Background seems pretty expansive here: http://i.minus.com/i89vmAdx7slz1.gif
First Sunset Overdrive Screens/Video and Preview (Xbox One)
I wonder why they didn't go with edram which would have offered much larger sizes and higher bandwidth in a smaller footprint. I would think size...
Sorry for being obtuse but would a clock boost automatically warrant a boost in esram bandwidth?
So Albert is saying the esram can read and write at the same time: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=80951633&postcount=195
Well this is disapointing. So they only cite one example and that example can only reach 133GB/s?
Edit: Posted at the same time. Can't read anything tho. lol
Xbox One presentation today http://www.hotchips.org/
What would they even use an extra 4 GBs on? More things could be multitasked but anything else? Seems like more of a marketing bullet point than a...
Well of course. Hence this being an upgrade :wink:
This makes me feel that retail and dev kits will be indistinguishable. And if that's the case 12GB upgrade for the retail system is incoming.
I understand completely what you're saying. You said play "almost immediately as the game downloads". The reason why we can play games as the disc...
I don't think this will be possible unless MS has some Onlive type tech we haven't heard about.
Looks like the max bandwidth when combining esram and dram is 136.4 GBs and not 170.