Microsoft’s Xbox One X full tech specs

Microsoft’s Project Scorpio has been revealed as Xbox One X, and it’s the newest, most powerful, member of the Xbox family packing some impressive hardware specs to deliver true 4K gaming and 4K UHD Blu-ray playback, HDR, wide color gamut, and premium Dolby Atmos sound.

During E3 2017, Microsoft officially introduced its new game console, which won’t replace the current Xbox One S or original Xbox One, instead, it’s just another, more capable version.

If you’re still wondering, below you can see the specs for Xbox One X, which it’s also compared against the specs of the Xbox One S and the original Xbox One.

You’ll notice that the major difference comes in the processor, graphic card, and memory. Of course, with such hardware, it’s also needed a bigger power supply, but it doesn’t necessarily mean a bigger console. In fact, Xbox One X is the smallest Xbox ever.

Similar to the Xbox One S, you won’t find a Kinect port, but you can use a USB adapter, and the power supply is built inside, it’s not external. You won’t find USB Type-C either on Xbox One X.

Xbox One X vs. Xbox One S vs. Xbox One specs

Here are the technical hardware specs for Xbox One X, which are also compared against the Xbox One S and Xbox One.

Specs Xbox One X Xbox One S Xbox One
Dimensions 11.8 x 9.4 x 2.4-in 11.6 x 9.1 x 2.5-in 13.5 x 10.4 x 3.14-in
Weight 8.4 pounds 6.4 pounds 7.8 pounds
Graphics Custom AMD integrated GPU @ 1172GHz, 40 CUs, Polaris features, 6.0 TFLOPs Custom AMD Radeon integrated GPU @ 914MHz, 12 CUs, 1.4 TFLOPS Custom AMD GPU @ 853MHz, 12 CUs, 1.3 TFLOPS
Processor Custom AMD Jaguar CPU @ 2.3GHz with 8 cores Custom AMD Jaguar CPU @ 1.75GHz with 8 cores Custom AMD Jaguar CPU @ 1.75GHz with 8 cores
Memory 12GB GDDR5 @ 326GB/s 8GB GDDR3 @ 68 GB/s 32MB ESRAM @ 218GB/s 8GB DDR3 @ 68GB/s, 32 MB ESRAM @ 20GB/s
Flash 8 GB 8 GB 8 GB
Storage 1TB HDD 500GB, 1TB, 2TB HDD 500GB, 1TB HDD
Disc Drive 4K UHD Blu-ray 4K UHD Blu-ray Blu-ray
Power Supply 245W, internal 120W, internal 220W, external
HDMI resolution and framerate 2160p @ 60Hz AMD FreeSync HDMI Variable Refresh Rate (when ratified) 2160p @ 60Hz 1080p @ 60Hz
HDR10 Support Yes Yes No
Content Protection HDCP 2.2 HDCP 2.2 HDCP 1.4
Video Codecs HEVC/H.265, VP9, AVC/H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2, VC1/WMv9 HEVC/H.265, VP9, AVC/H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2, VC1/WMv9 AVC/H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2, VC1/WMv9
HDMI audio, encoded Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0, 5.1 & 7.1, Dolby TrueHD w/Atmos (from games) Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0, 5.1 & 7.1, Dolby TrueHD w/Atmos (from games) Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0, 5.1 & 7.1, Dolby TrueHD w/Atmos (from games)
HDMI audio, passthru Dolby TrueHD (opt. Atmos) DD+ (opt. Atmos), DTS-HR/MA (opt. DTS-x) Dolby TrueHD (opt. Atmos) DD+ (opt. Atmos), DTS-HR/MA (opt. DTS-x) Dolby TrueHD (opt. Atmos), DD+ (opt. Atmos) DTS-HR/MA (opt. DTS-X)
S/PDIF audio, encoded Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0 Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0 Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0
Codecs decoded AAC, MP3, MPEG1, WMV AAC, MP3, MPEG1, WMV AAC, MP3, MPEG1, WMV
Wireless IEEE 802.11ac dual-band (5GHz & 2.4GHz), 2x2 wireless Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi Direct for home networks IEEE 802.11ac dual-band (5GHz & 2.4GHz), 2x2 wireless Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi Direct for home networks Dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz spectrums, compatible with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n networks
Ethernet IEEE 802.3 10/100/100 IEEE 802.3 10/100/100 IEEE 802.3 10/100/100
Accessories Radio Dedicated dual-band Xbox Wireless radio Dedicated dual-band Xbox Wireless radio Dedicated dual-band Xbox Wireless radio
USB Port 3x USB 3.0 3x USB 3.0 3x USB 3.0
HDMI Out 2.0b 2.0a 1.4b
HDMI In 1.4b 1.4b 1.4b
S/PDIF Yes Yes Yes
IR Receiver/IR Blaster Yes Yes Yes
IR Blaster Yes Yes No
Kinect Port External USB Adapter External USB Adapter Yes
Xbox One X Console Explode Dark Gray

All your existing Xbox One accessories will work on with the “One X”, along with all your Xbox One games and Xbox 360 games through backward compatibility. Microsoft is even bringing original Xbox games compatibility. The company also says that using “supersampling” your Xbox One X games will look great on 1080p resolutions if you don’t have a 4K TV, and games your Xbox One and Xbox 360 will look even better and load times will be faster.

Xbox One X will be available worldwide on November 7, and it’ll cost $500 in the United States, while in the UK, it’ll go for 450 Pounds, and $600 in Canada.

Preorders will be available soon at the Microsoft Store, Amazon, and other retailers.