Next Xbox Leaked In These Images!

Posted: Apr 14 2017, 8:54am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Next Xbox Leaked in these Images!

Possible CPU and GPU hardware of Project Scorpio Dev Kit leaked

Microsoft gave a huge blow to the gaming community with the announcement of Project Scorpio and its super-powerful hardware information. Gamasutra further took the initiative of enlightening the public and somehow was able to get their hands on a more detailed spec-sheet with information of Project Scorpio Dev Kit.

First look at the dev-kit photos produce the impression that Project Scorpio is basically a more powerful Xbox One S. This device isn’t much of a presentation material either, the photo shows a normal box which seems to have a few USB ports, bunch of buttons, space for inserting DVD and the Xbox logo on the top right corner.

Could be that the device is a beast from inside while it looks harmless from outside. If you focus on the design as a developer, it would be hard to catch that the device is exactly what you would need and nothing more, in terms of design. There are a few added features too, which also seem to be aimed for developers’ help.

Apart from the insides being ramped up, the OLED panel sitting on the front of the Dev Kit looks like a big introduction. Of course, the panel is designed to help developers keep track of backend information so they can ensure that their game is behaving the way they want it to behave. The performance specifications will also be going through the roof once the hardware inside the Dev Kit fires up.

Seems like the development kit has a more powerful set of hardware components in comparison with the retail model. 24 Gb of RAM (double compared to retail), SSD drive compared to HDD in retail unit, 4 CUs and 6 TFLOPS more than the ones in retail unit. All these additions in performance stack up to provide a superb development platform, especially when you are allowed to switch your kit between multiple modes. (Xbox One, Xbox One S, Project Scorpio)

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