It’s been a busy week for Microsoft with the statement of the Xbox Collection S and Xbox Series X prices along with their release day.

An useful specification comparison sheet has been released, which you can see below. Rumors of the Xbox Collection S having an AMD RDNA 2 GPU with 20 CUs performing at 1.565 GHz have turned out true (the Xbox Series X has 52 CUs going for 1.825 GHz). Even more surprising is the CPU rate. It’s basically the same octa-core AMD Zen 2 CPU but clocked at 3.6 GHz (3.4 GHz with SMT allowed).

15 TFLOPS on the Xbox Series X. RAM is additionally lower at 10 GB GDDR6 RAM with 8 GB having a transmission capacity of 224 GB/s while 2 GB has 56 GB/s bandwidth. And of program, the Xbox Collection S doesn’t have a Blu-ray disc drive, being digital only.

The Xbox Collection S will set you back $299 while the Xbox Collection X will certainly cost $499 Both consoles are out on November 10 th with pre-orders going survive on September 22 nd.