Microsoft has today announced that the launch version of their new next generation Xbox One has just received a processor power boost and the Xbox One’s CPU will now clock in at 1.75GHz up from the original 1.6GHz speed announced when the Xbox One was unveiled.
The Xbox One CPU boost follows on from the increase in graphics power also announced last month which will see changes to the Xbox One graphics setup increasing its performance.
Major Nelson explained a little more about the graphics boost within the Xbox One which has seen the clockspeed on the graphics processor boosted from 800MHz to 853MHz.
“You start with the base DX driver and you take out all parts that don’t look like Xbox One and you add in everything that really, really optimizes that experience. Almost all of our content partners have picked it up now.”
Todays Xbox One CPU boost was announced by Xbox chief marketing officer Yusef Mehdi, who also said that the Xbox One is on track for a November 2013 launch. Although a specific day has not been announced as yet.
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