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  • Wireless Controller
  • Xbox One X 1TB Console with 4K Ultra Blu-ray

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Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3350 out of 3438)

Features


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Get access to a world of instant entertainment with this product. Just connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music, and access a wide variety of other content.

  • Netflix
  • Spotify
  • Hulu
  • YouTube
  • Amazon Video
  • HBO GO

GAMES PLAY BETTER ON XBOX ONE X. EXPERIENCE 40% MORE POWER THAN ANY OTHER CONSOLE.

Maximize game performance with the speed of 12GB GDDR5 graphic memory.

6 TERAFLOPS OF GRAPHICAL PROCESSING POWER PROVIDES A MORE IMMERSIVE GAMING EXPERIENCE.

Enjoy brilliant graphic details in light, shadow, and reflections with High Dynamic Range and Wide Color Gamut.

PLAY WITH A GREAT COMMUNITY OF GAMERS ON AN EXTREMELY ADVANCED MULTIPLAYER NETWORK.

Compete, connect, and share across platforms with gamers on Xbox One and Windows 10.

INCLUDES A 4K BLU-RAY PLAYER AND 4K VIDEO STREAMING.

Whether you’re playing, watching or streaming, Xbox One X delivers brilliant graphics with HDR technology.

GREAT FOR 1080P SCREENS.

Games run smoothly, look great, and load quickly.

* Broadband Internet required (ISP fees apply).

* Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold (sold separately). Limited number of games available in 2017 support cross-device play; additional games to follow. Active Xbox Live Gold membership required to play free games.

* 4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements.

*Motion-Sensing technology requires Kinect Sensor (sold separately).

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98%
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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    It's OK

    Posted
    Jerm

    The problem I have with the X isn't the price (especially for what's inside), or the lack of exclusives as many people complain about. My problem is, it's not necessary if you already own an old XB1 or an Xbox One S. Because the difference in visuals just is NOT a giant leap. I'll do my usual list of Pros and Cons. There isn't a huge list, but here you go. 1. It's a heavy duty machine, packed together nicely 2. The GPU is pretty close to a GTX 1070 on the Nividia side, but not quite. Slightly behind, especially for 4k (framerates). 3. It's very quiet, sometimes to quiet. And the vapor cooling is nothing new but seems to actually work well here. 4. Even on a 1080p TV you can see "some" differences. but I do mean very minuscule. As it's aimed for 4K the supersampling is still quite good. CONS 1. Make sure you plug this into a wall outlet and not a surge protector, being that it has one built into it already. Some systems have bricked very quickly (and won't power on), because of this. And yes it's a fact, you can google it. Or watch Youtube. 2. The fan can be fickle, sometimes it gets very loud under load, and sometimes it stays quiet. Which is "fairly" normal. The fact that it's not consistent like the PS4's fan. Is what concerns me. And actually sometimes it almost sounds like it's not working properly. Only time will tell. 3. This system actually takes LONGER to boot up than the original FAT system, and the S model. Why? I have no idea. 4. The load times are also slower than the old models. I have no clue where people come up with the idea that they are faster. I tested Rise Of The TR (ultra slow load times), Forza 7, and especially Halo five. I still own an S model and couldn't believe it took so long on the X. I'm still baffled by this. 5. The controller seems cheaper than the older models (though that could just be me). So basically that's it, there isn't a whole lot to say because it's just not that different from the others, except for a resolution bump. And steadier framerates. Not faster in most cases. Also I must mention many tests have showed that games played in 4K drop frames clear down into the 20's because of the weaker CPU. Which I should have mentioned is the Achilles Heal of the whole system. But MS had to cut back on this otherwise it would have been 599$. So overall I feel bad rushing out to get one of these even though I have a 90 day return policy. I'm still thinking of returning it. And on one final note I really like the way some games look marginally better on my Sony 1080p, than they do in 4K (with HDR) on my Samsung 4k. Call me crazy but it's just NOT a night and day difference. And I think that's the whole basis of my review. Is it worth 500$ for people with a 4K TV? I suppose. Is it worth it for the slight upgraded visuals (not much more than the S) on a 1080p TV. Absolutely not. It's still just the same "old games" that you've been enjoying on stock Xbox One(s) for the last 4 years. Also it's not a "new" console, just an Xbox One on steroids, basically. Also I feel the Pro was a mistake on Sony's end as well. As I've had the PS4 slim for a while now and never an issue. Or even a thought to need any "enhanced games". So it's a lot of power, but what does that really translate to in the real world? Well not much. I think people have realized this since they aren't sold out anywhere now. Personally I'd get the S for 189$ on sale and save yourself 329$. Because with the mediocre 4K games, and low framerates, it's just not worth the extra price. I'm 42 and been gaming for many years, also I build gaming PC's. So just ask yourself, do you really NEED the X? That's up to you. I can't recommend it though. Sorry.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Console right now

