Xbox Series X CPU Unveiled For The First Time Ever!
Xbox coming in strong this year, as Microsoft plans to launch its next-generation console which is officially called Xbox Series X–during the holiday season with its rivals Sony’s PlayStation 5. Now, for the first time, Microsoft has revealed the CPU for the Next-gen Xbox console, Xbox Series X.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer revealed the image on Twitter, which comes with a copper color. As WindowCentral reports, the core component of the chip is much bigger than that of the Xbox One X. It may generate more heat, which may be the reason why the Xbox Series X has been purposefully designed to stay cool and not burn out.
Spencer shot down rumors that he’s attending CES 2020, saying he’s staying back at Microsoft HQ in Redmond, Washington. Some people thought that there would be Xbox Series X news at the AMD CES 2020 keynote, and it did make a short appearance where we obviously got a quick look at the back of the system. However, AMD has since explained the Xbox Series X image was fake and took the photo from a website, instead of being an official photo from Microsoft.
The Xbox Series X will hit the markets in Holiday 2020. The Xbox Series X will come with an all-new controller that features a “Share” button, which PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller has had since 2013.