According to a new report from Windows Central, Microsoft's next-gen console - AKA Anaconda, the big brother of the Xbox Project Scarlett family - is targeting technical specifications which surpass the capabilities of the Xbox One X by upwards of 50%, and potentially as high as 200%.
The report, which cites "several sources familiar with Microsoft's plans," focuses on a few key components. Firstly, Anaconda is said to sport an eight-core CPU clocked at around 3.5GHz. The Xbox One X also has an eight-core CPU, but a markedly slower one at 2.3GHz. Secondly, where the Xbox One X had 12GB of GDDR5 RAM, 9GB of which could be allocated to games, Anaconda will supposedly "guarantee" 13GB of its 16GB GDDR6 RAM pool for games, with the remainder put towards the operating system. This, at least, lines up with the other Xbox Project Scarlett specs we've heard about already.
The biggest number in the report is also one of the toughest to evaluate. Anaconda is said to boast 12 teraflops of power. For reference, the Xbox One X delivers six teraflops of power, but that's not to say Anaconda will be twice as strong as the One X.
Din't see this posted so what do you think system wars is 12TF RNDA enough for 4k 60FPS?