Xbox Series X won't have an optical audio port, Microsoft confirms

Xbox Series X won't have an optical audio port, Microsoft confirms

Xbox Series X won't have an optical audio port, Microsoft confirms

While Sony's shared some details about its next-gen device, it's stopped short of revealing any software for the PlayStation 5 thus far. According to Mark Cerny, the lead hardware of the playstation, perhaps the most important of PS5 internal memory of the console is a sloid-state drive.

The Xbox Series X is indeed a gaming powerhouse like no other.

The Xbox Series X has a better advantage to Sony in terms of GPU speeds at 12 TFLOPs, 52 CUs at 1.825GHz, compared to the PS5's 10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2. If you are presently utilizing straight audio outcome from an existing console to an audio speaker system, without any receiver or a contemporary TELEVISION in-between, you will certainly have to re-think and also re-work some points for the SeriesX As per the main reaction: "Xbox Series X will certainly consist of ports for Networking (Ethernet), HDMI out, Seagate Storage Expansion Card and also 3 USB 3.1 ports". The Xbox Series X runs at a constant frequency and has no such power budgeting.

Both the consoles are powered by eight AMD based Zen 2 Cores but vary in clock speed. The Xbox Series X is equipped with a custom 1TB NVME SSD, but its raw throughput is 2.4GB/s which is less than half of the PS5. This is important at it will determine how fast worlds will be able to render or load around the player and drastically reduce overall load times.

The news arrives from Microsoft via WindowsCentral, confirming that the port, which now exists on both the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, will be one of the few (alongside the HDMI IN port) to be cut from their next-gen successor. Now, while we still don't know what the PS5 will look like physically, we do know that it will come with an advanced 3D audio experience.

We pretty much knew this might be the case, but to see it confirmed in black and white is very exciting. The Xbox Series X promises "four generations of content, better than you've ever seen them before". "Plus all Xbox One games".

When we reached out to confirm the console's release date, a Microsoft spokesperson said, "An Xbox product page in some regions inaccurately listed the launch date for Xbox Series X as Thanksgiving 2020".

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