While there is no doubt about the arrival of a new model for the Xbox One, we do not know Microsoft’s timetable for a possible redesign of the machine. However, things could be becoming clearer at Microsoft thanks to the CV of an AMD employee, on which theparticipation in the development of a CPU engraved in 20nm (nanometers).

For context, the current console chip is engraved in 28nm, and this increased engraving finesse could, as always in the industry, bring multiple advantages. Thus equipped, the Xbox One would consume less energy, and heat up less, which potentially allows a console to be quieter and/or opens the way to a more compact model (and therefore at the same time save money transport thanks to less bulky packaging). Likewise, the cost of manufacturing the chip is also lowered, which can encourage a manufacturer to offer a less expensive machine. Basically, only a bonus that would benefit the consumer.

According to the expert Digital Foundry, this new CPU could generate a 30% gain in speed and be 25% more energy efficient. The site also talks about a possible abandonment of DDR3 type memory at 2133MHz in favor of an LPDDR3 standard, again less energy-consuming.

It now remains to be seen when this “second” generation console will be able to see the light of day and, above all, to know the real impact on the player. Because instead of lowering the price of the machine, Microsoft could also take advantage of it to increase its margin. To be continued…

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