Why Xbox One is a better game console than PS4
The Xbox One has a ton of cool features, including the ability to stream Xbox One games directly to your TV via the HDMI port.
But it’s not just the features that make the Xbox One a better gaming console.
It’s the power and reliability.
The Xbox 360 is the most powerful gaming console ever, and it’s powered by Intel’s next-generation Atom processors.
The PS4’s processor is based on AMD’s next generation Zen processors, and while Intel’s Zen processors are better than AMD’s in many respects, they are not up to the same standard.
While the Xbox 360’s processor offers similar performance, it’s also slower, and in some cases it doesn’t offer enough horsepower.
On top of that, the Xbox 720 uses Intel’s 6th generation Skylake architecture and is capable of significantly higher clock speeds than the Xbox 900.
The PlayStation 4 is also a faster, more powerful console, but the PS4 doesn’t feature Skylake CPUs.
So what makes the Xbox one more powerful?
Let’s take a look at the Xbox hardware specifications and then we’ll look at some of the performance features that Microsoft’s Xbox One controller offers.
The best Xbox One Xbox One console hardware Specifications Processor Intel Core i7-4770K CPU (up to 8 cores, up to 3.5GHz Turbo) Intel Core x8-7700K CPU @ 2.0GHz (up from 2.6GHz) Intel HD Graphics 4000 GPU AMD Radeon R9 Fury X (up for $499) Power 8x USB 3.1 Gen2 ports (up until 12x) 6x USB 2.1 Type-C ports (10x up until 4x) 2x HDMI ports (4x up to 4x, 1x mini DisplayPort) 1x HDMI 1.4a connector (1x mini Type-A) CPU Cooler Cooler: 4x 140mm radiator with 120mm fan (up front, 3x 120mm fans up front, and 3x 140-140-140 fans in the back) CPU cooling: 2x 140 mm radiator with 140mm fan Cooler heat dissipation: 250W GPU: 8x Nvidia GTX 980 Ti graphics (up till 3x GTX 970) Display: 4K 1920×[email protected] Display: HDMI 1, HDMI 2.2a, DisplayPort, USB Type-D, USB 3., USB 3/2.0, 3.0 Audio: Dual-mono speakers (upfront, 2x 7.1 surround sound speakers, 2nd dual-monos stereo speaker in back) Storage: 32GB (upgradeable to 64GB via BIOS), 128GB (via SATA) Networking: 802.11ac WiFi Dual band (802.11a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 4.0 Ports: 1x USB Type A, 1.5x USB Mini-B port (up through 3x USB3), 1x Ethernet jack Audio jack: 4.5mm stereo audio out (upthrough 2x audio jack) Weight: 3.8 lbs (upgraded to 5.1 lbs via BIOS) Dimensions: 6.4 x 4.4 inches (upgradable to 6.1 x 5.6 inches via BIOS; 6.3 x 4 inches (downgradeable) via BIOS or 7.3.x x 3.9 inches (no upgrade) Battery: 8.4Whr (upgrades to 9.4 Whr via BIOS and 9.0 Whr through SATA) Warranty: 4 years, 100,000 hours (upgrading via BIOS); 6 years, 200,000 (no BIOS) Warranty Type: 3 year limited Part number: 1,000 Xbox One consoles (upgradation required via BIOS, upgrading via SATA, or upgrade via Thunderbolt 3)