- Sep 10, 2018
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|Processor||i9 9900k @5ghz|
|Motherboard||Asus Maximus XI Code|
|Cooling||Corsair h150i Pro Push/Pull. 5x Corsair ML120 + 4x Corsair LL120|
|Memory||32 GB 4x8GB 3466mhz Corsair RGB Pro|
|Video Card(s)||TItan Xp|
|Storage||Samsung 960 evo/Samsung 850 evo|
|Display(s)||Asus ROG PG278QR|
|Case||Corsair 500D SE RGB|
|Audio Device(s)||Arctis Pro + gaming Dac/Corsair sp 2500|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Ultra Prime Titanium 850w|
|Mouse||Logitech G903 Lightspeed|
|Keyboard||Corsair K95 RGB Platinum|
The Xbox One X already has 40 compute units on TSMC's 16nm process.Your not getting a 3rd gen ryzen, Samsung SSD, and top tier AMD GPU in that thing. You will get entry level laptop CPU performance, mid tier GPU performance (think AMD 590 performance but far more efficient) and a SSD that puts size and reliability way ahead of performance.
I would be shocked if the next gen consoles aren't at least twice as powerful if not more on 7nm.