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AMD clarifies: Xbox Series X 3D rendering model appearing at CES is not accurate

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Because of the AMD conference, the Xbox Series X unexpectedly made headlines.
AMD clarifies: Xbox Series X 3D rendering model appearing at CES is not accurate

At the meeting, AMD showed a 360-degree rendering of the Xbox Series X, and for the first time revealed the interface of the machine. There is only one USB-A interface on the front, and two HDMI, two USB-C, network ports and SPDIF digital optical interfaces on the back.

AMD clarifies: Xbox Series X 3D rendering model appearing at CES is not accurate
The picture shows the screenshot of AMD conference
Unexpectedly, when the media rushed to forward the report, AMD responded urgently, saying that AMD was an Xbox Series X modelling material obtained from 3D material host TurboSquid. It did not accurately reveal the true design and characteristics of XSX. Apologies for misleading.

However, it is interesting to note that at the same time as the AMD conference, Phil Spencer, the person in charge of Xbox, replaced the avatar with a processor chip of the XSX host, with the words 8K and Project Scarlett printed on it, which looks better than the Xbox One X. The APU is bigger, at least 11%.

AMD clarifies: Xbox Series X 3D rendering model appearing at CES is not accurate

In addition, Xbox Senior Hardware Director David Prien also changed his Twitter name to David "8K" Prien. He even exposed a neatly-coded shelf with 7 processors and teased that Spencer's head was the tray. The missing one.

It is rumoured that the graphics performance of the XSX is as high as 12TFLOPS, which is comparable to that of the RTX 2080 Ti.

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