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Xbox One now in full production; gets performance boost

Xbox chief marketing officer Yusuf Mehdi has confirmed that Xbox One is now in full production.

That's not the only bit of news though, speaking at the Citi Global Technology Conference, Mehdi also confirmed that the Xbox One’s CPU has been improved from 1.6 GHz to 1.75 GHz.

Adding to this, Xbox’s Albert Penello confirmed via NeoGaf that Xbox One consoles were running on “1.6 boxes” and that developers “should start seeing” the increased CPU “soon”.

Sony has not announced the speed of the PS4 GPU.

Edited On 04 Sep, 2013

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Im Going Space's avatar
Im Going Space 3 years ago
performance boost #2. awesome good news. a general question across both consoles though, with PC's fast approaching 5GHz readily, why are both 'next-gen' consoles sub 2Ghz?
PrometheusFan's avatar
PrometheusFan 3 years ago
Apparently the 'boost' isn't likely to translate into any noticable real world performance improvements. Hardly a surprise given what a piss weak CPU the new console are using to start with.
Hymeleon's avatar
Hymeleon 3 years ago
The only "boost" here is PR boost. First they afraid of overheating puttin there a ventilation louvre (is that the word?) instead of half of the consoles top cover. And now they're "improving" performance. "Cool". Have you ever seen a piece of electronics with ventilation on top? Xbone - a perfect dust collector...
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Artemisthemp 3 years ago
PC Master Race forget 1 thing price. You don't get a lot €500, when come to PC.

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