Xbox One X

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The Xbox One X, code named Project Scorpio, is the fifth video game console made by Microsoft, succeeding both the Xbox One and Xbox One S. It was announced at E3 on June 11th 2017.[1] It was released on November 7th 2017. The Xbox One X was made with better hardware for 4k resolution screens. This console has 6 Teraflops of graphical processing power, making it the most powerful console to date. It also has 12 gigabytes of GDDR5 RAM, with 9 being available to games and the other 3 for multitasking. This new upgrade in RAM allows for data transfer speeds of up to 326GB/second. Xbox One X works with all Xbox One software and accessories and has the same 2 USB 3.0 ports on the back and 1 USB 3.0 port on the front, now moved to the right side.

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  1. Tuttle, Will; Chief, Xbox Wire Editor in (11 June 2017). "The Xbox E3 2017 Briefing: Everything You Need to Know". Xbox Wire.

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