[Video] Xbox Series X vs Series S

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27 Comments on “[Video] Xbox Series X vs Series S”

  1. Can anyone confirm that what Linus said about changing to VRR in ANY picture mode makes it just as low latency as GAME MODE? I'm getting this TV in the next two weeks and am just trying do a bunch of research before getting it. I have been searching for a while and can't seem to find any information on this.

  2. honestly, the reduced storage capacity and no optical drive makes the series S a non-option for a lot of people, more so than the reduced performance.
    if they release an optical drive addon for the series S, I think it would be a lot more popular.

  3. People keep saying that xbox has no games (which is very true atm) but like do you guys consider that making games takes time ?? Microsoft bought a TON of new studios in the last years and they take a loooong time to make , Ghost of tsushima took 6 YEARS to make , don't expect amazing new titles for xbox for at least a year , I 100 % agree they barely have anything right now but LONG TERM wise , im sure they're gonna come out with bangers .

  4. Or upgrade to a digital edition ps5 and smoke the shit out of series S for only $100 in every category. Better cpu, better gpu, better and more ram, more storage, in time more storage expansion options, better controller.

    But if you're an xbox only xsx is the better deal. Xss you will have buyers remorse. Your current tv may be fine but what if you get a new one? Well now your sol. Your storage is a huge issue in more ways than you realize. As quick resume has less storage set off to the side means you can only quick resume a couple or so games vs xsx which is around 6+.

  5. what do you guys think about this:

    Gigabyte b450 aorus elite

    1x 82,40
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
    1x 189,99
    G.Skll Aegis DIMM Kit 16GB DDR4
    1x 51,70
    Gigabyte Radeon RX 5500 xt oc 8G
    1x 199,80
    Sharkoon RGB LIT 100
    1x 56,80
    Corsair CX650 650W ATX 2.4
    1x 74,71
    for an midrange pc?

  6. Does anyone ever have thoughts about which one of these tech reviewers is an athlete? Surely one of these nerds is an absolute beast of an athlete but we just don't know it.

  7. @Linus HELP!

    There is NO 1440P@120HZ the series S

    100% an Xbox issue, NOT a monitor issue! Just tested this fully with my brand new Xbox Series S…

    I will show you my PC running 120hz @ 1440p over an 8k HDMI cable… THEN, when i plug my Xbox Series S into it, it'll ONLY let me do 1080 @ 120hz OR 1440 @ 60hz!

    Need a patch asap

    Youtube proof here: https://youtu.be/pp3x9tAPRiU

  8. It's also worth noting that LG C9 is also capable of many of the same features the C10 has. Which tells you that LG was ahead of the curve here. Well before most others were. I have the C9 2019 65 model.

    Which of course is HDMI 2.1 compatible on all its ports. In addition to being VRR & 120Hrz ready. Not to mention being one of the first to support Dolby Vision. Definitely recommend anything C9 or higher here. As you should be ready to go out of the box!!

  9. AC: Valhalla on Series S, for SOME REASON, is TRYING to do 4k, and is locked to 30fps.
    That's dumb. That's hella dumb. I'm guessing most people with a Series S don't even have a 4k screen.

  10. Just bought a PS5 and it's broken already!! Literally put the damn thing into sleep resume. Now the entire thing is bricked lol.

    Taking it back and getting an Series X like I should have. Listen both consoles have their problems.

    But there is no excuse to have these kinds of game-breaking issues on launch day, just saying. :/

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