There is almost no information known about the two upcoming gaming consoles, but people are already drawing comparations between them and choosing their favorite. Xbox chief Phil Spencer said that more information about Series X console would be announced at E3 2020 gaming event, but Sony representatives are mostly keeping the silence regarding the PS5.
However, there have been countless leaks surfacing from sources such as 4Chan or Reddit on both consoles. Here are some information on the leaked specifications of the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
The consoles’ leaked specifications have been observed among the AMD internal testing data that is posted on GitHub. The benchmark test results have also been uploaded to be compared, with both of them noting significant elements from the American multinational semiconductor company.
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Here are the leaked tech specs for Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X, as they were uploaded:
Sony PlayStation 5
- CPU: AMD Zen 2 with 3.6 GHz clock speed
- GPU: 12.6 teraflops with RDNA 1.5 microarchitecture
- RAM: 18 GB GDDR4 with 4 GB DDR4
- Storage: 500 GB SSD at 5.5 GB/s
- Bandwidth: 576 GB/s
Microsoft Xbox Series X
- CPU: AMD Zen 2 with 3.7 GHz clock speed
- GPU: 11.8 teraflops with RDNA 1.5 microarchitecture
- RAM: 16 GB GDDR4 with 4 GB DDR4
- Storage: 1 TB SSD at 3.8 GB/s
- Bandwidth: 596 GB/s
PS5 vs. Xbox Series X – Which One is Better?
The PS5 and Xbox Series X tech specs comparison above has the PS5 dominating the war again. However, nothing can be trusted for now, as these leaks have not been officially confirmed. Some reports even said that Microsoft’s Xbox Series X has an advantage over Sony’s console, and that is why no leak should be trusted.
Xbox Series X could be announced at E3 2020, while Sony has already launched the PS5 website on which started promotions, meaning that the release is rather near.
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