially when doing any sort of AA. The GPU and CPU in any console are competing for memory bandwidth. I don't know if caching helps with antialiasing either -- especially at high resolution because the amount of pixel data that is constantly changing would easily exceed a cache's ability to hold it. But maybe a 320-bit memory bus made up of GDDR6 memory makes up for that.

From the benchmarks I've seen for 9900k's faster system memory can make a diff. in perf. w/some gaming titles at 4K, but it's minimal as are all gains from faster system memory except for Fallout 4.
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