On the evening of September 9, Microsoft announced the prices of the Xbox Series X/S two consoles at US$499 and US$299 respectively. The difference between the CPUs of the two consoles is small. Both are 8-core configurations. The difference in frequency is 0.2GHz. The difference is mainly on the GPU. Xbox Series X is equipped with 52CU, the frequency reaches 1.825GHz, and the performance reaches 12.15TFLOPS, while the latter has only 20CU. Frequency 1.565GHz, performance 4TFLOPS.
In other respects, Xbox Series X is equipped with 16GB of video memory, while Xbox Series S is equipped with 10GB; the former focuses on 4K games and the latter focuses on 2K games; the former is equipped with 1TB SSD and the latter is 512GB, but the speed is the same at 2.4GB/ s.
According to reports from windowscentral, the Xbox Series X has a built-in 1TB storage space, and the available space for players is 802GB . This data is consistent with the Xbox One X launched in 2017, which assigned a similar configuration to its 1TB internal hard drive.
The available space on Xbox Series S is still unclear, but obviously, 512GB SSD can hold not many games. Microsoft claims that Xbox Series S games should take up 30% less space than Xbox Series X games .
Seagate storage expansion card is Microsoft’s solution to the lack of space in Xbox Series X and Series S. It supports PCIe 4.0 and can be directly connected to the CPU. However, this storage expansion card is not cheap. According to Naija Tech News, its suggested retail price in the United States is $220, even if it is close to the cost of Xbox Series S. In addition, this expansion card has 920GB of free space.
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