Xbox Series S Refresh Rumored to Feature 6 nm AMD APU with 20+ Compute Units
Microsoft is probably on the lookout to refresh the Xbox Series S in late 2022 with an upgraded six nm AMD APU according to Moore’s Law is Lifeless. The upgraded processor would be made on TSMC’s 6N approach which boasts larger yields and could allow Microsoft to help all 24 Compute Units on the APU as opposed to the twenty they at present empower. This increase in Compute Units and a clock pace increase could possibly increase the console’s functionality by fifty%. This up to date product would come in at close to 350 USD symbolizing a fifty USD high quality nonetheless the existing product would be retained and see a price minimize to 189-249 USD. The rumor also promises that Microsoft will refresh the Xbox Sequence X in 2023 or later.