The source who leaked the Xbox Series X specs ahead of its announcement says that Microsoft is working on an upgraded chip for the next-gen console.
Microsoft is a company that is constantly evolving. The people of Redmond always seek technological perfection, and their pulse does not tremble when it comes to improving their systems and consoles of video games.
We’ve seen it with Xbox 360 and also Xbox One in the past. Although Xbox Series X is already quite a technical monster, a close source reveals that could get a review in the coming months.
We are not talking about a new console, not even a different model. brad samsa journalist who once leaked the first details of Series X, affirms that Microsoft is working on a smaller, more efficient chip for your console.
This is what Sam says on his YouTube channel. When asked by a subscriber about a new Xbox model, he states that Microsoft is working on new, more efficient chips and that ensure better cooling.
”I know that Microsoft was working on revisions to the chip. Of course, let’s point out one thing… Microsoft is always working on hardware revisions”.
This new chip would make Xbox Series X improve your cooling, since its dimensions would be smaller. Besides, TSMC’s 6nm process It would be much more effective than the current one.
About to turn 18 months since its launch, those from Redmond want to improve the performance (albeit gently) of Xbox Series X, although do not expect a big change at the level of user experience.
Do you remember Xbox 360 E? Brad Sams cites this example to explain this Series X review. The new console chip it would be smaller and more efficient than the previous onewhile reducing the production costs of the system.
”I think it’s true that Microsoft is working on a smaller, more efficient chip in energy consumption. I mean, I’m very confident in that.”.
According to Brad Sams, this Series X revision won’t hit the market for another year or two. At the moment, it seems that this new chip would not reach Series S, although with Microsoft you never know. What surprises will this summer bring us? We’ll find out soon…