When hardware details of Microsoft’s Xbox Series X were first published, the headlines were mostly about the CPU, GPU and the 16GB of GDDR6 memory. Far fewer were dedicated to what some will consider the true revelation; Microsoft’s Velocity Storage.

In a nutshell, it’s a new DirectX extension (DirectStorage), coupled with a dedicated on-CPU silicon that deals with decompression and a new proprietary memory card that delivers 2.4GBps (or 19.2Gbps) of what Eurogamer calls “guaranteed throughput”.



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