It is - 0.55GHz faster. I think @mid_gen is including the GPU which is indeed pretty capable. But there are rumours that Microsoft is releasing two Xbox Next consoles - one which is likely to have a similar GPU to the Xbox One X but with a Zen 2 CPU and another more expensive model with better GPU. So why would they keep supporting the Xbox One X if a cheaper Xbox Next (maybe priced at £299) is going to be launched with a CPU which will trounce the X? We're beginning to see games coming out now that are hitting native 4K on X1X and 1440p on PS4 Pro. (No third party seems be giving two figs about checkerboarding now but that's another story.) The former wobbles around 25-30fps and the latter is more solid 30fps. So what will that be like next-gen when you've got a Zen CPU running the show? Even PC gamers with weaker CPUs will be in for a shock.