The World’s Most Powerful Console

Gaming consoles have been around since the first PlayStation device came out which was the PS Vista. This was the beginning of a new era. Since Sony and Microsoft and Nintendo have been working on better and much more advanced consoles that look like a box. Today, Microsoft has announced a new project that they are working on called Project Scorpio. This is a project that will later in 2017 become an actual console that will be sold in stores around the world.

What this project will do, no one can ever do. They will enhance the Xbox One and Xbox One S and will create the world most powerful console. Don’t worry though, all the games that you have on your current Xbox even the Xbox 360 will be able to be played on the new console. My only hope is that they just don’t increase the price by a lot or then there would be no point in buying the console. Microsoft claims that they will remove the boundaries of the console and make it open to all developers. This is super good because gamers can then customize their console in any way they want it to be. I don’t want to keep you guys really hungry so let’s jump right into the specs. I know they have already released some of the specs on the first day.


With 6 Teraflops, 326GB/s Memory Bandwidth and advanced, custom silicon, the Scorpio Engine is most powerful gaming processor ever created. The Scorpio Engine comes with a Vapor Chamber. This uses advanced cooling liquid to ensure the Scorpio Engine stays cool. The Engine has a Centrifugal Fan which is a fan that sucks in air and compresses it to deliver maximum cooling with minimum noise. This is super good because there are gamers around the world which game for not stop 4 hours straight and after a while, their console starts to make this buffering noise which disturbs the heck out of some people because as time passes by the sound gets louder and louder. The system uses something called the Hoven Method. This basically, minimizes the power consumption and produces more performance with a cutting edge digital power delivery system that custom tunes each console’s voltage.


Right of the bat, the system features True 4K Gaming, 2.3 GHz of custom CPU, 1TB of HDD storage, HDR Games and Entertainment and lastly 4K UHD Blu-ray/DVD. These are most of the specs of the system in a nutshell. I hope in the next announcement they give more details on the color and how the actual design looks. If you want a visual of everything then watch the video down below. This video was posted on their website which you can visit if you click on this link. (Microsoft Project Scorpio)

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