Xbox mini console can get more gaming performance with update
Microsoft is releasing more RAM on Xbox Series S via a developer kit update. By allowing games to access more memory on a weaker Xbox console, the overall graphics performance of games should improve.
In fact, the Xbox Series S, a cheaper and slightly weaker sister to the Xbox Series X, is supposed to achieve up to 120 frames per second at a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. In reality, however, the console runs many games Only 60 frames per second in Full HD, i.e. 1920 x 1080 pixels. In the future, games on the S series. Get more graphics performance.
“Hundreds of additional megabytes of storage Now available to Xbox Series S developers,” says a video announcement for Microsoft’s new Game Development Kit (GDK). While the big Xbox Series X has 16GB of RAM, the S Series only comes with 10GB. After discounting RAM required for system services, only 8 GB was available to game developers.
Just last week become knownthat Microsoft Start times The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S both want to cut back significantly with new boot animations. After the update, it should only take 15 seconds instead of 20 seconds of turning on the console to get to the home screen.
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