Xbox One X Breakdown!

Game News: Xbox One X Breakdown!

We've had hands on time with the Xbox One X this week, and we've broken down some pointers about the system -- how to get the most out of your HDR settings, what Xbox Enhanced really means, and how it stacks up against the PS4 Pro.

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  • Shmittles FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    1 week ago

    With all the hoops you apparently have to jump through, and settings to mess with to get that "best output", I feel like this kinda defeats the purpose of a console these days (as if constant patches and updates weren't already doing that). If I wanted to put a bunch of effort into playing with all the bells and wistles, isn't that what the PC's for?


    Anyways, I'm still just waiting for them to inevitably make a game that plays like absolute garbage on the regular Xbones, necessitating the XboneX, so that they'll get called out on their "genless console" scheme. I just hope that game isn't Halo 6...

  • RWBimbie Keeper of Poems

    1 week ago

    "Most powerful console in the world",

    so that means its on par with a 2014 PC?


    • zechio FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      1 week ago

      Without overclocking, not quite: The Titan X launched March 2015 at 6.14 TFLOPS.

      Aggressively OC a 980 and a good CPU, and you could have indeed broken 6 TFLOPS in Sept. 2014 though.


      Now you can get a 12 TFLOP 1080 ti, but it'll cost you $200 more than an x1x. Vega 64 air cooled is 12.66 tflops at the same price as an x1x, but in most gaming cases it'll perform worse than a 1080 ti. ( AMD does really good in compute though, such as crypto-currency mining. Hence why until very recently the Vega cards have been substantially more expensive than their MSRP. )