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Photos show front and back of Xbox Series X.



Photos show front and back of Xbox Series X.


Two years ago, the usually well-informed website Thurrott already published an article about the ports on the back of the Xbox Series X, but now you can see them with your own eyes. A Twitter user has published two photos showing the front and back of the Xbox Series X. These photos are authentic according to multiple sources and show two USB A ports, a single HDMI port, an optical audio port. ethernet and a connection for the power cable.

Xbox Series X

The holes on the back are used to discharge the warm air. The rectangular slot is said to be used for diagnostic tasks and it is therefore likely that this model comes from a developer. On the front we see a slot for Blu-ray discs, an Xbox logo and a USB connection.

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Remarkably, the Xbox Series X serial number is still legible. This will presumably allow Microsoft to easily find out to whom this console was supplied. Incidentally, the design of the console was already presented at The Game Awards in December 2019.

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The Xbox Series X design allows the system to be placed both horizontally and vertically. Under the hood is an AMD Zen 2 CPU with eight cores and the GPU is based on AMD’s Radeon RDNA architecture. According to Xbox CEO Phil Spencer, the system is no less than four times as fast as the Xbox One X (6.5 tflops) and at the same time quiet and efficient. Exact specifications of the hardware have not yet been released by Microsoft.

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Last year, Microsoft announced that Xbox Series X will be equipped with an SSD, which should keep loading times to a minimum. Xbox Series X also supports 8K gaming, frame rates up to 120 fps in games, ray tracing, and support for variable refresh rates.