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Games built with the Xbox Series X development kit showcase significantly reduced load times and stunning visuals at up to 120 FPS.
From future adventures, to current obsessions, to classic titles, thousands of favourites across four generations of Xbox look and play Xbox Series X.
The 12 teraflops of processing power housed in the system on a chip (SOC) work with AMD’s Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures to result and demand a closer look.
Equipped with AMD’s Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures, DirectX ray tracing delivers true-to-life lighting, shadows and accurate reflections to create dynamic, living.
3D Spatial Audio is the next evolution in audio technology, using advanced algorithms to create immersive lifelike worlds that put you at the centre of your experience.
The Xbox Series X delivers sensationally smooth frame rates of up to 120FPS with the visual pop of HDR. Immerse yourself with sharper characters, bright worlds and impossible details with true-to-life 4K.
Sip quick. Games load significantly fast with the custom SSD in the Xbox Series X. Change the game. With Quick Resume, you can seamlessly switch between multiple different titles and resume instantly from where you left off.
The Xbox Wireless Controller brings elegant design, refined comfort and instant sharing to a familiar favourite.
Textured triggers and bumpers hold tight to keep you from slipping.
Show off. Tap the share button to eternalise your conquest.
Updated in every direction. The hybrid D-pad lets you crush combos without crossing fingers.
The sleek monolithic design of Xbox Series X is the result of combining hardware and software innovations with intentional engineering to achieve the zenith of speed and performance.
The Xbox Parallel Cooling Architecture is built with three air flow channels that evenly distribute the temperatures generated by the advanced internal components, keeping the console cool and quiet.
A split motherboard keeps the console’s internals evenly temperature controlled allowing for an even high output of power.
A heat-sink chassis is a different, non-electronic component that merges parallel cooling with design to increase the reliability of performance.
The vapour chamber in the Xbox Series X enables an even spread of temperatures within the core.
A vertical airflow system keeps the console running smoothly and cooling quietly.
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