X-Box Upgrades Graphics Of “Xbox One”

Jon Phenomenon

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Microsoft is increasing the graphics performance of its Xbox One console ahead of its release in November. In a Major Nelson podcast published on Friday, Xbox Live VP Marc Whitten outlines the changes the company has made to its upcoming console since its unveiling in May. An internal beta of the system is currently underway, and developers have the final dev kits to build games for Xbox One. The biggest news of the day, however, is that Microsoft is increasing the Xbox One’s GPU clock speed from 800MHz to 853MHz.
The clock speed change had been previously rumored, and the confirmation shows Microsoft is trying to edge closer to the performance of Sony’s PlayStation 4 console. Although both will run AMD’s Jaguar processor, expected to be clocked similarly, Sony’s system has opted for more raw graphics power. Microsoft’s change appears to be a reaction to that, allowing the company…

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