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[Techradar] Next Xbox alleged specs point to 2020 release date and disc-less console

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According to the report, the Lockhart console will be the entry-level machine, with lower performance and therefore a lower price. But perhaps the most interesting aspect of the alleged Lockhart specs is that it won't have a disc-tray – essentially functioning as a cloud streaming box for digital games, apps and other media.
However, the Anaconda is rumored to be much more high-end system, with very high performance and a higher price point to match – allegedly similar to the Xbox One X's on release.

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Xbox Lockhart specs:

CPU - Custom 8 Cores (16 zen threads 2)
GPU - Custom NAVI 4+ Teraflops
RAM - 12GB of GDDR6 memory
Storage - SSD 1TB NVMe 1 + GB / s


Xbox Anaconda specs:

CPU - Custom 8 Cores (16 zen threads 2)
GPU - Custom NAVI 12+ Teraflops
RAM - 16GB of GDDR6 memory
Storage - SSD 1TB NVMe 1 + GB / s

12+ Teraflops in consoles and 16GBs of Vram seems like enough to signify a true new gen point.

Source:https://www.techradar.com/news/next-...c-less-console

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MS will most likely price Anaconda at $599.99 which will be a total failure. As Sony has seen in the past. $599.99 consoles don't sell alas PS3 launch price.
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My anaconda don't want none, unless you got 12 Teraflops hun!

Next Xbox code name will be: Xbox Baby-got-back...

I'll see myself out now...
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MS will most likely price Anaconda at $599.99 which will be a total failure. As Sony has seen in the past. $599.99 consoles don't sell alas PS3 launch price.
Nothing about the PS3 was particularly high end though. Those are pretty good specs for a custom PC. Totally worth it.

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Hmm, everything in line with expected specs except 1TB SSD. I am little skeptical about cheaper SKU getting 1TB SSD when it is likely cost below $300.

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Nothing about the PS3 was particularly high end though. Those are pretty good specs for a custom PC. Totally worth it.
I agree and think it would be worth it as well. Its the masses though. They will complain how pricey it is because its out of reach for all the little Jimmy's. The masses seem to like $299-$399 range tops.
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I agree and think it would be worth it as well. Its the masses though. They will complain how pricey it is because its out of reach for all the little Jimmy's. The masses seem to like $299-$399 range tops.
That's why they're doing tiers now. Makes sense to me to have a lower spec unit for those people.

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If it launches at $600, that doesn't seem unreasonable. The PS3 was pretty underwhelming at launch for that price, and that price felt a lot steeper back then. Still, the price would probably come down to $500 after the first 6 months or so.

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So which SKU will be the performance target for developers? The Lockhart?

Will 60FPS @ 4K be that performance target?

16 GiB of GDDR6 and a 1 TiB NVMe wow.

Will it support FreeSync?
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