- CPU: Eight custom x86 cores
- GPU: 6 teraflops
- RAM: 12GB GDDR5
- Memory bandwidth: 326GB/s
- Vapour-chamber cooling
- 1TB Hard Drive
In simpler terms, the CPU is 30% faster than Xbox One’s equivalent, with the GPU 4.6 times more powerful. Its RAM and hard drive read speeds are also improved, meaning 4K resolutions should be easily achieved and maintained.
It’s also definitively more powerful than PS4 Pro, and will allow for performance increases on non-4K screens. That means Xbox One games can receive performance boosts or supersampled resolutions even on a regular HD output.
Even without specific Scorpio patches, the new console will seemingly run all Xbox One (and 360 backwards compatible) games better than on standard or S hardware – load times, frame rates and resolutions should benefit.