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[Microsoft Store] Xbox Series S pre-order available at Microsoft Store again

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[Microsoft Store] Xbox Series S pre-order available at Microsoft Store again

Act quick, won't last long.

Costco bundle with extra controller
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It has also stayed in stock with an extra controller at costco.ca since it went live.
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Just a reminder that this isn't a "digital edition" console, but is actually less powerful than the Series X and is unlikely to last the full generation without an upgrade.
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Thello wrote: Just a reminder that this isn't a "digital edition" console, but is actually less powerful than the Series X and is unlikely to last the full generation without an upgrade.
Thats just false. It’s a console that targets a lower resolution, which requires much less power. 1440p still looks nice, and it makes sense for the average console gamer.
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Kevcorm wrote: Thats just false. It’s a console that targets a lower resolution, which requires much less power.
So in conclusion....It has less power?Neutral Face
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Kevcorm wrote: Thats just false. It’s a console that targets a lower resolution, which requires much less power. 1440p still looks nice, and it makes sense for the average console gamer.
So your saying if a game has dynamic frame rate enabled and if I get 80 on the X version I would also get 80 on the S version if both were 1080P....

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Patrickpete wrote: So in conclusion....It has less power?Neutral Face
Less power with a different resolution target, so same performance, settings (minus resolution) and gameplay. Don’t forget that you said it will likely need to be replaced before end of gen, that’s the false part.
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kanechart wrote: So your saying if a game has dynamic frame rate enabled and if I get 80 on the X version I would also get 80 on the S version if both were 1080P....

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I don’t even understand what you are saying... just stop. There isn’t going to be 1080p games on the series x.
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There is no game that will be 1080p on both systems. If for some reason they make a game run at 1080 on series x, it will be even lower on the s... but we both know 1080p on the series x just won’t be a thing. Also dynamic frame rate is a term I’ve only heard from amd referring to their video cards down-clocking when hitting performance targets, are you trying to say uncapped frame rate?
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