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Does the Xbox One S support 4K UHD gaming?

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Best answer: No. The Xbox One S isn't powerful enough to reproduce 4K UHD visuals for games, maxing out at 1080p HD. For 4K visuals in games, you'll want an Xbox One X. 4K console gaming: Xbox One X (From $362 at Amazon) 4K media, but no 4K games The Xbox One S is based on the original Xbox One from 2013, and doesn't have the hardware clout to run games at 4K. Sporting roughly 1.4 teraflops of computational power, the Xbox One S is limited to 1080p HD visuals at most, with developers often sacrificing resolution for other visual features, bumping their games down to 900p or even to 720p in some cases. That's not to say games necessarily look bad on the Xbox One S, they simply don't shine as much as they do on another console like the Xbox One X.......

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