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Scorpio uses a custom, upgraded version of AMD’s Jaguar CPU tech, the same one found in the original Xbox One as well as PS4, and PS4 Pro. It’s clocked at 2.3GHz, higher than PS4 Pro’s 2.1GHz and Xbox One’s 1.75GHz, though it retains the 4MB L2 Cache.
The GPU, partially based on a Polaris chip, sports 40 compute units, as opposed to PS4 Pro’s 36. More importantly, they have a clock speed of 1172MHz, much higher than the 911MHz the PS4 Pro delivers. The site estimates this to result in 43% advantage in compute power.
Digital Foundry estimates Xbox Scorpio will run $499, the same price Xbox One was at launch. That’s $100 more than PS4 Pro, depending on the retailer.