Xbox Series X

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Whats in the box


CPU 8X Cores @ 3.8 GHz (3.66 GHz w/SMT) Custom Zen 2 CPU
GPU 12 TFLOPS, 52 CUs @1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU
Memory 16GB GDDR6 w/320 bit-wide bus
Internal Storage 1TB Custom NVME SSD
Gaming Resolution True 4K
Performance Up to 120 FPS
Sound Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, Dolby TrueHD with Atmos, Up to 7.1 L-PCM
Ports 1x HDMI 2.1 port, 3x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports
Connectivity Ethernet: 802.3 10/100/1000, Wireless: 802.11ac dual band, Xbox Wireless radio

Xbox Series X, the fastest, most powerful Xbox ever. Explore rich new worlds with 12 teraflops of raw graphic processing power, DirectX ray tracing, a custom SSD, and 4K gaming. Make the most of every gaming minute with Quick Resume, lightning-fast load times, and gameplay of up to 120 FPS—all powered by Xbox Velocity Architecture. Enjoy thousands of games from four generations of Xbox, with hundreds of optimized titles that look and play better than ever. And when you add Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (membership sold separately), you get online multiplayer to play with friends and an instant library of 100+ high-quality games, including day one releases from Xbox Game Studios.*

Additional information


Diablo® IV Bundle, Forza Horizon 5 Bundle, Series X

10 reviews for Xbox Series X

  1. Mitch Baltic (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars Starfield Awaits
    First, I’ll start with my cons: Amazon’s waitlist. I’ve been holding out to purchase an Xbox Series console until I weighed out what works best for me. When I finally decided on the Series X, I knew it might be difficult to get. I clicked the waitlist or whatever button to be deemed worthy of purchasing a Series X and waited. And waited. 4 weeks went by, nothing. 6 weeks went by, nothing. I randomly checked one evening to see if anything had changed and what do you know? Amazon showed it as In Stock! No text, no email, no notification from Amazon. I hurried home to check from a computer in case my eyes/phone had been deceiving me and they did not. So I ordered it right then and there.

    With that out of the way… The XSX really is just an upgrade in almost every way possible. Love that backwards compatibility is always on the checklist for Xbox. Love that the UI is the same no matter what platform I access it from (Xbox One, Android App, XSX, PC app). Love that once I power it on, sign in, I am ready to go.

    While I don’t have any true “next gen” games (ahem, Starfield…), the games I do play were met with improved fidelity and 60 fps. That alone was a game changer for Fallout 76… and the 1-2 second load times… I can no longer set my fast travel, go grab a beer, a snack, pet the dog, and come back and grab the controller. I literally stood up from the couch the first time and I was at my destination… took some getting used to, but in a totally good way.

    Now that I’ve got a XSX, I’m waiting on Starfield. I don’t expect instant load times/fast travels, or steady 60 fps, but I do expect a fantastic experience from this console and games. Even though Playstation came before Xbox, the Xbox controllers just feel ‘right’ in my hands. The Xbox Live/Service is faster and more stable in my experience than Playstations (Sony has made huge strides, don’t get me wrong). While Xbox doesn’t quite have the exclusives some of the competition does, their platform for me has always worked better for me and my needs. So that’s where I play mostly. And before you start thinking we got an Xbox fanboy here… again, I’ve owned every Xbox generation to date, every Playstation generation to date, PC, Android, and Steam Deck. The only platform I’ve not used in recent generations is Nintendo (last I owned was the NES)… they’re just not for me.

    If you are on the fence about the Series… get off and pick one! But if you do pick the Series X and it’s out of stock, be aware of the waiting through Amazon.

  2. Kay Wills (verified owner)

    4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely a Box
    As a long time PlayStation customer, this is my first ever Xbox. I have to say that I am pleased with the shape of this console. It is as advertised—it is, indeed, a box with an X on it, although the X could be a little more prominent. It is difficult to see when the console is off, but luckily, the X lights up when the console is actually turned on. So it could be better, but this is acceptable.

    The Xbox also plays games. I don’t really have much to add about that. It is a game console, it plays games. I do wish the Xbox had a better selection of games though. As is, I play my PS5 a lot more than the Xbox simply because it has more exclusive games. Here’s hoping Starfield and Avowed will eventually make the Xbox more appealing, but as of now, Xbox doesn’t have much going for it.

    Lastly, the console’s UI is very cluttered and unappealing to me, especially compared to the PS5. However, unlike the PS5, the Xbox lets you group games and other apps into folders, allowing you some measure of organization. This cannot be done on the PS5 for some reason. Xbox also has themes, though there is a limited selection.

