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    Back on topic...

    Xbox One has non-replaceable hard drive, external storage is supported
    We had the opportunity to chat with Albert Penello, senior director of product planning at Microsoft this afternoon, who was kind enough to clarify a few topics for us regarding the recently-unveiled Xbox One. One thing we were quick to ask about was the integrated storage. 500GB sounds like a lot today -- but so did the 20GB unit in the original Xbox 360. The HDD there was, at least, replaceable. Can you do the same with its successor? Sadly, no. Hard drives in the Xbox One are non-user-serviceable, but Penello confirmed that the USB 3.0 port is there for external storage, which can be used for everything the internal storage can be used for. That includes game installs and downloads. So, don't fret: adding storage will be just as easy as ever. (Source)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    SHUT UP JODIE, I'm trying to watch Return of the King! God.
    Actually thats The Hobbit (younger Gandalf)

    I see there will be a fee to install pre-owned games. I guess that explains EA's decision to do away with online passes.

    Xbox One has preowned fee - Report - GameSpot.com

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    *slowly puts head on desk*

    *sigh* Well. Not exactly sure how to respond to that, even after a good nights sleep of 5 crying hours.

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    Microsoft Games (eg Live)



    All other games..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theblacksheep View Post
    No Backwards Compatibility:

    OS uses 3Gb ram:
    Microsoft confirms: Xbox One OS uses 3GB RAM, 5GB RAM for games |
    That makes sense, I thought I misheard them saying 5Gb of RAM during the presentation. What I want to know is, out of the remaining 5Gb is any reserved for the GPU/GPU restricted to using 1Gb or 2Gb?

    I ask because the PS4 is rumoured to reserve 1Gb for OS and the other 7Gb can be divide up however developers choose with both CPU and GPU being able to access all portions of RAM simultaneously.

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    Any links to the keynote in full?

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    The amount of time people spend whittering about numbers is daft. It's what you do with it that counts (sic)

    "OMG it's got 8 cores!"
    SO has the Galaxy S4.

    "OMG it's only 1.6ghz"
    Enough said, everyone here understands numbers don't mean everything.

    "OMG it's only using 5GB Ram"
    The server next to me has 16 and it's not as quick as my station with 2.

    "OMG it's 2013"
    Well done, the console your pining after shouldn't exist now and only does because people keep putting money in their pockets to do so.

    I look behind me and see an ultra SFF lenovo workstation that's capable of serious performance. There's nothing in there that can't be built into a TV enclosure. Slap a GPU in a unified architecture and why the hell are we pining after xboxes and playstations for silly money. Because we're letting them let us.

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    RAM is interesting though - more RAM means more textures that can be used. I'd be interested as to how they're handling the RAM for GPU/CPU.

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    So... Who's looking forward to the steam box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    RAM is interesting though - more RAM means more textures that can be used. I'd be interested as to how they're handling the RAM for GPU/CPU.
    Exactly, which is why I think the PS4 is a compelling product next to custom build PC's.

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    tbh the only bit I like is the games, all the rest is just too gimmicky!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
    That makes sense, I thought I misheard them saying 5Gb of RAM during the presentation. What I want to know is, out of the remaining 5Gb is any reserved for the GPU/GPU restricted to using 1Gb or 2Gb?

    I ask because the PS4 is rumoured to reserve 1Gb for OS and the other 7Gb can be divide up however developers choose with both CPU and GPU being able to access all portions of RAM simultaneously.
    Aye i'm also keen to get more information on this. I assume the 3gb is for all of the 'snapping' and 'multi-functioning' that you can do on this great new xbox. I'd also like to know if it's possible to disable features to free up RAM on the OS, should it be needed.

    Also, they mention a 8 core processor, but who's 8 core will Xbox be using? Also keen to hear more on this.

    Everything that has been asked directly, has either been feathered away, or contradicted on multiple scales from MS at the moment. As a Xbox Fan Boy, i'm not happy. Sony don't have to do much for me to swap over this time, unless MS announce something extraordinary... other than this console...

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    RAM is interesting though - more RAM means more textures that can be used. I'd be interested as to how they're handling the RAM for GPU/CPU.
    Which is why 8Gb of GDDR5 in the PS4 was surprising. Consoles can also be heavily optimised.
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