Rumor: Microsoft Upgrading Xbox One Specifications
Rumor has it that Microsoft is upgrading the Xbox One Specifications from what was displayed at E3 2013 in Los Angeles.
Over the weekend, rumors surfaced that the final version of the Xbox One from Microsoft will have different hardware specifications that what was shown at E3 2013. The console will supposedly see an increase in Radeon GPU core clock speed and installed RAM, bumping the number up to 12 GB from its original 8 GB. This latest rumor has been dismissed by sources close to the development of the console, reporting that the models are being blocked by the lowest amount (development kits have 12 GB). “The way the RAM is set in the machine, Microsoft realized that it might be more efficient in its use without sacrificing the amount reserved for the operating system performance. They reacted immediately,” an unnamed source told The Examiner. “Physical RAM is not raised in time for release in November, as it was too late, even during the initial revelation, but the developers are saying, in terms of RAM memory efficiency and performance problems reported, Microsoft has made some progress in it.”
But even if Microsoft decided to put 12 GB of RAM in the console, it would be beneficial for ongoing projects, since developers have been creating games and applications based on the specifications list. However, the increase would help the development of the games in 2014 and beyond “to take into account second screen games.”
Respawn Entertainment may have been the developer to put pressure on the button for more RAM in the Xbox One study supposedly said that 5 GB of GDDR3 RAM set aside for the game was already causing problems in their next blockbuster title Titanfall But cloud computing aspect makes up console.
In terms of increased GPU core clock, the source said it was in direct response to the PlayStation 4. In fact, it was planned long before the console was revealed in May, as the team Xbox One has been “reacting to Sony since the first leaks of both systems.” News bump GPU clock has been revealed only to the first games that turn “actively spread disinformation to third parties just before revealing to prevent leakage.”
“This was to be the future of entertainment,” says the petition. “A new wave of games where you can buy games digitally, then trade, share or sell digital licenses. Essentially, Steam was for Xbox. But consumers were not informed, and fell upon him, and took him for Sony has taken advantage of consumer uncertainty. want this again. It can not be all or nothing, there must be a compromise. “
Whitten admitted that Microsoft has to talk more, so that people understand what the Xbox one is. “What’s really gratifying is that people are excited about the types of features that are possible, and is a kind of shame for us that we have not done as good a job as we can to make people feel like that is where ‘re headed, “he said.
When asked about what the function of sharing the Xbox One team, said that if it is something that people are very excited about and want, then Microsoft will ensure that you find the right path for the copy function. ”We believe very strongly in how to build a great experience on Xbox One for me as an individual, but also for my family,” he said. “Share the family is a great example of how this is done with the content. Believe that we will see each other, both with examples like that and other things, keep pushing on the way to something big.”