A look at Xbox Series X games, 120Hz gaming and Storage Expansion Cards | MobileSyrup

After spending the last several weeks with the Xbox Series X, one thing is for certain: Microsoft's next video game console is set to focus on far different things than its predecessors.

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Didn't know that HDMI 2.0 TVs could handle 120fps gaming at 1440p on the Series X.

RaidenBlack177d ago

HDMI 1.2 supports 720p 120Hz and 1080p at 60Hz
HDMI 1.3 supports 1080p 120hz and 1440 at 60Hz
HDMI 1.4 supports 1080p 120hz and 1440 at 60Hz and 4K at 30Hz
HDMI 2.0 supports 1440p 120Hz and 4K at 60Hz

DJStotty177d ago

What? The Series X has a HDMI 2.1 port, and they were using an LG CX OLED which is a HDMI 2.1 compatible TV.

"Dirt 5 looked absolutely stunning running in 120Hz with a dynamic 1440p resolution on the HDMI 2.1 compatible 55-inch LG CX OLED television LG provided me with."

lonewolf10177d ago

You might be thinking of needing 2.1 for VRR?

pat_11_5177d ago

You need HDMI 2.1 for 4K 120Hz. Dirt 5 runs at 1440p when said to 120Hz as far as I'm aware.

lonewolf10176d ago


Indeed but the OP said 1440p @ 120 Hz/fps


High frame rates are a beautiful thing.

I play at 164 frames on my computer monitor and 120 frames 1440 on my TV

I'm truly glad that console gamers are going to get to experience the smooth gameplay offered by next gen.

It's definitely going to be a treat for you guys

Rimeskeem177d ago (Edited 177d ago )

I've honestly been curious if being on a mouse vs analog at high frame rates would create a smaller or larger difference for using just your thumb vs using a whole hand to aim.