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Xbox Series X will be backwards compatible with “thousands of games” at launch, adding HDR and 120 fps to older titles

TOPICS: compatibility, HDR, Microsoft, NVMe, SSD, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

From the original Xbox to Xbox One, Microsoft’s new console will be compatible with titles from all previous consoles as announced by the company. In fact, there will be more than just basic support for these games, the Xbox Series X will allow games from other generations to be played in HDR or even double […]

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The SD specification is updated with PCIe 4.0 to achieve speeds of up to 4 GB/s

TOPICS: NVMe, PCIe, SD, SD Express, SDHC, SDUC, SDXC

Back in June 2018, the first SD Express cards were made official, based on the Secure Digital (SD) 7.0 specification. Fully backwards compatible, they immediately attracted attention for providing a speed close to GB/s adopting PCI Express 3.0 and NVMe 1.3 interfaces in card format, leaving in the mud any model available until then. Now […]

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