Microsoft corporate vice president Marc Whitten announced during a Major Nelson podcast today that GPU speed for Xbox One has been increased since the console was shown during E3 2013.
Whitten says in the podcast that gamescom attendees will “get the first look at new things since E3″ in regards to the console.
These new additions are reportedly a rebuilt and optimized graphics driver and the GPU’s clock speed changing from “800mhz to 853mhz.”
Xbox One is currently in internal hardware beta, and the OS is being polished.
The early report came from a cached article on the matter from Gamespot.
Thanks, Game Informer.
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