Xbox Scarlett 4 times the power of Xbox One X: SSD, Ray-tracing, GDDR6, more

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Microsoft has finally announced Xbox Scarlett at E3 2019: the most powerful console ever made… again.

Teased within an all-new trailer, Scarlett is created by the exact same team behind the already impressive Xbox One X.

Partnered with AMD, Scarlett uses a state-of-the-art SoC created from the ground up for the console. Based on Zen 2/Navi architecture, this upcoming console will be 4 times more powerful than the current Xbox One X.

With GDDR6 memory, the console will support 120fps, variable refresh rate, real-time ray-tracing, next-gen SSD technology and more. The upcoming console will even be able to use the built-in SSD as virtual RAM.

As many had already guessed, Scarlett will launch with the next instalment in the iconic Xbox series: Halo Infinite. Shown running on Scarlett, this upcoming shooter truly looks to be an impressive hardware showcase.

Does Sony’s PS5 have something to worry about?

Xbox Scarlett will release next holiday alongside Halo Infinite

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