    Posted
    Joe13
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The X Box One X is one of a kind. You will feel fully immersed in the game as you play. With 4K resolution, the colors are brighter, whites appear whiter, blacks appear blacker with great contrast, and you can see differences in detail that truly bring the image and experience to life. I raced cars with the X Box One X and could see even the tiniest detail, such as the reflection on the car windows that made it even more realistic. If you don’t have a 4K resolution TV, the X Box will conform to 1080P resolution or lower to still give you that amazing experience and bring out the most from whatever resolution you have. At 2.3 GHz, the game can bring you even faster and smoother response times and interactions that feels almost life-like. You will even notice that the games load even quicker. With 12 GB memory you will be able to quickly load your games and experience even greater performance. As I was playing I even noticed that the animations were extremely realistic, from the lighting to the people animations, everything was crystal clear and realistic. The gaming momentum is so quick, that it can reach up to 326 GB per second which is so seamless you will notice the difference between other gaming platforms. What I love most is how great the design is. It has a rich black color, is slim and sleek. It is super innovative and stylish. Now you can pick up your 4K (2160P) games and truly experience them the way they were meant to be experienced. The contrast really comes out with games, offering you greater visual depth. I definitely recommend picking up X box one X enhanced game to experience gaming better than ever. Driving the Forza 7 motorsport game I was able to immerse myself into the game. It feels as if you are really driving a car. The crashes, the movements, the sounds, the lighting, the feel with the controller was all extremely realistic. Dolby Atams and DTS:X offers 3D spatial sound that really puts you in the center of it. You will experience sound as if you are in a 3D Imax movie. The crashes really come alive from the sound and imagery. It is definitely worth splurging on this product for the experience. It is an experience like none before. Add the Microsoft x box x wireless controller, or even the Winter Forces special edition, to enhance your experience. This controller is for the ultimate gamer. The wireless controller offers amazing control as you play the game. The controller is unique and has a super cool color scheme, which is Arctic Camouflage. It functions just like the xbox one x controller, but has a unique look and is wireless. It is amazing quality, with a textured grip, button mapping, and smooth feel. What I like most is that it has Bluetooth technology, so I can move around without worrying about the cord bumping into anything. It even includes 3.55 mm stereo headjack set to connect to any compatible audio headset. With Bluetooth technology, you can play with any PC windows 10 or tablets. My younger brother loves xbox and is super excited to play with this one and by having the wireless controller my parents won’t have to worry about wear and tear, and tangling of his current controller. My brother and his friend are pretty energetic, so they tend to move around a lot and tangle up the controllers. It seems like the life span of this controller will be much greater and they will have twice the distance to move around. This Xbox is a must for any gamer, and even a beginner. I do not play much, but l. With speed and reliability, you can compete, share and connect with others. Purchase Xbox Live Gold and you can get 2-4 games per month! For someone who doesn't have a ton of experience gaming, I loved this console and found it easy to navigate and learn. As you move the throttles, the motion in the game is smooth and not jerky. As you push the throttle faster, it will move the object faster as intended. Very easy for a beginner! You can even join Xbox Live and join the xbox network It is definitely worth the price, and worth it to splurge on this to get the best quality around. I...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent bang for your buck

