Microsoft introduced its new Xbox series s game console in full detail today. The $299 next-generation console, which will arrive on November 10, is designed to be a more affordable option for 1440p games. Microsoft uses the same CPU as Xbox series , running at 3.6hz.
This has allowed Microsoft to use a different GPU within the Xbox series s to lower prices, which the company has promised to deliver about three times the performance of the Xbox one. Although Microsoft did not elaborate on the specific specifications of the GPU, we learned that Xbox series s has 20 Cu and runs at 1.550ghz. Although the gap is huge, Microsoft's goal is that the Xbox series s works on 1080p or 1440p displays and TVs, which does not require much GPU computing power like 4K games
Microsoft also uses the sampler feedback stream to let Xbox series s load only the texture parts needed to render the scene, which improves memory efficiency and I / O speed.
Microsoft now plans to launch Xbox series X and series s on November 10. The Xbox series X will sell for $499 and the low configuration series s series for $299.