As Hyped Pixels reports, early demolitions of the new consoles reveal the design choices Microsoft and Sony have made. The internal memory of the PS5 is soldered to the motherboard, so the entire circuit board has to be replaced if the flash memory fails. However, Microsoft instead opted for an easy-to-fix solution.
As the Siris Ex tweet above shows, the Xbox Series X uses an M.2 2230 NVMe SSD from Western Digital. It is plugged into the motherboard and covered by a flat copper heat sink. This means that replacing the SSD is as easy as loosening a screw and removing the heat sink. It is unlikely that Microsoft will ever assist users in performing such an upgrade themselves. However, this means that memory repairs are easier, faster, and cheaper. Twitter also uses Rato Borrachudo
The Xbox Series S uses the same solution.
Acabei de desmontar o Xbox Series S e temos uma notícia ótima, o mesmo também usa um M.2 nMVE e de marca diferente, segue as fotos pic.twitter.com/zpqsgBu16l— Rato Borrachudo #Ratao4M (@ratoborrachudo) November 9, 2020
Hackers are sure to be very interested in the news of a removable drive because if you can replace the main memory, it may offer the option of adding a new SSD with a different or modified operating system on board (assuming they can bypass any protections Microsoft has put in place ).
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