Microsoft announced the full details of the Xbox Series X hardware on Monday, confirming CPU's next-gen CPU nuts and bolts for GPU, GPU, RAM and internal storage – 1 TB a strong NVMe state tradition. That drive will allow faster loading time, but it also presents a problem: 1 TB isn't much storage these days, especially balloon games of over 100 GB.
Microsoft's answer to that is the Xbox Series X Storage Card, a hardware-related Seagate solution. According to Seagate, those 1 TB expansion cards will duplicate the "full speed and efficiency of Series X internal storage." Behind the Xbox Series X is a port dedicated to these Storage cards, but the Series X will also accept external hard drive. Xbox Series X games can be backed up to a USB drive, but users should install it on an internal SSD Console or Storage Expansion Card to play it. This also applies to Xbox One games available with "Xbox Series X" updates, such as Gears 5
Neither Seagate nor Microsoft have revealed specifications for the Xbox Series X Expansion Card (other than to say that its performance is "synonymous with direct internal storage"). Companies also did not disclose the price of those Storage Cards. We should know that 1 TB NVMe SSDs cost about $ 100 or more, pointing to an expandable card storage card.
In February, when we received the backlash from the Xbox Series X prototype, the port of the Xbox Series X card for the first time was first seen. The port was thought to be compatible with CFexpress format, high speed, and high speed option. In accordance with Digital hands-on analysis
The Xbox Series X is slated to launch during the 2020 holidays.