    Posted
    Jake
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Let's get this out of the way, this is still a console, and it won't give you the same gaming experience that a high end gaming PC will. That being said, no gaming PC priced under 750$ is going to be able to run modern games at 4k, much less play 4k Blu-rays, and even PCs priced under 1000 are going to be limited in the 4k department, unless you're a builder who knows how to find parts cheap. If you've got better things to do than fiddle around with PC settings, on a budget, or just don't game enough to justify a 1000$+ rig, but still want to make the most of your new 4k TV, this is the best choice for you. 4k Blu-rays: There's not much to say here, it has a 4k Blu-ray player, and it will play them back in 4k/HDR10. You'll have to install the free Blu-ray app from the Xbox store, but I can't complain about it too much. Only real downside in this department is a lack of settings to fix audio lag, but most TVs and receivers that you'll be plugging this thing into will already have those settings anyways, so it's not a big deal. 4k/HDR gaming: This is the feature that sets the X above its less expensive sibling (the S), which also has a 4k Blu-ray player. The 4k resolution's impact on gameplay is subjective, as most games don't have a huge difference outside of more crisp edges and some antialiasing improvements, but the real game changer is the HDR, and good Gandhi does it change your experience. Keep in mind, I have a Samsung MU8000, so your model of TV may produce difference experiences from mine... But on my TV, the HDR is incredible. Colors are more vibrant, blacks are deeper, whites are brighter, but more importantly... The details stick around. In both bright and dark spots, rather than creating black and white "blobs". This feature has ruined me forever, and it's hard to go back to SDR now that I've seen how amazing it can be. Keep in mind, not all games support 4k/HDR, but the library is pretty big, and it keeps growing, with most big games having 4k/HDR updates. Don't have a 4k TV? If you don't have a 4k TV, I would still recommend this for a few reasons. For one thing, even if you're running a 1080p TV, the extra power under the hood will be dedicated to running the game smoother, with most games hanging out around the 60fps mark. You're going to notice a big improvement in game performance, in fact I run many games in 1080p with HDR just to get those 60 frames. Also, in some cases, games will have better graphics than the standard Xbox one or Xbox one S. A good example of this is Ark survival evolved and the Xbox one X only "enhanced graphics" mode. Another benefit you get even without 4k is some degree of future proofing yourself. 4k Blu-rays will play in 1080p if not hooked up to a newer 4k tv, so you can start stocking up on your media before you decide to invest in a 4k TV. Another great thing about this console is its size, and how quiet it is. It's not only tiny, but thanks to it's vapor chamber cooling system, it's almost silent. The only time I ever hear three thing is if I leave it running in game, and everything in my apartment is dead silent, and even then it's just a light pulsing hum. Bottom line: Contrary to what the PC master race knobjobs will tell you, this is a fantastic piece of hardware, and will give you a gaming experience that similarly priced PCs can only dream of. If you don't care about the 4k HDR gaming, or boost in game performance, and you just want a 4k Blu-ray player, save yourself a few bucks and get yourself the S, which also has a 4k Blu-ray player.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      MicrosoftOutreachTeam

      Hey Jake,

      Thanks for your thoughtful evaluation of your new Xbox One X! You made a great point in calling attention to how versatile it is -- it's powerful enough to play games in true 4K with fast framerates and load times while also being a good 4K UHD Blu-ray player. And we agree, people who haven't upgraded to a 4K TV yet will still see big benefits in their overall gameplay experience.

      We hope you get a lot of use out of your new Xbox One X.

