For the end of this year, the Xbox Series X, the most powerful and ambitious console of Microsoft until date will undoubtedly have a great duel with the Sony PS5 console to measure their strengths and see who takes over this huge market in the increasingly hyper-realistic game world.
Since we learned of their name and some details of their design, not without controversy by the way, we have been hearing rumors and alleged leaks about some of your specifications. Now we have to add the leak of some photos showing the chassis of the console and its connections.
These are two pictures that were published in NeoGAF and which have been echoed in Thurrott: In the first you see a front with a simple design. In the slot there is the Blu-ray UHD, a USB port, the button for ejecting the disc, another button whose function is unknown, and in the second one, which is the one that offers more information, the machine’s connections appear.
The console has in the rear Two USB ports, one HDMI video output, one Gigabit Ethernet port, the power connector, an optical jack to get the sound and the large connector that is only for the prototype and not for the consoles that would come on the market.
In addition, at the top there is a slot or hole that points, could be intended to be able to remove some area of the housing, although it is an aspect that in the absence of having it in hand is no more than an assumption.
Xbox Series X: PCI-Express 4.0 SSD
And if you search the same thread from NeoGAF it shows some data that has already been mentioned. We know that the Xbox X Series will have a core configuration based on the AMD Zen2 processor and a next-generation GPU and will apparently use a PCI-Express 4.0 SSD with a Phison PS5019-E19 controller. This will allow you to achieve read speeds of up to 3600 Mbps and 2200 Mbps in writing.