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Xbox One X Tear-Down: Semi-Modular Console Design



(See pinned comment about clock speeds!) Showing the Xbox One X thermal paste, cooling solution, and tearing-down / disassembling the fan and console.

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  1. NOTE: GPU Clock speed is 1172MHz, memory speed is 1700MHz. Sourced our original numbers from LTT (as they have access to MSFT and we do not), but their numbers were apparently wrong (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_Ii8mU3x7E).
    Really impressed with the Xbox One X modularity and numbering. Should help their RMA process, but also help enthusiasts replace parts.
    You might also like our Switch tear-down: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obz5tE1mdV0

  2. I don’t think you can replace parts without replacing the logic boards because the parts are all synced together

    Microsoft made it harder for people on the street to repair the Xbox one. Everyone was repairing the Xbox 360s on the street better than Microsoft did at their warehouse…. fuck you Microsoft … that’s why I’m not buying any Xbox’s

  3. I feel it's important you know that your using a scorpion Edition they were supposed to have a slightly better build than the standard X at least that's what Microsoft promised at announcement I don't know if these specs lineup with the actual generic X model please correct me if I'm wrong it just seemed like you didn't know the point is a scorpion or the logo with Master Chief because they're code name for the Xbox One X was supposed to be scorpion and it ended up being a running thing so they released a special build version of the Xbox One X with slightly better specs

  4. the hard drive is using seagate firecuda i think because pattern in the top and the back is 100 percent same and the firecuda pattern desin in top and back is ony fire cuda have an the chace is 128mb with 5200rpm is the typical of SSHD Seagate FireCuda i think

  5. Ive learned a lot about console vs pc in the last month so to clear up any confusion here it is.
    Consoles are pc's, just with everything on the mobo. The cpu is self explanatory, its on the mobo just like on a pc. The gpu is where it gets weird. Back in the days of the NES and Neo geo, console creators realized that if they took a pc gpu and just removed the chip, they could fit the power of a pc in a console. But back then, pc gpu's weren't really….. accessible once inside the pc. So it would take generations of consoles before the first pc gpu was used on a console(og xbox). The ps4 and xbox one are the second generation of consoles to use a pc gpu(the first being the og xbox). So with ram its a similar thing. Instead of plugging in inefficient ram sticks in terms of space, just have the ram board built into the mobo, and put the ram cores on that. Ever notice on older ram like DDR3L ram there's these squares on the stick? Thats the ram cores. So that about covers it. Console companies get discounts on gpu's(or if partnering with the gpu producer, its free)and then mod it to get the chips, then bam. You have yourself a good console. Small compaired to a pc, and gives good performance.

  6. 245watt power supply, thats impressive for the kind of hardware it's got. definitally Laptop hardware here.
    witch makes it even more hard to believe this things performance is that of a RX 580, if thats even the case i still have a hard time believing that runs games at 4k, its more like 1440p or 2k. i havn't seen to many Radeon RX 580's playing 4k games at least not older ones anyway. who knows.

    sweet console this one is hto

  7. Well done microsoft for making a well engineered console, having owned sony consoles for years this console beats all of them, sony machines (ps4 pro) are very good but until you play on an xbox one x…wow any way thx for the video nexus you got my sub buddy btw bit more xbox one x exclusives and sony gotta fight on there hands.

  8. BTW: The screws are "security torx" screws, and MS has been using them since at least the 360. I don't have these, so I don't know what size it is, but torx 10 (security torx 10) screwdrivers and bits can be bought on ebay dirt cheap. I bought one to take apart a controller for less than $1. You can and should get a set of them to have around if you disassemble electronics.

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