10-05-2001, 11:25 PM
I Know Most Of You Guy's Know This Stuff But I'll Post It For Those DeveleXmentally Challenged!

The Console
CPU: 733 MHz chip crafted by Intel
Graphics Processor: 250MHz custom chip named XGPU, developed by Microsoft and nVIDIA
Total Memory: The RAM in the Xbox will be supplied by Micron, it will be 64 MB running at 200MHz DDR (Double-Data-Rate)
Memory Bandwidth: 6.4 GB/sec
Polygon Performance: 125 M/sec
Sustained Polygon Performance: 100+ M/sec (transformed and lit polygons per second)
Micropolygons/particles per second: 125 M/sec
Particle Performance: 125 M/sec
Simultaneous Textures: 4
Pixel Fill Rate - No Texture: 4.0 G/Sec (anti-aliased)
Pixel Fill Rate - 1 Texture: 4.0 G/Sec (anti-aliased)
Compressed Textures: Yes (6:1)
Full Scene Anti-Alias: Yes
Micro Polygon Support: Yes
Storage Medium: 2-5x DVD, 10GB hard disk, 8MB memory card
I/0: 2-5x DVD, 10GB hard disk, 8MB memory card
Audio Channels:64 (up to 256 stereo voices)
3D Audio Support: Yes
MIDI DLS2 Support: Yes
AC3 Encoded Game Audio: Yes
Broadband Enabled: Yes
Modem Enabled: No
DVD Movie Playback: Remote control package required
Maximum Resolution: 1920x1080
Maximum Resolution (2x32bpp frame buffers +Z): 1920x1080
HDTV Support: Yes
Controller Ports: 4 USB Ports

The Controller

The Xbox controller is designed from thousands of hours of comfort and usability testing. It is home to:
- Two analog pressure point triggers
- 6 analog buttons (red, blue, green, yellow, black, and white) with 256 degrees of accuracy and control
- 1 eight way directional pad
- 2 menu navigational buttons (back, start)
- 2 peripheral expansion slots,
- 9 feet of cable
- 2 vibration feedback motors for that extra buzz of reality.

Connection Devices & Add-Ons
High Definition AV Pack: This pack connects users that have high-definition ready TVs that support 480p 720p and 1080f component video signals, analog inputs and / or digital receivers.
Memory Unit: Serving as a solution for needed extra storage space.
Advanced AV Pack: Works with S-Video and AV input TVs
RF Adapter: Connects the Xbox to TVs without audio and video connections
Standard AV Cable: Connects the Xbox to TVs equipped with audio and video input terminals (not included with xbox)
System Link Cable: A cable for connecting two consoles for 8 player gameplay
DVD Kit: A Kit is required for DVD Movie playback, the kit includes an infa red receiver and a remote.

Images of the Hardware...

The Motherboard:

The Console Map:

The Controller Map:

10-06-2001, 12:21 AM
whoa, that looks like its some complicated s* its all good though, we know xbox is gonna be good, im surprised there werent little elfs in there on treadmills or somethin

10-06-2001, 01:28 PM
Did Ya check out The Specs on The Mobo!