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CES -2020 MICROSOFT REVEAL SOME IMAGES OF XBOX X SERIES CONSOLE N CPU.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello Guys,


I would like to inform you that Microsoft has reveal some  images of cpu n console 

please have a look n SHARE YOUR OPINION.

 

Your cordially 

Ayush

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Ayush007 said:

Hello Guys,


I would like to inform you that Microsoft has reveal some  images of cpu n console 

please have a look n SHARE YOUR OPINION.

 

Your cordially 

Ayush

Ok, here's what I see here: 

first img; AMD loves putting the max resolution that will be supported on the die. So that 8k number is probably what they're aiming for next. 

I don't remember if the xbox one X has a combined die (GPU and CPU on same chip)  This is a combined die if the trend follows the Xbone X. So we're best off comparing dies to that. (Youtube video of the XB one X teardown)

second-fourth img; Hey look it's a PC! 

Microsoft seems to be focusing a lot more on cooling this new Xbox, which makes me think we're looking at higher power draw, and with that more heat output. XBone X had a 245 watt PSU according to ifixit, and if that's true, I'd expect max draw on that around 200w for the die, with the new Series X probably being around 300w on die, with 25-30 for aux parts like SSD, video controllers for HDMI, USB controller, etc.  


Fine you want the PSU tier list? Have the PSU tier list: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psu-tier-list-40-rev-103/

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, BrinkGG said:

Ok, here's what I see here: 

first img; AMD loves putting the max resolution that will be supported on the die. So that 8k number is probably what they're aiming for next. 

I don't remember if the xbox one X has a combined die (GPU and CPU on same chip)  This is a combined die if the trend follows the Xbone X. So we're best off comparing dies to that. (Youtube video of the XB one X teardown)

second-fourth img; Hey look it's a PC! 

Microsoft seems to be focusing a lot more on cooling this new Xbox, which makes me think we're looking at higher power draw, and with that more heat output. XBone X had a 245 watt PSU according to ifixit, and if that's true, I'd expect max draw on that around 200w for the die, with the new Series X probably being around 300w on die, with 25-30 for aux parts like SSD, video controllers for HDMI, USB controller, etc.  

Thnx Brink GG,

 

For taking interest in my section.

I agree wid your point.👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

I assume tht your approach is quite logical !!!!!

 

U have quite depth knowledge regarding it.

 

Infact Acc to me Microsoft really work hard on making der  console powerful .

whereas  Sony  on their  exclusives.

 

I think thts why Sony exclusives beat Microsoft!!!!!

 

Isn't  it???

 

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