Amds zen 2 will be key to higher frame rates on xbox series x
For those who want to buy Xbox Series X later this year, this is good news. Thanks to a little help from the AMD Zen 2 architecture, Xbox Series X may be able to increase the frame rate. This may mean that 4K or 120 FPS 1080p titles can be played at 60 FPS.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer said that Xbox's decision to switch from AMD Jaguar core to Zen 2 core will see higher and more consistent frame rates during gaming.
"I think we have reached a point in this generation of Xbox One X. The game looks great, and we can always do some work to make it look better. But I want the games to be as amazing as they look. In the current generation, we don’t have it, mainly because the CPU power is insufficient compared to the GPU in the box, and it is unable to achieve the feeling and frame rate, as well as consistency or variable refresh rate. We want," Phil Spencer said.
This is the same as the CPU architecture in many of today's best CPUs. Zen 2 offers huge performance improvements, making it a strong contender for Intel's best CPU architecture.
Zen 2 is AMD’s 7nm CPU architecture, which now supports AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper series.
Zen 2 marks a huge improvement in AMD performance and energy efficiency. This means that the power consumption requirements of the third-generation Ryzen processors will be reduced, which also means lower temperatures and stronger overclocking capabilities.
Xbox will also join the ranks of companies such as Microsoft and Sony, which will also use AMD's Zen 2 architecture in their next-generation models.
PlayStation 5 may therefore end up using the same technology. PlayStation 5 has adopted some of the same technologies as Xbox Series X, including 7nm AMD CPU, SSD and hardware accelerated ray tracing. Assuming that they will also use the Zen 2 architecture to cooperate with it, this may not be an exaggeration.
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