Like a new PC, Microsoft’s Xbox series X has 12.1 TFLOPs, WOW..can’t believe the Xbox series X has 12.1 TFLOPs is plenty of power to enable games with stunning graphics. The console, also known as Project Scarlet, is the most powerful Xbox ever and will empower developers to push their creative visions without compromising on quality. Its custom designed CPU uses AMD’s Zen 2 architecture to deliver 8x the processing power of the original Xbox One. The Series X also has an RDNA 2 GPU with 12 teraflops to enable a new level of visual fidelity and immersion. Combined with the highest bandwidth GDDR6 memory and a custom, next-generation SSD, it provides the performance needed to deliver on the promise of a true gaming experience.
Unleashing Gaming Power: Exploring the Astonishing 12.1 TFLOPs of the Xbox Series X
TFLOPs (floating point operations per second) are used to describe a computer’s ability to render polygons, which make up the objects in games. A higher TFLOP count means a better ability to draw and manipulate these pixels, making the games look more realistic. The Series X’s GPU will be able to do that, but it’ll also enable features such as DirectX ray tracing and variable rate shading.
It will also be able to run most games at native 4K resolution, unlike the Series S, and it supports HDR on compatible televisions. In addition, it offers a software feature called FPS Boost to double the frame rates of backwards-compatible games. While that’s not as high as the 120fps you’d get on a modern PC, it’s a big step up from 30fps.