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    Seagate's new SSD for the Xbox One gives impressive loading times for big games, but it's not cheap.
    The story goes that PC gamers can already do 4K gaming and have lighting fast game loads due to the more advanced hardware abilities compared to a console. Some of that is finally changing with Project Scorpio next year and even this year's Xbox One S, which has slightly improved performance.

    Seagate's new Game Drive for Xbox SSD aims to give console gamers a boost in game load times, but at a price. I've been using the USB-enabled 512GB external drive for a few days and here is what I have found.

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    12-12-2016 01:11 PM

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