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XBox One X (Scorpio) Discussion - Release Date 11/7 - $499

05 April 2017 - 05:56 PM

NOTE - can't preorder at this time as the console has not been FCC approved. Once approval is obtained preorders should go up.



Look at the box / interview:



Release info:

  • $499
  • 11/7/17 release
  • Crackdown 3 released same day

Other info:


  • Eight custom x86 cores clocked at 2.3GHz

  • 40 customised compute units at 1172MHz

  • 12GB GDDR5 RAM

  • 326GB/s bandwidth

  • Supports FreeSync and HDMI 2.1 variable refresh rate

  • 1TB hard drive

  • 4K Blu-Ray Drive

  • Internal power supply (meaning no power brick)

Relevant videos from the 4/6/17 reveal:


Specs revealed:


Ways Scorpio will make older games better:


Is Scorpio more powerful than PS4 Pro? (answer: yes)





Questions about the reveal answered in a way that we can more easily understand (READ THIS!!)




Opinion (backed up with facts) piece written by the guy in the above videos:






*Name is "XBox One X" - CONFIRMED


*The box itself will actually be SMALLER than the XBox One S - CONFIRMED


*Hard drive will not be an SSD - however, the increased amount of RAM in the system should allow loading times to be MUCH faster - see the videos above.




I know some people were disappointed that it's based on the Jaguar chip but - those people are dumb. It's not a stock Jaguar chip by any means, it blows away anything else you can get on a console, and this *should* hopefully allow them to keep the price of the box reasonable.

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18 December 2016 - 11:34 PM


Uno - 8/16 - "Reverse" course and "Skip" this new release!

15 August 2016 - 05:55 PM

EDIT - Hey, remember when I said in my original post I was worried Ubisoft would find a way to Fuck up Uno? I was right! And I didn't even have to wait for it to come out for me to find out how. Apparently video chat AND VOICE CHAT only works with friends. So, forget this game. Nothing to see here. If I wanted to play Uno with no video, the 360 version still works fine. I doubt many people still have their Vision cams hooked up.


In addition, plenty of bugs and gameplay that is noticaebly slower than the 360 Uno are some nice shit to go on top of your other shit.



Dicks IN for Uno.