      Happy gaming,
      Chuck
      Xbox Customer Care Microsoft

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Best Console right now

    Posted
    Joe13
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The X Box One X is one of a kind. You will feel fully immersed in the game as you play. With 4K resolution, the colors are brighter, whites appear whiter, blacks appear blacker with great contrast, and you can see differences in detail that truly bring the image and experience to life. I raced cars with the X Box One X and could see even the tiniest detail, such as the reflection on the car windows that made it even more realistic. If you don’t have a 4K resolution TV, the X Box will conform to 1080P resolution or lower to still give you that amazing experience and bring out the most from whatever resolution you have. At 2.3 GHz, the game can bring you even faster and smoother response times and interactions that feels almost life-like. You will even notice that the games load even quicker. With 12 GB memory you will be able to quickly load your games and experience even greater performance. As I was playing I even noticed that the animations were extremely realistic, from the lighting to the people animations, everything was crystal clear and realistic. The gaming momentum is so quick, that it can reach up to 326 GB per second which is so seamless you will notice the difference between other gaming platforms. What I love most is how great the design is. It has a rich black color, is slim and sleek. It is super innovative and stylish. Now you can pick up your 4K (2160P) games and truly experience them the way they were meant to be experienced. The contrast really comes out with games, offering you greater visual depth. I definitely recommend picking up X box one X enhanced game to experience gaming better than ever. Driving the Forza 7 motorsport game I was able to immerse myself into the game. It feels as if you are really driving a car. The crashes, the movements, the sounds, the lighting, the feel with the controller was all extremely realistic. Dolby Atams and DTS:X offers 3D spatial sound that really puts you in the center of it. You will experience sound as if you are in a 3D Imax movie. The crashes really come alive from the sound and imagery. It is definitely worth splurging on this product for the experience. It is an experience like none before. Add the Microsoft x box x wireless controller, or even the Winter Forces special edition, to enhance your experience. This controller is for the ultimate gamer. The wireless controller offers amazing control as you play the game. The controller is unique and has a super cool color scheme, which is Arctic Camouflage. It functions just like the xbox one x controller, but has a unique look and is wireless. It is amazing quality, with a textured grip, button mapping, and smooth feel. What I like most is that it has Bluetooth technology, so I can move around without worrying about the cord bumping into anything. It even includes 3.55 mm stereo headjack set to connect to any compatible audio headset. With Bluetooth technology, you can play with any PC windows 10 or tablets. My younger brother loves xbox and is super excited to play with this one and by having the wireless controller my parents won’t have to worry about wear and tear, and tangling of his current controller. My brother and his friend are pretty energetic, so they tend to move around a lot and tangle up the controllers. It seems like the life span of this controller will be much greater and they will have twice the distance to move around. This Xbox is a must for any gamer, and even a beginner. I do not play much, but l. With speed and reliability, you can compete, share and connect with others. Purchase Xbox Live Gold and you can get 2-4 games per month! For someone who doesn't have a ton of experience gaming, I loved this console and found it easy to navigate and learn. As you move the throttles, the motion in the game is smooth and not jerky. As you push the throttle faster, it will move the object faster as intended. Very easy for a beginner! You can even join Xbox Live and join the xbox network It is definitely worth the price, and worth it to splurge on this to get the best quality around. I...

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      MicrosoftOutreachTeam

      Hey Joe,

      Thanks for sharing your insights! We're really happy that you're enjoying all the 4K-enhanced gaming goodness that the Xbox One X has to offer. And if you're going to pick up a second controller (and you should), the Xbox Winter Forces Special Edition Wireless Controller is a great way to go.

      Happy gaming,
      Chuck
      Xbox Customer Care Microsoft

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Ultra Premium Gaming Console, with Sticker?

    Posted
    Swede

    I had the very first XBOX, but missed the 360 generation. Therefore, while I love my Nintendo Switch was ecstatic to order the XBOX One X to expand my gaming options. There is a lot to love about the XBOX One X. It has a beautiful design for being such a large, heavy box. The controller is comfortable and ergonomic. Graphics are fantastic. I love my Switch's graphics on first party Nintendo games, particularly ones that run 1080p 60fps such as Mario Kart or Splatoon2. However, third party games do not look so great on Switch, so when I am playing on a TV, I love playing these third party games instead on XBOX One X. Perhaps the biggest reason to buy an XBOX, either this X or a S, is gamepass. Even if you don't plan to buy many games, just buy Game Pass for small monthly fee. You will have dozens of games at your disposal. Wow. However, there was one huge flaw in my XBOX ONE X. I also love retro game and collecting gaming items. This XBOX One X is the most premium console you can buy at least by price tag and graphics performance. However, despite that, Best Buy decided to put a large sticker across the front of the console's box before shipping. Therefore, I feel it was not the smartest place to order. It looks used or like a has been system. When I take it out in 10 years time to admire, instead of the beautiful box, I will see that sticker! Microsoft should provide some instructions to retailers about the importance of aesthetics on such a premium product, or really, any product if you are proud to sell it. I will attach a picture to show, if this type of situation will bother you, you might want to go elsewhere. Overall, pretty awesome console, very ugly sticker on the beautiful box!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A Product Worth Appreciating

