Xbox 720 To Be Equipped With A 16 Core CPU Boosting Power?
Few days ago we have published a post on Sony’s PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft’s next generation Xbox portable gaming consoles which are ready to compete with each other. Rumors are more interesting when talking about the most popular company’s like Microsoft and Sony, where one is a Redmond software giant and the other is gadgets famous such as Camera, smartphones, music players and so on. Its not stopped the rumor mills providing theories on what the new gaming console from Microsoft will include.
Today Xbox World have reported that Durango developer kits were sent out last month by Microsoft, and even though they don’t resemble the finished product in design and appearance. The inner workings of the developer kits is still representative of the next generation Xbox 720 console.
The new Xbox gaming console was codenamed Durango, which has reported to now contain an AMD’s Radeon 7000-series in terms of graphics, along with a 16-Core IBM power PC Processor. Back in November, AMD launched its world’s first 16 core CPU for the business market, so now could the new and next-gen Xbox to require such a boosting processor?
“It’s a ridiculous amount of power for a games machine – too much power, even,”-”But remember, Kinect 2 could chew up four whole cores tracking multiple players right down to their fingertips, so it’ll need a lot of power.”
Despite Microsoft and Sony both denying they’ll show next-gen tech at E3 in June, XBW’s sources claim many developers are working towards an LA debut for their next-generation software, “whether Microsoft and Sony are ready or not”.
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