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Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor hadock0 » 26 May 2016, 10:30

Bueno, visto lo que hay por todos lados, creo que es buena idea, central las comparaciones y noticias de ambos en un sitio.

Xbox One Scorpio targeting higher peak performance than PS4 Neo

Microsoft doesn’t want to repeat the same mistakes it did with Xbox One, specifically in terms of overall power against the competition.

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Xbox One Scorpio targeting higher peak performance than PS4 Neo

With yesterday’s reports of Microsoft working on not one, but two new Xbox SKUs, a lot have started wondering about the sort of power Microsoft wants to achieve with the Scorpio.

In Polygon‘s report, the site’s sources revealed that Microsoft is not interested in having another PS4 vs Xbox One situation, where most games rendered at lower resolutions and/or ran at lower frame-rate on its console.

The company is reportedly targeting a 6 teraflops peak power for Xbox One Scorpio, which puts it ahead of PlayStation 4 Neo’s reported 4.14 teraflops target. Teraflops is way of measuring overall computational power, but doesn’t necessarily tell us specific details like the type of GPU used, CPU speeds etc.

When asked to elaborate his earlier comments regarding releasing upgraded Xbox One consoles more frequently, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said Microsoft will only release a new console if it’s a considerable upgrade over the current unit.

This could mean that Scorpio will cost more than the Neo, though the report indicates that Microsoft is still working on a price, as well as ways to ease consumers into the idea.

With that in mind, and in the content of this week’s reports, the move to make a more powerful unit than the competition makes a lot more sense. That said, targets are one thing, actual real world performance is another, and we’ll just have to wait and see.

Scorpio could be revealed at E3 this year, or possibly sometime prior to E3 2017, to start a push for the new unit until its eventual release later that year. It’s not clear at this stage if that was Microsoft’s plan all along, or if the recent PS4 Neo reports pressured it somehow.
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor hadock0 » 26 May 2016, 10:32

Here’s How the Xbox Scorpio and Playstation 4 Neo Compare

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Despite Xbox president Phil Spencer saying that there would be no new version of the Xbox One, earlier today multiple leaks out of Microsoft brought up the codename “Xbox Scorpio”, which appears to be a new version of the Xbox One console.

That came a few months after Playstation announced the Playstation 4 Neo, otherwise known as the Playstation 4K. With the Xbox Scorpio and Playstation 4 Neo both being what appear to be upgraded versions of the regular consoles, how do they stack up against each other?

For starters, there’s the GPU to consider. The Xbox Scorpio and Playstation 4 Neo will both have more powerful GPUs than their original counterparts, but which one is better depends on which console has the more powerful one. In this case, it would be the Scorpio: its GPU is being targeted to be somewhere around 6 teraflops, while the Playstation 4 Neo’s GPU can only go at 4.14 teraflops.

Power is also a big thing to consider between the Xbox Scorpio and Playstation 4 Neo. Ever since the Xbox One and Playstation 4 first released, the PS4 has had the edge in graphics, being able to run games at higher resolutions and framerates than the Xbox One.

Now, it seems that the Scorpio is going to be focusing on power, even as the Neo makes a concerted effort to get all of the games on it to a 4K graphics resolution.

Another part that’s important for both consoles is the concept of universal compatibility, that the consoles will be able to interface with everything. With various virtual reality headsets like the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift now coming out, a console that could run one of those might see its sales go up if it makes games compatible on it.

The Scorpio has universal compatibility as a core component of its system, so it may be in the best position to get both Xbox One software and other things that come out in the future, whereas the Playstation 4 Neo will need to have a 4K version of a game in order for the game to be run on it.
Either way the Scorpio isn’t expected to be announced until the Fall of next year, unlike the Neo, which is basically all but confirmed. We’ll just have to see how things pan out until then.
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor hadock0 » 26 May 2016, 10:35

Everything We Know So Far About The New Xbox One And PlayStation 4

Gamers, we will very, very likely be getting new video game consoles from Sony and Microsoft next year, according to reports from several reliable video game publications. While these new Sony/Microsoft machines won’t be considered a “new generation” of consoles — they’ll still be part of the current “eighth generation,” – they’re powerful enough to be considered a serious upgrade and last at least half a decade. Here’s a roundup of everything we know so far.

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What’s It Called?

Microsoft’s follow-up to the Xbox One is codenamed “Scorpio,” but Polygonreports that it’s also known internally as “Xbox One-Two”. The latter name is clunky as hell, but I guess I can’t complain, since I wrote last week about how smartphone makers have no regard for basic numeracy when naming new hardware. Sony’s new console, according to Giant Bomb, is tentatively named ”Neo,” which to fans of the Matrix will immediately make sense, since Sony’s VR headset is named Morpheus.


How Much Better Is It Than My Current PlayStation 4/Xbox One?

Microsoft’s new system is a quest for power, as the tech giant is apparently tired of hearing about the PlayStation 4′s superior specs over the Xbox One. The Scorpio, sources tell Polygon, will be four times more powerful than the Xbox One, capable of pumping out a peak performance score of 6 teraflops. This is even more powerful than the upcoming new Sony’s Neo, which will reportedly top out at 4.14 teraflops. The current PlayStation 4 and Xbox One respectively rocks a 1.84 and 1.32 teraflops mark.



What The Heck Is A Teraflop?


The “flop” part of the word is an acronym for “FLoating-point Operations Per-second,” which is basically a way to measure a computer’s speed and raw computing power.


What Will All That Power Do?


Well, both consoles will surely support 4k image output (4k = four times the resolution of traditional 1080p “HD” resolution), and they will be powerful enough to up the frame rate consistently, which means much better graphics. But that’s been the story for every console upgrade since the earliest days of video gaming.