    Posted
    CapMax

    I've tried to be a PC gamer before but consoles have won me in the last few years as a cheaper and fun way to enjoy games. I chose PS4 as my first PlayStation buy ever a few years ago, and it has been a most valuable purchase of mine. One must admit that the content for PS4 is really competitive and that the system is a slight step above the Xbox One. But nowadays, the Xbox One and even the PS4 are showing their age. I honestly think the Xbox One was underpowered when it came out, and today, evermore so. Microsoft finally comes to the fight and overcharges the heck out of the Xbox One with Xbox One X. I am talking about a system that really impresses. This system is finally ahead of its time, and should last at least a few strong years. I have only played COD WW2 on my One X but had been playing on my Xbox One S prior. I have a 4K tv in which to harness the benefits that both systems offer. Both systems play the game quite smoothly, but the One X has some features that constantly make me smile. Comparatively, the One X runs even smoother, runs in native 4k which is awesomely pleasing to look at, exhibits seamless draw distances, and loads everything quicker. Running around The Third Reich in Zombie mode with the One S, I'd notice that signs within the game have a fair ressolution. But on the One X it is like being there because the signs are perfectly crisp. More than that, they remain clear even at far distances. In the One S, I would walk up to a sign to read, and I could always notice the sign jump up in resolution as I got closer, eventually actually becoming readable, but still not even close to the fine detail that the One X's 4k was chugging out. Draw distance is something that bothers me in games. It destroys the realism when objects start popping up as the user approaches new areas in a game. It feels great to see stuff not only clear from far away, but hyper clear all together. The One X, was a hefty purchase for me, but it is truly a high quality machine. It's unquestionably more powerful than any console before it, and if you're someone who appreciates quality visuals, then the One X is going to really going to satisfy you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Solid Gaming Console with Issues

    Posted
    malexandria
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    The XB1X is a very solid but flawed gaming console. I think $500 is a nice price for everything you get, at least on paper. Unfortunately the reality sets in. I traded my S in and something else, so I managed to get the Scorpio Edition for about $220. I picked up 7 enhanced games during MS's amazing BF sale and everything looks stunning, far superior to my Pro. I wanted to buy most of those games for my Pro, but their BF sale was pathetic and they didn't have much of anything discounted. So much for Playstation being about gamers. However there were several issues that may cause me to return it. 1. I really don't like the Xbox Interface. It's clunky, confusing and it seems like it takes 3 or 4 clicks to do anything. Even something as simple as closing a game takes 3 clicks and not as intuitive as it should be. The "home" menu is just a mess, I still don't know the difference between "Pinning" something or Adding it to "Home" and there's a limited number of slots for "Home." The controller also hurts my hand and I find the PS controller a lot more comfortable. 2. 4K UHD Player - This was one of the main reasons I purchased the console. Was really impressed with how vastly improved the picture quality was on the X vs. the S. Unfortunately in the last two weeks it's started acting buggy and won't play certain Blu-rays or the fan will get so loud that I couldn't hear the movie. The worst part was for some strange reason, not one of my 7 Sony UHD Movies would play. I suspect it has to do with Sony's poor implementation of BD-Live. 3. 4K Capture doesn't work as advertised and can't stream game play. I was shocked to find out the 4K/HDR Capture doesn't really work. I was only able to play back 4K/HDR captures on the console itself - what's the point? You can't stream gameplay to YouTube, only MS's own Mixer service and the only way I was able to get captured footage off the console was to record it in 1080p and the HD needs to be formatted in NTFS so forget about using my Mac with it. And I hated the fact that it requires it's own dedicated External HD to work. So that means instead of needing one, I now need TWO external HDs just for my X. 4. Start up is TERRIBLE. It literally takes 2 - 4 minutes before you even see the main menu. There were several times when I thought the machine was broken. All you see is the Green Xbox Logo for a good 3 minutes. Unfortunately if I do return this I'm going to have to eat the cost of all my games that I just bought and my full game library because this will be it, I'll be permanently done with MS. I know if I get a replacement, I won't get the Scorpio edition and since I traded in my S for this I don't have another Xbox to play. I think a lot of these issues will be fixed with a future update, but I don't want to be a guinea pig and have to wait months for features that should work properly on day one. If you have a 4K TV and all you care about are the games, then this is a must buy. Everything I've played so far has been a revelation, even older, unpatched titles like Batman Return to Arkham look and played so much better than they do on my PS4 Pro. So I'm truly torn as to whether to return this or not. If I didn't go all in on the Black Friday deal and already have a bunch of games on the XB platform i'd return it in a hot second...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The best media/video game system out

