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La Xbox Series X est la console de jeu 4K de nouvelle génération de Microsoft. La Xbox Series X est sortie en même temps que sa cousine, la console Xbox Series S, le 10 novembre 2020.

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Xbox Series X System Clock Time Drift Causes Games to Run 5% Slower

I have two XSX and one of them runs consistently slower by 5% in a game because the system clock timing is off. I don’t know if the cause is the crystal oscillator or CMOS battery. I searched for hours and did not find anyone with this problem. Is this a widespread XSX issue no one noticed?

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My normal XSX shows 60 FPS and 60Hz. My slower XSX shows 63 FPS and 63Hz. This is consistent with a slow clock. The function to calculate FPS will count more frames if time runs slower.

My system clock time will drift by 2 minutes in 40 minutes. I restarted both and the system clock synchronized over the internet to 10:00 AM. Twenty minutes later one was 10:20 and the slower 10:19. Twenty three minutes later one was 10:43 and the slower 10:40.

King of Fighters XV, a new fighting game, has a training mode that shows how many frames you hold a direction or button. The game counts fewer frames on the slow XSX if I hold and release a button down at the same time on both XSX. For example, the normal XSX shows I held a button down for 100 frames and the slow XSX shows 94 frames.

Character idle animation and menu transitions run noticeably slower. If I reset a character on both XSX, the idle animation on the slow XSX will drift behind the normal XSX.

The normal XSX has a serial number lower than the slow XSX. Do newer XSX have this issue?

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That is a very interesting observation, 5% error is unbelievably large for CPU clock, usually this will just cause the system to fail completely at functional level instead of slowing down.

Xbox SoC actually has anti-tempering measures to lock the system out in case it detects power or clock manipulation, so on top of the functional level issue described above, I believe the clock actually works.

I tend to believe this is instead some bad parameters in the platform or OS level. Due to the extreme locked-down nature of the Xbox platform, there is nothing we can do other than getting Microsoft’s attention to this matter and have them debug it.

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I never opened the Xbox. What would trigger anti-tampering? I tried resetting the slow XSX completely. I swapped everything with the normal XSX to rule out controllers or HDMI.

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@timedrift As I said, power or clock manipulation. Imagine the RGH happening on Xbox One again, that's why they added anti-tampering.

It's not something you can figure out if reset does not work, just contact Microsoft.

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What are examples of power or clock manipulation?

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@timedrift Google RGH hack.

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