Microsoft: Xbox One software update gives access to GPU bandwidth




The update that Microsoft has released Wednesday for Xbox One gives developers access to ten percent more GPU bandwidth. Developers must still wait for a new SDK that they actually leave the extra GPU bandwidth appeal.

Originally, the 10 percent set aside for extra GPU bandwidth for Kinect and “System functions”, but according to CEO Phil Spencer Xbox new update makes it possible for developers to discuss the bandwidth rate. Microsoft had previously said it would give. Extra 10 percent free

Microsoft announces opposite Ars Technica that developers must decide how to use the extra 10 percent to GPU bandwidth itself. This is possible if the new SDK is released in June. Which gives developers ‘flexibility’, says a company spokesperson. That could indicate that developers no Kinect can appeal if they are to use the extra 10 percent elsewhere, more punctual at Ars Technica.

Microsoft announced the update for the Xbox One Wednesday, but then did not mention the extra GPU power. However, Microsoft announced that the update makes it possible to speak. Remote storage to They can also be automatically logged in, and support for the Smart Glass app, which acts as a “second screen” improved.


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