    So overall, the Xbox Series X is a fine console. I don’t think it’s going to make me want to switch over from PlayStation, especially with its lack of interesting exclusives (as of the writing of this review). But as far as consoles go, this one is okay. I like playing Alan Wake and Cyberpunk on it.

  3. SuperginraiX (verified owner)

    4.0 out of 5 stars A+ box presentation!
    So, yeah, new generation of hardware from Microsoft but can I talk about that box? Because that was a spectacular way to jump into the next Xbox.

    You open the box up and there is the Series X all wrapped up like it’s in a treasure chest. It was great! I actually had to take some video of it because it was above and beyond what I expected from unboxing a new console. So good job on that!

    I’m upgrading from an Xbox One S and from that perspective, it was definitely time to upgrade. I’ve got this 4K TV without a system that properly utilizes it! I held off on getting a One X because I knew the next Xbox system would be coming out soon enough.

    And here it is.

    Visually speaking, I’m not really noticing TOO much difference from games on the One S. There are some added details on some of my old games to upgrade them to 4K and I notice some effects that weren’t there before. Everything is less fuzzy. So that’s good. It’s just not the same as the visual jump from the NES to the SNES. Or the Playstation to the Playstation 2. But it IS close to the leap from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One. The difference there was only noticeable a few years after the fact for me. I imagine the same will be true here, especially since most of the games I’m playing right not are Xbox One games upgraded to 4K and not native Series X games, beyond Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

    And that details the biggest drawback to getting a Series X at launch: lack of a strong exclusive library of games. While the Playstation 5 has Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Godfall, and Sackboy, there isn’t anything on the Xbox that can’t be played on the PS5 except Yakuza: Like a Dragon (and that can probably be played as a PlayStation 4 game through backwards compatibility). With Halo Infinite being delayed, there’s no massive reason to upgrade your hardware.

    Well… I SAY that but I also don’t regret doing so. I’m disappointed in the lack of exclusives but the 4K is still very nice. And it isn’t even the best part of the Series X. That would be the load times. With the new hardware and the new memory storage system, games load incredibly fast. I used to start a game up and then head into the kitchen to grab a drink or whatever while the console booted things up but those days are done. This thing zips along. That also applies while you’re in the game. Reloads and fast travels, even cut-scenes, happen swiftly. There’s a lot of power in this rectangular box. The Playstation 5 also has super fast load times so it’s not a selling feature if you’re comparing consoles but, on its own, it presents a compelling case.

    It’s a lot of the “under-the-hood” features that build this system up as a good replacement for your Xbox One. The fact that it is capable of playing a large number of Xbox’s back catalog going all the way back to the original Xbox means you’ll have a huge library of games to play even if they aren’t brand new exclusives. I’ve got a serious backlog of titles so playing them in 4K and getting into my games faster is fine for me right now. If you are a Gamepass subscriber, you have a large library of games to choose from right out of the gate, including a lot of EA games added from their EA Play subscription service. I spent my first day just downloading everything I’m going to be wasting my time on over the next few months.

    And, let me be clear: if you play on Xbox, do yourself a favor and subscribe to Gamepass. You get some great games and many of them are upgraded to take advantage of the Series X. It’s a good deal.

    I’m happy with my purchase. I wish Halo would have made launch. I’m also happy they held it back so that when it releases, it’s worth playing. But, man, launch would have made this purchase a lot more palatable. In the end, it comes down to where your friends are. Mine are on Xbox so here I am. This thing is a powerhouse and I doubt I’m going to regret having it a year or so down the line.

    But if you have to make a choice between this and the Playstation 5 and you don’t really do online gaming with your friends, the Playstation 5 makes a more compelling case this holiday season. Miles Morales looks really good.

    But if Sony’s exclusives don’t move you, the third party games are all multiplatform. You can enjoy your Call of Dutys and your Assassin’s Creeds on whatever console you manage to get. In 2020, I think we could all use a win and I think there’s enough to keep you busy on both consoles to check that win box.

    Oh! This thing also has a controller! It is pretty much exactly like the Xbox One controller which was a slight upgrade from the 360 controller… which was an upgrade from the Xbox S controller. This is my favorite controller layout and it feels as comfortable in my hands as the XB1 version. There’s a capture button now to take pictures and video which is something Sony added with the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo added on the Switch. So Microsoft is a little behind but it’s here now! I have not used it yet but I’m sure I’ll get around to it.

