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Xbox One X Console – Is there a big difference between the S and the X? If so, what is the difference?

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    Question: Xbox One X Console – Is there a big difference between the S and the X? If so, what is the difference?

    Most of it is related to the graphics processor that supports 4K. Pretty amazing gaming if you have a 4K tv. Also it’s faster overall with the CPU improvement.


    One key difference is that Xbox One X is capable of rendering and displaying games in full 4K resolution. Other benefits include faster load times, improved framerates, enhanced lighting, and more!
    A full comparison can be found at: http://www.xbox.com/xbox-one


    There’s a big difference. Graphically yes. As long as you have a 4K quality tv. They both do 4K for for videos like YouTube, Netflix, Hulu and the blue ray, but the X is the one that gives you 4K gaming as well.


    The X is newer and therefore ‘better’, although that may depend on how you intend to use it. If you do not have a 4K tv with HDR you’ll be missing out on the system’s best feature. That being said, the X looks nice even on 1080p or 1440p screens due to a process called super-sampling. Plainly put, the X can render games in a higher resolution before down-scaling the image to a lower resolution. The X also has more system memory (RAM), and games generally run better on it than the S or the 2013 Xbox One models.


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