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Direct me if I’m blind but I can’t see any easily accessible comparison.

 

what I’m asking for is if people know just state what it’s equal to.

 

e.g you could say

gtx 1060 = Xbox one

gtx 1070 = Xbox one s

gtx 1080ti = Xbox one x

 

or you could say

xbox one better than gtx1060, but not as good as 1070.

 

Please also try to state your evidence if possible.

 

idk just something along the lines. Am just curious as I am switching from console to pc gaming and wondering if I will notice a difference.

 

i look forward to your replies.

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the games are optimized differently from pc so there isn't  a direct CONSISTENT comparison

meaning one machine with a 1060 could do better than an xbox while another does worse. Not that any of this matters because most consoles are relatively low end compared to current computer hardware trends. thats why they are designed to be the way they are just essentially a cheap computer in a box that plays games.

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The S variant is the same console as the original xbox one, just downsized.

 

The xbox one X has a gpu around equivalent of an RX 580 I believe with more(?) vram.

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Xbox one x is about an rx 580 which is an equivalent of a gtx 1060. The rx 580 has 36 compute units but clocked higher whole the Xbox one x has 40 compute units clocked lower so they end up being about the same since they are on the essentially the same architecture. 

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The Xbox One X is equal to an rx 580. And an rx 580 is the same lr ever so slightly faster than a 1060 6GB while being cheaper than it

 

Yes you will notice a difference. 

 

Consoles rarely if ever run max setting to hit a certain resolution. 

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1 minute ago, GoldenLag said:

The Xbox One X is equal to an rx 580. And an rx 580 is the same lr ever so slightly faster than a 1060 6GB while being cheaper than it

 

Yes you will notice a difference. 

 

Consoles rarely if ever run max setting to hit a certain resolution. 

they are also heavily constrained by the cpu so you wont be able to experience high refreshrate gaming on a console even on less demanding games. 

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5 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

they are also heavily constrained by the cpu so you wont be able to experience high refreshrate gaming on a console even on less demanding games. 

Even if they could push more than 60fps, you don't get a choice in the matter - the developer locks the settings in and that's what you get.

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Really? I always thought Xbox one x was gonna be like gtx 1080 league or something.

 

why is it when I watch videos of gameplay online it seems worse on pc? I’ll be getting my pc at Christmas so I’ll find out for myself then, but just curious from my viewpoint right now.

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1 minute ago, Sauron said:

Even if they could push more than 60fps, you don't get a choice in the matter - the developer locks the settings in and that's what you get.

If they were capable of it I think they would create a setting for it but that just isn't the case. 

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2 minutes ago, The Torrent said:

Really? I always thought Xbox one x was gonna be like gtx 1080 league or something.

 

why is it when I watch videos of gameplay online it seems worse on pc? I’ll be getting my pc at Christmas so I’ll find out for myself then, but just curious from my viewpoint right now.

Watching videos online doesn't give you a representation of what it is like playing it. 

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2 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Watching videos online doesn't give you a representation of what it is like playing it. 

Graphics quality wise though the consoles always seem better. Or is it just me.

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13 minutes ago, The Torrent said:

Graphics quality wise though the consoles always seem better. Or is it just me.

Having both I can 100% say that is wrong. When I moved to pc the difference was stark and that was with an entry level pc. When you get to mid range and high end you start to really notice the difference. Also high refreshrate gaming is entirely diffrent story. When I went from 60 fps gaming to 90+ on a high refresh rate display I was astonished by just how much it made a difference. 

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1 hour ago, Brooksie359 said:

If they were capable of it I think they would create a setting for it but that just isn't the case. 

They wouldn't, as demonstrated by games that run at 30 fps and don't have a 60fps setting.

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-Apple iPad Pro - [5/10]

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Another hold back on console for refresh rates and developers locking the fps marks is cooling. Console developers are required to test the heck out of their software to ensure they their settings can never cause a console to over exert is cooling systems under any conditions and cause hardware damage to the console.

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Wow it’s a new world in pc gaming then. I remember over a year ago putting forza motorsport in and going look at those graphics, I guess it was nothing.

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9 hours ago, The Torrent said:

why is it when I watch videos of gameplay online it seems worse on pc? I’ll be getting my pc at Christmas so I’ll find out for myself then, but just curious from my viewpoint right now.

Are you comparing your Xbox running the game to a gameplay online? Videos on youtube etc. never look as good as running the game on your PC or console.

 

On most games Xbox One X graphics settings are equal to PC's low to mid settings.

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This! You can see, where are the gaming console GPU equivalent to the gaming PC.

XBox One X is equivalent to GTX 1060 3Gb and R9 390X, acording to this site..

http://www.logicalincrements.com/articles/graphicscardcomparison

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