Users are already trying to connect other external drives to the new Xbox consoles. Namely, there is still only one official disc available, where Seagate probably has an annual exclusivity. At the same time, it has brought only a 1TB version and does not give it the cheapest.
Theoretically, you could buy a cheaper drive. The only problem is that the console does not have an M.2 port, however CFExpress. Of course, this can be avoided by reducing it to M.2, which one Chinese man has just tried.
He bought a reducer (which is not easily available, but can also be made) and connected to it the same disk as the console in it and also as it is in the official card, ie WD CH SN530 m.2 2230 (must be CH version not PC, PC SN530 version is PCIe 3.0). Looks like it worked for him and saved him half the money.
He hasn’t tried other disks, but they definitely only go PCIe 4.0. We’ll see if someone tests it in more detail and how, for example, faster loading discs change game loading speeds.
Source: Sector.sk by www.sector.sk.
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