What the Neo and Scorpio will also do is provide a stronger VR gaming experiences. Microsoft’s console will be “technically capable of supporting the Oculus Rift,” according to Polygon’s sources; while the Neo will give an upgraded Morpheus experience. Neo and Morpheus, back together again at last.



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Does This Mean My Current PS4/Xbox One Will Be Worthless In A Year?

No, Sony and Microsoft are not going to make the same mistake that doomed Sega in the 90s — release a new console, then abandon it a short time later with another newer one. Both companies have put priority into making both Scorpio and Neo completely compatible with the current consoles. All new Scorpio/Neo games will also run on the Xbox One/PlayStation 4, just without the superior graphics and with longer load times. There will be no games that are playable on the Neo only, reports Giant Bomb. Gamers on the new systems will still be able to connect to the exact same online platform as they are currently on now with the Xbox One or PlayStation 4. Basically, it’s an optional upgrade — developers will be forced by Microsoft and Sony to build games that work on both current and new consoles.


How Much Will It Cost And When Is It Coming Exactly?


Both consoles will likely be announced later this year with a 2017 release date, but beyond that, pricing and exact date have not been decided by neither companies.


Anything Else?


Microsoft is said to be developing a brand new controller for the Scorpio. Sony, meanwhile, will give developers the option to patch old PlayStation 4 titles so they can be Neo-ready. To clarify on that last point: all existing PlayStation 4 games will work on Neo, but it’ll look and feel the same unless developers build a patch for it.
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor Hookun » 26 May 2016, 10:56

Lo que tiene que hacer Micro , ya que saca una nueva One . Es sacarla a 10 tflops como se decía , que no le haga sombra mas que los PC de gama alta .una bestia sin igual como fue su primera maquina . Puestos a joder se jode pero bien !!!
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor Malsons » 26 May 2016, 11:06

Interesante hilo. Leí ayer la noticia en Kotaku. Según Jason Schreier (el autor), Scorpio tendrá entre 5 y 6 Tersflops. En su twitter comenta que Polygon corrobora su información.

Desconozco la fiabilidad de las informaciones que maneja Kotaku y Polygon respecto a Neo y Scorpio, pero dándolas por buenas, NEO 4'4Tflop vs Scorpio 6 Tflop.

En cualquier caso, ya sabemos por experiencia que hasta que ambas máquinas estén en la calle, debatir sobre futuribles sin ningún dato en la mano es quizás poco productivo, y los números fríos son poco fiables (todavía espero el poder del Cell que iba a partir por la mitad a xbox 360)...

Sin saber nada más, y con los números fríos en la mano, 1'6Tflops de ventaja entiendo que marcaría la diferencia.
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor CapitanCagon » 26 May 2016, 11:20

Ya pueden sacar lo q les salga de los cojones. No pienso comprar ni una ni otra.
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor hadock0 » 26 May 2016, 11:25

Yo opinio igual..... salga lo que salga, si sale o no sale... Mi One se queda en casa otros 5 añitos más.... :ajam:
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor Malsons » 26 May 2016, 11:47

Teniendo ya en casa One y/o PS4, opino igual. Y con la bajada de precio vertiginosa que sufrirán ambas con el anuncio oficial, si comparten el catálogo al 100%, casi tiraría a comprar la que me faltara si mereciera la pena por 4 duros, que la versión PRO.
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor Questo » 26 May 2016, 12:39

yo ya estoy viendo el nuevo mantra...... pasamos de "50%+ de pauer", "la consola mas putente de la historia" y "xbox mierda sin potencia"..... a ..... "lo importante son los exclusivos"...... :r2gay: :r2gay: :r2gay:
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Re: Xbox Scorpio Vs Playstation 4 Neo

Notapor FLASHBACKMAN » 26 May 2016, 12:47

Quizá "Scorpio" no es un hardware específico. Sino, una tecnología escalable reconfigurable que estaría integrada en XBox One y en PRO...


Opino que Microsoft entra en juego en el terreno del enemigo, el de los "numeritos" y va a dar opciones a sus consumidores, aquellos a los que sí les importan las cifras.

Estamos viendo como Microsoft se adapta según la necesidad del mercado y va cambiando políticas, que para algunos pueden parecer una reculada y una bajada de pantalones y para otros les puede parecer una decisión en base a lo que sus usuarios demandan.


Así que la cosa quedaría así

XBox One y SLIM (CORE): 1080p y assets CGI y reescalado a 4k, HEVC, HDMI 2.0, HDR
XBox One PRO: Lo mismo pero con salida nativa 4k

Mismos assets, a través de una config sencilla en la UWP.


Yo no voy a comprar un dispositivo 4k hasta que tenga la calidad que yo le requiero sin pagar el gusto por las ganas.

HDR 12 BITS
4:4:4
4k 60hz full chroma
Oled o Laser

Y esto no va a pasar el año que viene, mínimo 2 años. Así que yo seguiré con mi X1 y mi VT50 de panasonic para jugar a 1080p y disfrutaré por fin de una calidad 1080p acorde a la calidad que me da mi TV.

El 4k para mi, puede esperar. Pero como digo, lo bueno es que hay opción para quien desee más. No veo mal que Microsoft decida sacarse la chorra y acabar con ésta guerra estúpida de los numeritos.


Así que preveo que el debate se volverá a centrar en los videojuegos que es donde se debe centrar. Ya que con 360, a pesar de darle una soberana paliza a PS3 a nivel técnico en resoluciones, assets y framerate en la gran mayoría de multis, nadie dijo nada sobre ello por que no interesaba, pues hagamos que no vuelva a interesar, forcemos a Sony a sacar más y mejores juegos y a que la competencia vuelva a ser sana.


Ganamos todos los consumidores bajo mi punto de vista.
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