Project Scorpio is called the Xbox One X, and has a whole lot of details revealed | PCGamesN

Project Scorpio is called the Xbox One X, and has a whole lot of details revealed

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At the Microsoft E3 2017 press conference, Project Scorpio has been given its full, official name, and a release date. On November 7, the Xbox One X will be released to the world.

So, the Xbox One X has a good processor, but what's the best PC CPU for gaming?

There are also specifications for those of you who're looking for that: a 6 teraflop GPU, 12GB DDR5 memory, and it promises 4K output, with compatibility with 4K UHD blu-ray.

All Xbox One accessories will be compatible with the Xbox One X, with your game library carrying over to the Xbox One X, along with "enhanced visuals."

There's a whole lot more tech to go into, so let's quickly break it all down...

Using something called supersampling, the 4K output of the Xbox One X will also improve how things look on 1080p screens - you don't need to have a 4K TV to see some of the benefits 4K offers.

The processor is advertised as being the fastest-ever console processor, beating out the PS4 Pro and, well, everything else that's made to plug into your TV.

It's also the smallest Xbox console ever, despite having a feature called a "liquid cooled vapour chamber." We get it, Xbox: you vape.

Geoff Keighley was also right: it's $499. He's got to be a pretty happy bunny right now.

When there's more details on the exact specifications of the Xbox One X, we'll update you all on it.

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