Xbox One: 10% Reserved For GPU Getting Turned Into 2% Soon

Developers may have even more power than before to use.

Posted By | On 26th, Jan. 2014 Under News


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Industry insider Pete Dodd revealed that the Xbox One may be receiving more GPU usage in the coming months. While the console currently reserves 10 percent of its GPU, that may soon be reduced to 2 percent quite soon.

Talking on Twitter, Dodd stated that, “10% reserved gpu getting turned into 2% soon. And with that, I’m on my last bar leaving Puerto Rico. See ya soon if St. Thomas has sprint.

“Gpu for that certain system had 10% reserved. 8% video. 2% voice. Voice will remain. That video 8% will be up to devs. As it should be.”

Microsoft had earlier increased the clock speed of the console prior to release, and reserved 10 percent of the GPU for the OS and Kinect. With this being reduced to 2 percent, developers will have even more access to power for development. What are your thoughts on this development? Let us know in the comments below, as well as whether Sony will have anything to worry about.

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  • Gamer007

    Oooo baby that kills the ps4. Xbox now has the best graphics, better than PC and ps4. Sorry guys look like xbox wins gaming war!!! Hagahahhaha Ps4 fanboys are so pissed

    • Riggerto

      Someone take that bait…..

    • Psionicinversion

      I think in a 2-3 years the xbox is going to surprise people cus why else does it need a memory link that can transfer 800+GB/sec from the esram to the GPU/directly injected to the framebuffer. Doesnt matter to me but the xbox is still a beta console it technically shouldnt of bin released yet so theres alot of room for improvement


 

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