Next-Gen Xbox Launching In October/November 2013 With An Incredible GPU

January 24, 2012, By Christian Davis

Well it looks like you’ve got a little less than two years before the next Xbox console is released and we’ve got some great news about what’s going to be inside, specifically with the GPU. The next-gen’s GPU will originate from 2011’s AMD 6000 series which supports DirectX11, 1080p HD, multi-display output and 3D, IGN reports, quoting sources close to the development of the next console. Sounds good? No, it sounds great! Mass production of the GPU will begin at the end of 2012.

With this GPU (shown above) the next console will have six times the processing power of the current Xbox 360 and is supposedly going to be 20 percent more powerful than Nintendo’s Wii U.  The Wii U is going to be using the R770 which is stronger than GPU’s of the Xbox 360 and PS3.

As much as I’d love to see the graphic power of the next console, I personally am not ready to see a new console. This current generation (aside from the Wii) is doing very well. These consoles are used for much more than gaming now. As we speak, I have Netflix streaming in the background and I was listening to music earlier. These consoles have a lot going for them now and it really feels like they’re just getting started.

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