The console party and the PC party have been arguing over who is better for many years, and neither side can convince the other. The PC party is most likely to ridicule the weak performance of the console. However, this problem may not be a problem in the new generation of consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X. The developers think that these two new consoles are more like PCs.
“Dawn of Fear” game developer Claus Ludewig said a few days ago that AMD’s Ryzen CPU makes the next-generation console PS5, Xbox Series X and PC closer, and the performance improvement can make many great things a reality.
Since the PS4 and Xbox One started to use AMD processors, the consoles have actually become PCs, and everyone has moved to X86-based processors and desktop-level graphics cards. However, the PS4 and Xbox One’s CPUs are still based ON the K10.5 architecture. Overall performance has fallen behind.
On PS5 and Xbox Series X, the functions of the two generations of consoles are completely different. Although the official specifications have not been officially announced, the main processor is undoubtedly customized by AMD. The CPU core is 7nm Zen2, and the GPU core is Navi, and most likely It is the RDNA2 generation, which supports light tracking.
In addition to CPU and GPU, PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles will also use high-performance SSD hard drives, and the memory/video memory will be of the GDDR6 generation. These specifications are not inferior to current high-performance PCs.
The final result is that the performance of the new generation of PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles has been greatly improved, and the data given by different revelations is different, but the performance of the two new consoles should reach or exceed 10TFLOPS. The level of high-end gaming PCs.