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How to open 4K and 120Hz on Xbox Series X consoles?

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Yunus Emre

The Xbox Series X console is a beast, loaded to the gills full of next-gen features. Quick Resume, however, is not ready for use immediately. The system’s most powerful features are not enabled by default. S games. It is actually quite simple than you think.

Xbox icon will showcase unparalleled load times, heightened visuals, and steadier framerates at up to 120FPS. Xbox development environment as well as previously released titles that have been rebuilt specifically for Xbox Series X|S consoles.

How to enable 4K and 120Hz on Xbox Series X|S consoles?

  • Go to Settings by pulling up the dashboard using the Xbox button on the controller.
  • Select 4K TV Details from TV & Display Options. You will see checkmarks next to Native 1080p at 120FPS and/or Dolby Vision4K 120Hz. You should check that all of these are enabled. Some displays may not support HDMI 2.0 on all ports. You need to ensure that your HDMI switch supports HDMI 2.1 if you are connecting directly to your TV. S will tell you if your TV supports 120Hz.
  • Return to General. You will find the Xbox Series X refresh speed option in the left column. Here you can adjust the dropdown selection between 60Hz and 120Hz. If your display supports 120Hz, you won’t see the option to change between 60Hz or 120Hz.

Why 120Hz Xbox Series X refresh rates are important?

The Xbox Series X console is the ultimate next-generation gaming console. It’s right next to the PS5 and features the full suite next-gen gaming features such as powerful hardware, a lightning-fast SSD, real-time raytracing support, and much more. You can also play physical games with the integrated 4K Bluray player. The Xbox Series S’s GPU is superior and can play games at higher resolutions. It can also push games up to 120 frames per second.

Xbox Series S, on the other hand, still offers all the next-gen features that make these consoles exciting like SSD and real-time Ray-tracing support. The Xbox Series S does not have a physical disc drive, but it has a digital-only option and decent GPU power. It targets a lower resolution than its Xbox Series X counterpart (1440p versus 4K), and is less able to run games at 120 FPS.

Why 120Hz? Gaming has been enjoying 60 frames per second for years because that’s what TVs support. 60 frames per second were the standard for TVs so games could send 60 frames per minute to the screen. You can get a smoother picture with 120Hz displays. They double the image refresh rate, which gives you a smoother picture. S consoles.

The display in your home still plays a significant role. Although 4K 120Hz TVs have been steadily becoming more common, most displays still operate at 60Hz. You should always check the specifications of any TV that you purchase. A TV’s refresh rate should not exceed 120Hz. At least one HDMI port should be HDMI 2.0 to allow for a 4K/120Hz signal. Xbox Series X|S is the place to look.

Xbox Series X|S game supports the feature. Xbox Series X|S titles that have added the feature through official patches (Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Gears 5, Destiny 2, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, to name a few), and quite a few older titles play at 120Hz thanks to the Xbox Series X|S. Many, if not all, games allow you to enable 120fps performance when you first start it up.