Microsoft’s Project Scorpio is what everyone is waiting for a long time. Project Scorpio is called “The most powerful Console ever built” by Micorosoft. . Digital Foundry was invited to Microsoft’s Redmond campus for an exclusive preview of the Project Scorpio. Digital foundry tweeted that they will have exclusive Project Scorpio reveal on Eurogamer. Today they have revealed the complete specs of Project Scorpio.
Project Scorpio Specs.
We already know that the Project Scorpio will have 6 TeraFLOPs computing power. It was rumored that Microsoft will use the new AMD Ryzen CPU which has been proved false by Digital Foundry. According to Digital Foundry the company is using a custom Jaguar based processor.
- CPU: Eight custom x86 cores clocked at 2.3GHz with 4mb L2 cache
- GPU: 40 customized compute units at 1,172MHz
- Memory: 12GB GGDR5 at 6.8GHz
- Memory bandwidth: 326GBps
- Hard drive: 1TB (2.5-inch)
- Optical drive: 4K UHD Blu-ray
Digital Foundry said that they were surprised to see Project Scorpio run Forza Motorsport demo at true 4k and 60 Frames Per Second.
These specs assure us that the Project Scorpio will surpass its rival PS4 pro. The Scorpio will support all the games of Xbox One. More and more games are being added in the Xbox One’s backward compatibility. A famous Ubisoft title Far Cry 3 has recently been added to the backward compatibility lineup. It will support the controllers and other accessories that you may already own for your Xbox One. The Project Scorpio is fully loaded with the specs that will allow it to play games at native 4k resolution.
The console is set to be launched this Holiday. The Xbox Boss Phil Spencer said that he is “unsure if Microsoft will showoff Project Scorpio before E3 which is to be held in June”. No prices have yet been revealed officially but according to Eurogamer and Digital Foundry the price should be around $499.
We are really waiting for the launch of Project Scorpio. Everyone is pumped up to see what Microsoft will be revealing this E3 and will it really be the most powerful console ever built? Well we will keep providing you all information. Keep visiting TheTechsLab to keep yourself up to date.