Project Scorpio Is Getting A Full Polish For E3 And It Is Epic

I have to admit, I’m actually kind of excited for this.

I might actually try and tune into the stream to see what Microsoft has to say about this thing┬ábecause from what they’ve said so far, I like it.

Not that they’ve said that much, other than “it will be the best┬áthing you’ve ever seen” which Microsoft tends to say a lot when they’re talking about one of their products, good or really stupid. But hey, I have some confidence, I mean Microsoft isn’t all bad. Between Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10, the initial Xbox 360, and the Xbox One announcement I can see why you would think so. But things eventually work out maybe partially in a way if you squint at it. Screw it, I still have confidence.

What they’ve said about Scorpio sounds great. They’re adding an 8 core CPU, 12 GB of DDR5 Memory, and a 6 Teraflop GPU which has decent enough specs to challenge the 1060 I have sitting in my tower right now, all being put in what is basically an Xbox One. If that isn’t powerful, I don’t know what is.

Watch a detailed interview from the first person outside of Microsoft to see Project Scorpio in action, next…

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11 COMMENTS

  1. since the specs are a bit underwhelming it needs to be a very very very good price. Ill get one for a 4k BR player with the odd “console game” but i cant justify spending 500+ on a system that is a potatoe compared to my PC

  2. hsas it got sata 3, and running a hybrid drive , as specs say 1tb so i highly doubt its got an ssd, but if there is sata 3 i can atleast swap out the hhdd for ssd, as appose to running off usb 3.0 which is embarrassing if an external drive is beating internal on speed like witht he current xbone

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