The PS5 and Xbox Series X are the focus of the attention of the players as the upcoming sub-era consoles. Today, according tomedia reports, a self-proclaimed developer source in the forum broke the news, leaked the PS5 and Xbox Series X detailed specifications, so that we have a certain understanding of the performance of the two sub-era consoles.
He worked as a game tester in a third-party studio with developer tools for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, the sources said. And they are using the developer version of the PS5 for the second edition, which has the ability to replace the hardware. Sony, on the other hand, has “adjusted” the delivery of the third version of the PS5.
This time, he revealed a detailed specification of the developer version of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, from which we can learn about the performance of the two sub-era consoles, so to speak of winning or losing.
GPU: 12.6 TFLOPS (RDNA 1.5)
CPU: AMD ZEN 2 at 3.6 GHz
Memory: 18 GB OF RAM, GDDR6 plus 4 GB DDR4
Storage: SSD 500 GB and 5.5 GB /s speed
Bandwidth: 576 GB/s
Additional details: Core dedicated to ray tracing and support for 3D audio
Xbox Series X:
GPU: 11,8 TFLOPS (RDNA 1.5)
Processor: AMD Zen 2 3.7 GHz
Memory: 16 GB RAM, GDDR6 plus 4 GB DDR4
Storage: 1 TB SSD with speed of 3.8 GB / s
Bandwidth: 596 GB/s
Additional details: Core dedicated to ray tracing
As with previous leaks, both hosts will be equipped with the 2 MM Zen 2 CPU and Navi RDNA GPU, and this time with SSD high-speed storage. However, the PS5 has slightly superior itys in floating-point computing and SSD speed, but the Xbox Series X has a higher main frequency and greater storage capacity. Performance between the two is winning, but given that the release date is still early, this may not be the final version.
There have been previous reports that Sony is struggling with the price of the PS5 because of the high cost of hardware. The developer version’s performance is likely to differ from the final retail version, and perhaps Sony will fine-tune storage and so on to ensure that the hardware doesn’t cost too much.