    Anyway, welcome to the next generation of video game hardware. This thing is a beast of tech and should prove a worthwhile purchase. In time. Day one, you know what you’re getting: an I.O.U. note promising better things to come.

    But, man, that treasure box opening is pretty great. 😉

  4. Eeshan Joshi (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars various ports are missing
    I LOVE this console! it’s absolutely lovely. The graphics are incredible, there’s a very noticeable difference in speed and picture quality.

    I will say, please be aware that if you’ve got an Astro headset with a mixamp, this console does NOT have the ports for it.

    Additionally, this console does NOT (yet) support playing games off a storage device. I upgraded to this from my old Xbox One, the original model with 500GB and I’d upgraded to a massive 8TB external drive to store games on it. This new console definitely lets me download games onto the external drive, but I can’t play the games off of it.

    Other than that, i love it 🙂

  5. The dreams97 (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars Another amazing xbox console
    This is much better than the xbox one or series s. Now I get to enjoy not only some of the new games but old games too playing four xbox generation in one but this time in 4k and it looks beautiful in my 4k tv with HDR. Only one thing I hate about the new xbox is the lack of there own exclusive games but same thing happen with xbox one generation as well. But I love this xbox series x regardless. I also had a ps5 and I love that console too.

  6. anthony twitchell (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars Best Xbox ever
    I bought this package because the stand alone unit was out of stock. For 30 bucks more I got this one in 2 days. Arrived in great shape, although the set up with the app is a little annoying and lengthy. That being said, great graphics and very fast download speeds. Love this Xbox and I’ve had every generation since the first one. Highly recommended.

  7. Ian Howard (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars Great Console
    The series X is a fantastic console! Games play and look great on it. The set up was very simple and wasn’t confusing. If you have the right TV, you can play your games in 120fps. If not, the games will still play great in 60fps. The console itself looks cool with it’s futuristic design. All in all, I would definitely recommend this console for any gamer.

  8. Amazon Customer (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars The best console owned by a company that doesn’t know what to do with it.
    I own the Series X and the Playstation 5. I use the series X every day. Both consoles are on the same level when it comes to the graphics, but i feel that the Xbox quick resume feature outpaces the playstation 5. I believe you get 4 quick resumes on Xbox and on the PS5 you get 2 slots. Now, much like my gaming laptop, the Wifi on the xbox is superior to the one on the PS5 – You can get wifi from the furthest part of the house. In my room i can get wifi for it and the PS5 is just too far to get a signal. It makes no noise and its smaller than the PS5 – Whats bad about it? No real first party games. I am playing COD MW2, Street fighter 6 and Forza. Halo infinite was a dud. Just play COD.

  9. Ricardo Orrantia Ponce (verified owner)

    5.0 out of 5 stars Xbox SeriesX = amazing console, absolute BEAST and best value in gaming. Playstation convert.
    I have been a gammer all my life, have owned almost every console since the Atari Pong all the way till the Ps4 and Switch, but I have skipped most Xbox’ s except for the original that was given to me as a gift.
    This new console that Microsoft has made is in my opinion the absolute best in this generation. Spec-wise it cannot be beat and if superior to the PS5 I most respects. But when you use your series X and in conjunction with Game Pass Ultimate (GPU), it simply becomes the hands down, no questions asked, absolute BEST VALUE in gaming anywhere! Today Microsoft has also teamed up their GPU service with EA, and now we can get most sports games and most EA titles included in GPU. But you must also add the future inclusion of Bethesda and all their amazing titles from day one in GUP since MS has bought them out.
    So how can’t you go wrong with the MOST POWERFUL CONSOLE EVER MADE and the potential of including GPU to make it the best value in gaming PERIOD.

    Yes some will think that their are few titles specifically made for this new generation as of this writing, but the same goes for Playstation, and Sony changed their mind in the short term, as most titles that they have as great exclusives are also being released for the foreseeable future on PS4 as well as PS5.

    – Best Value in gaming when used with Game Pass Ultimate.
    – Most powerful console ever made (12TFLOPS – 52 CU’s).
    – Intuitive and very functional OS.
    – Great games even for this generation like: Medium.
    – FPS Boos feature for older games.
    – Automatic HDR for older games.
    – Instant Resume feature is just awesome!
    – Great controls, I thought I would not like them, BUT THEY ARE GREAT!
    – Minimalistic design, that goes well with anything you have already.
    – QUIET there is no noticeable sound of fans even when gaming for hours.
    – More available space in internal drive then PS5.

