Recently,media found on Github to store the PS5 and Xbox Series X internal data, which had been uploaded to Github months ago, but its accuracy was only recently confirmed. Although it was data from a few months ago, the hardware performance of the host does not change in such a short period of time, so the data is referenced.
The PS5 is equipped with an 8-core Zen 2 architecture CPU, as well as a 36-group CU Navi architecture GPU with a GPU frequency of 2GHz, higher than all Navi graphics cards on the market, and the memory is an undisclosed version of GDDR6 memory with a speed of 448GB/s.
The Xbox Series X’s test data is incomplete, but it shows that it has the same 8-core Zen 2 processor as the PS5 (officially confirmed).
But the difference is that the Xbox Series X appears to be equipped with a custom 56 sets of CU Navi architecture GPU with a main frequency of 1700MHz, and given that there are only 40 cNUs on the market, this custom card should bring considerable GPU performance to the Xbox Series X. Media even speculated that its performance was not far from the RTX 2080 Ti.
Although the figures have not been officially confirmed, they are fairly credible, and it’s no wonder that the Xbox Series X and PS5 would be losing money if Sony and Microsoft stick to the $400 price tag.