Get an inside look at how the Xbox One X is made

We are now a little over a month away until the release of the Xbox One X. Although we have seen the console in great detail, including how it's constructed, it never hurts to take another look at the unit that is being dubbed one of the most powerful models to date.

The Verge was invited to Microsoft's Washington headquarters to have a look at the process of building an Xbox One X and its accessories. The outlet details the internals of the unit like its custom AMD processor, along with the GPU. At the one minute and 27-second mark, we get treated to visuals of prototypes, like a black and white variant, which looks quite stellar.

As you can tell from its design, the Xbox One X shares a similar look to that of the Xbox One S. But it is quite different on the inside, with the One X actually requiring Vapor Chamber cooling to properly expel all of the heat. Lastly, you get to see the paint process of the console and its controllers, with the One X being colored in a matte paint job dubbed Infinite Black.

The Xbox One X will arrive at retail on November 7 and is now available for pre-order from various retailers around the world.

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