    – Controllers use a AA Battery… WHY would you do this in 2021? Yes there are options, but I should not need to look for options, personally for now I went the rechargeable Energizer route, but it is a hassle that should not be present in a console this generation.
    – No gimmicks and straightforward pure power, no you don’t get resistance in the adaptive triggers like a PS5, makes it feel a bit less futuristic.
    – Had a bug happen to me more then once while purchasing new games, got an error, so for workaround had to add to cart, go to billing address, put edit, select the same billing address and then it worked, very annoying.

    – Processor: 8-core AMD Ryzen Zen 2-architecture CPU at 3.8GHz (3.6GHz with SMT)
    – Graphics: AMD Navi/RDNA 2-family GPU with 52 CU at 1.825GHz (12TFLOPS FP32)
    – Video:16GB GDDR6 with 14Gbps 320-bit interface (10GB at 560GB/s allocated to GPU, 6GB at 336GB/s allocated to rest of system with 3.5GB for GPU)
    – Die Size: 360.45 mm2
    – Process: 7nm Enhanced
    – Memory: 16 GB GDDR6 w/ 320mb bus
    – Memory Bandwidth: 10 GB @ 560 GB/s, 6GB @ 336 GB/s
    – Internal Storage: 1 TB Custom NVME SSD
    – I/O Throughput: 2.4 GB/s (Raw), 4.8 GB/s (Compressed, with custom hardware decompression block)
    – Expandable Storage: 1 TB Expansion Card – Seagate ATM only avail.
    – External Storage: USB 3.2 External HDD – WB Black Gaming 5TB what I got for it.
    – Optical Drive: 4K UHD Blu-Ray Drive-
    – Performance: 4K @ 60 FPS, up to 4K @ 120 FPS, 8K @ 60 FPS
    – Size: 301mm x 151mm x 151mm

    Finally, I will recommend this console over the the PS5, its simply a BEAST and a better value when teamed with GPU. I won’t get a Ps5 for the foreseeable future at least not till late 2022, since by then they might really have PS5 exclusives that don’t get. a PS4 version.
    The Xbox Series X is such a great console that you would be hard pressed to look it over over the hype that the Ps5 has generated because of its lack of availability. So if you like simply the best console this generation and wish to get the best bang for your buck, Xbox Series X simply rocks.

    PRO+ : The Xbox series X is also an amazing emulation system, it can run Retroarch with no hacks, with nothing weird, just look it up in YouTube and you will find tutorials. But it can do emulation like very few systems and it add to its tremendous lineup and value.

    Great job Microsoft, you not only added a customer, but a new fan.

  10. Mister Blue Sky (verified owner)

    4.0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Gaming Machine
    Are you ready for a gaming experience unlike any other? The Xbox Series X is here, and it’s ready to take your gaming to the next level. As a long-time gamer and self-proclaimed tech enthusiast, I was eager to get my hands on the latest and greatest console from Microsoft. And let me tell you, it did not disappoint.

    First, let’s talk about the design. The Xbox Series X is a sleek and sophisticated console that looks like it came straight from the future. Its monolithic form factor is not only aesthetically pleasing but also serves a purpose: it’s designed for optimal cooling and airflow to ensure that the console can run at peak performance without any overheating issues. And boy, does it deliver. I’ve been playing games on this console for hours on end, and I’ve yet to experience any lag or slowdowns.

    The controller is also a thing of beauty. It’s comfortable to hold, responsive, and features a new “share” button that allows you to capture and share screenshots and videos of your gameplay with ease. The haptic feedback and adaptive triggers provide a new level of immersion that truly enhances the gaming experience.

    But what really sets the Xbox Series X apart is its power. With a custom-designed processor, the console delivers up to 4K resolution and 120 frames per second, which means you’ll get buttery smooth graphics and lightning-fast load times. And if you have a TV that supports it, you can take advantage of the console’s 8K capabilities for an even more jaw-dropping visual experience.

    Of course, all of this power and performance comes at a cost, and the Xbox Series X is no exception. It’s not cheap, and it may not be the right choice for casual gamers who are content with their current console. But for those who are serious about gaming and want the best of the best, the Xbox Series X is a no-brainer.

    In conclusion, the Xbox Series X is a true powerhouse of a console that delivers on every front. Its sleek design, powerful performance, and immersive features make it the perfect choice for any gaming aficionado. If you’re in the market for a new console, the Xbox Series X should be at the top of your list. Highly recommended!

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