Select games are rendered in true 4K UHD. Has a built in 4K Blu ray player. More powerful CPU and GPU means better graphics,faster loading times and all around better game play experience compared to the competition.
4K is the name of the game, and this machine does a sterling job of serving up games at the fabled 3840 x 2160-pixel resolution.
Thankfully here we’re happy to report that the Xbox One X performs exactly as advertised: Games look great across the board. Whether you’re using a 1080p TV with the Xbox One X or playing in 4K HDR, games look fantastic on the next-gen console.
The graphical performance of the Xbox One X is around the six teraflop mark, which means it has a little less raw power than an Nvidia GTX 1070 desktop graphics card, or a little more than an AMD RX 480. That means the Xbox One X has more than 4.5 times the graphical performance of the original Xbox One.
The performance is phenomenal. We've used the 4K-enabled PS4 Pro since it was released at the back-end of 2016 and it simply cannot compare to what the Xbox One X offers, especially with graphically demanding games.
It is the only console on the market that consistently presents games in native 4K HDR and, considering the rapid growth of Ultra HD TV adoption, its potential user base has never been higher.
The Xbox One X is a powerful step-up console that supports 4K, HDR and offers improved visuals and framerates for certain games.
There were no setup issues or compatibility problems with getting the X to display at 4K and with HDR enabled either, with the system very much plug and play in that regard just like the S that preceded it. We were automatically prompted to enable a 4K resolution and HDR can be turned on and off simply in the options menu of the console.
On the inside of the Xbox One X is where things get really exciting. The impressive AMD Polaris GPU with 6 teraflops of computing power gives you additional power for playing your favorite 4K titles.
The real promise of the Xbox One X is “true 4K” gaming. Most games made for the Xbox One are designed for 1080p TVs, which have a quarter of the pixels found on a new 4K TV. The Xbox One X is more than four times faster than the original Xbox One, so it’s capable of 4K gaming.
Xbox One X does a great job acting as a media player, with access to most of the major movie and TV streaming services.
Like the One S before it, the One X is now the most appealing console for home theater enthusiasts thanks to its ultra-HD Blu-ray drive and Dolby Atmos audio support. That ability to play 4K movies off of physical media is something the competing PS4 Pro strangely doesn’t offer.
Improved HDD speeds for faster loading times