    Posted
    theCrash
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I have a home theater with a 65" 4K HDR Samsung TV and Dolby Atmos surround sound system and have been waiting for the X since it was announced. I held off playing Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, and other exclusives completely until this thing came out and it was completely worth it. Although a little hesitant with that price tag, I decided to try it and if I didn't find it worthy I could always return. The X allows playing some older 360 games at 4K so the first game I tried was Assassin's Creed from 10 years ago. My mind was blown. It looks like a brand new game. I know you can do this my hooking up a powerful PC to a TV but being able to play it on an Xbox using the original 360 disc is one of the best customer-friendly features I've seen in a while. It makes me want to replay some of these 360 games. Onto the Xbox One enhanced games. I tried a few. Halo 5 looks awesome and is smoother and more detailed than ever, 4K and 60fps. Diablo 3 is running at a native 4K and is super sharp/smooth. Hitman plays great in 4K and HDR. This console proves 4K is a bigger deal than its been made out to be after HDR has released. Even though it bumps some games to 4K and/or 60fps with HDR, not all games are enhanced that way. Other games like Injustice 2 are enhanced visually (more details and better shadows, lighting, rendering) but with no large resolution bump. It still looks better than ever. If a game hasn't received an X update, it will still run with higher or more stable frame-rate than it ever has on the OG Xbox One or even the PS4 Pro. It will also load faster, Witcher 3 is at times a whopping 1 minute faster during load screens. A better experience regardless what game you are playing. After testing a few of the X-Enhanced games, I realized most of them I already played and am not keen on going back for visual upgrades so felt a slight disappointment. Then I remembered there are a good chunk of new releases I can really enjoy this console with: Injustice 2, Wolfenstein 2, Forza 7, Assassin's Creed Origins. The console has launched in the middle of the same old Assassin's Creed, Call of Duty, EA Shooter season so whoever is underwhelmed by those games may think "I'm going to buy an Xbox One to play those games? No way." To that I say, have some patience and remember that the following games are coming and will play best on this console: Red Dead 2, Kingdom Hearts 3, Monster Hunter World, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves, Cyberpunk 2077, Anthem, Far Cry 5, Metro Exodus, Kingdom Come, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Code Vein, Darksiders 3, A Way Out, Skull & Bones, and many more. Onto the machine itself. It's matte black, small, sleek and quiet. The controller is the best this generation for me, but the Elite Controller (sold separately) is on another level. I still am mind-boggled by the fact that so many people still use a controller without back paddles for shooter and 3rd person action games. Xbox One X is fantastic value for its cost. You cannot build a PC more powerful than this for the money and include a 4K blu-ray player as well. Bottom line: It looks phenomenal on my setup and I think it will give even 1080p TV's a huge boost. If you want the best graphics of for yesterday's, today's and tomorrow's games, you won't go wrong with the X. If you have my setup or something similar and are not sure yet if you should get it, just do it, you won't regret it.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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