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Microsoft increases Xbox One GPU clock speed


2:30 PM on 08.02.2013
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In the new episode of the Major Nelson podcast, chief product officer Marc Whitten brings word of a higher GPU clock speed for the Xbox One. Since E3, the team has increased the speed from 800 MHz to 853 MHz, which sounds like a nice little bump.

The main takeaway from the appearance was that we should expect good things from gamescom later this month as plans finally come together. "This is the time when you've gone from all of these specs and all of these arguments over the last several years to having the product, and really starting to try it internally," said Whitten. "We're running our internal beta and using it at home and starting to see the product really come together."

Brand New Xbox One Details from Xbox’s Major Nelson and Marc Whitten [Xbox]






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