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XBOX Series S vs XBOX Series X: after all, what distinguishes them?

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Microsoft has revealed prices XBOX XBOX Series S and Series X. That said, we know that the S range is the cheapest and also the smallest model. In addition, there are also other differences in the interior that justify the price difference of 200 Euros. But what really distinguishes the two consoles?

XBOX Series S vs XBOX Series X: after all, what distinguishes them?

Of course, 200 Euros always has some significance in terms of technical specifications. So, right from the start, the XBOX Series S has an AMD Zen 2 processor that operates at 3.6GHz. What is present in the XBOX Series X works at 3.8GHz.

Xbox Series S Vs Xbox Series X
Xbox Series S Vs Xbox Series X

However, there are also differences with regard to the graphics card. The XBOX Series S runs at 1.565GHz. The XBOX X works at 1.825GHz.

RAM memory is also different. So we have 10GB on the most economical model and 16GB on the most expensive model. In the case of storage, the XBOX Series S has 512GB and the Series X 1TB. In both cases, as is not surprising, they are SSD.

If in the case of expansion, the capacity is totally equal, there are differences in the video output. Thus, the XBOX S supports a resolution of 1440p. In the case of XBOX X it is 4K.

The Specs

Simply put, the Xbox Series S is the budget-priced Xbox, and it has specs that reflect that. You can see the full rundown of specs and other important details about the console below.

Xbox Series S

Xbox Series X

CPU

8-core AMD Zen 2 CPU at 3.6 GHz
3.4 GHz with SMT enabled

8 AMD Zen 2 CPU cores at 3.8 GHz
3.6 GHz with SMT enabled

GPU

AMD RDNA 2 GPU
20 CUs at 1.565 GHz
4 TFLOPS

AMD RDNA 2 GPU
52 CUs at 1.825 GHz
12 TFLOPS

RAM

10 GB of GDDR6 RAM

16GB of GDDR6 SDRAM

Performance Target

1440p at 60 FPS, up to 120 FPS

4K at 60 FPS, up to 120 FPS

Storage

512 GB SSD

1TB SSD

Expandable Storage

1TB Microsoft expansion card slot

1TB Microsoft expansion card slot

Optical Drive

No disc drive

4K UHD Blu-ray

I/O Throughput

2.4GB a second raw, 4.8GB a second compressed

Max Output Resolution

1440p with 4K upscaling

8K

Max Refresh Rate

120Hz

120Hz

Disc Drive

Digital Only

4K UHD Blu-ray

Price

$299 USD

$499 USD

Cloud Gaming

Microsoft Project xCloud

Microsoft Project xCloud

Backwards Compatibility

Yes (Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Yes (Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Dimensions

Smallest Xbox ever

5.94″ wide, 5.94″ deep, 11.85″ high (15.1 cm wide, 15.1 cm deep, 30.1 cm high)

Color

White

Black

Release Date

November 10

November 10

In short, the two consoles differ in processing power, graphics, memory, and storage.

As you can see, the XBOX Series X is significantly more powerful. The processor is much faster, has triple the graphics power and more 6GB of memory. In addition, it has twice the storage capacity. Likewise, on XBOX X you have the option of using physical disks. All in all, it is worth the 200 Euros you pay.

On the other hand, the XBOX Series S is also an excellent choice. This is because you can run exactly the same games as XBOX X, but for less 200 Euros. It is perhaps the best option for those who do not yet have a 4K TV.

Xbox
Xbox

The two new Microsoft consoles will be on pre-order from 22 September and will officially hit the market on 10 November.

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