An understated vertical tower, the Xbox Series X is Microsoft's next-generation flagship console. First revealed months ago, we now have the machine's final specs, and it's set to be a powerhouse. Its custom AMD Zen 2 CPU will have eight cores clocked at 3.8GHz each, paired with a custom Radeon RNDA 2 GPU with 52 compute units running at 1.825GHz. The result is 12 teraflops of processing power, enough for 60fps in 4K, 8K support, and frame rates up to 120 fps. 16GB of RAM and a custom 1TB NVME SSD give it dramatically faster load times and the ability to resume games instantly. A dedicated port on the rear of the console will support storage expansion cards, and Microsoft is partnering with the HDMI forum and TV manufacturers on Auto Low Latency Mode and Variable Refresh Rate support ahead of the console's launch, currently slated for this holiday season.