Since the announcement of the Xbox Series X we've shared with you all the details from the network around Microsoft's new console. How could it be otherwise, power has become one of the hottest topics in all communities and forums. About the power of the Xbox Series X already speaking Phil Spencer On the same day the commission was officially announced, making it clear that they want to conserve great power on consoles and although some don't want to believe it, in this house it is clear that there is not much room for interpretation in their statements, the Xbox Series X can be more powerful than the PlayStation 5.
Aside from these statements, continuing to guess which console will be more powerful, yesterday we were told that the Xbox Series X should integrate power and content into equal parts and that it's pointless to have a very powerful console, if your content doesn't have Public access. With the power back, new hardware-related features to be launched by Microsoft's new consoles have been released, giving the Redmond console a power struggle gained by significant differences.
Xbox Series X: 12 TFLOPs and PlayStation 5: 9.2 TFLOP
The texts have been re-filtered ever since Digital availability They may point out that they can come directly from AMD and leave us the results you see below:
Xbox Series X
- CPU: 8 Core Zen 2 with SMT – clock frequency is not specified.
- GPU: 56 Navi computer units set to 1700 MHz.
- RAM: GDDR6 at 560 GB / s (preferably 512 GB / s) – invisible capacity.
- CPU: 8 Zen 2 cores with SMT – clock frequency is not displayed.
- GPU: 36 Navi computer units at 2000 MHz.
- RAM: GDDR6 at 448GB / s (preferably 512GB / s) – an invisible capacity.
As they note with Digital Foundry, if this specific details of the Xbox Series X machine can be much more powerful than the PlayStation 5 but also more expensive. At Digital Foundry the PlayStation 5 specifications can provide some benefit while launching the console at a much more refined price than the Xbox Series X may offer.
This is a test based on the aforementioned books and it would not look at how much Microsoft would be willing to risk the Xbox Series X coming to market at a competitive price.