Earlier this year, an AMD leak suggested that Xbox Series X will have a target of 12 TFLOPS of computer power. Today, Microsoft made an announcement, in line with the leaks, and confirmed the console will indeed have 12 TFLOPS of computing power. In comparison, the same leak suggested that PS5 will have 9.2 TFLOPS of computing power.
In a recent blog post, Microsoft revealed some of the techincal details of the console. The latest Xbox console will have a GPU based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture. Also, the post claims that the CPU is based on Zen 2. Developers claim that it will be 8 times more powerful than the original Xbox One, and twice as powerful as the Xbox One X. Therefore, we can clearly say that we are looking at a powerful device.
Also, the blog post confirms s both Variable Rate Shading (VRS) and hardware-accelerated DirectX ray tracing. Both of the technological features were said to be supported at launch, now we have the official confirmation. In addition, Xbox Series X will let you put multiple games on hold at any time and resume whichever you like. We will update you when Microsoft shares more details of the Xbox Series X.