Anonymous developers continue talking about the PlayStation 5, and is that the latest statements praise the architecture of the console to the point of indicating that it is the best architecture they have seen in history, although of course, giving the statements anonymously takes away credibility to these words. Despite this, they continue the trend we have seen in recent months about the combination of high-performance hardware used, although it seems that everything will revolve around its fast SSD with a PCI-Express 4.0 interface, and although it is very fast, it is still Sony has not shown in practice the benefits that implies that everything revolves around your SSD.
These statements come just a week before the Sony event focused on the PlayStation 5, although this event will be focused on games . Rumors indicated that Sony will hold more events in the coming months, so any information around technologies or in-depth talk about the console’s hardware is expected to be unveiled next week.
Now the important thing is to wait until next week to find out if everything is marketing, or if Sony will be able to close mouths showing the potential of its console in the real world , that is, that it shows real gameplays where, in addition to visual quality, it is See the impact of the SSD on the gaming experience.
|Console||Playstation 5||Xbox Series X|
|CPU||8x Zen2 @ 3.50 GHz cores||8x Zen2 @ 3.80 GHz cores (3.60 GHz with SMT active)|
|GPU||GPU with 36 CUs / 2304 Stream Processors @ 2.23 GHz (variable frequency) with 10.28 TFLOPs of total power||GPU with 52 CUs / 3328 Stream Processors @ 1.82 GHz with 12 TFLOPs of total power|
|Memory||16GB GDDR6||16GB GDDR6|
|Bandwidth||448GB / s||10GB @ 560GB / s & 6GB @ 336GB / s|
|Capacity||825GB custom NVMe SSD||1TB Custom NVMe SSD|
|SSD||5.5GB / s, 8-9GB / s (compressed)||2.4GB / s, 4.8GB / s (compressed)|
|External storage||NVMe SSD||1TB proprietary expansion SSD|