We came across technically with our article titled PlayStation 5 vs Xbox Series X, with new game consoles with technical specifications. Let’s see which console is superior?
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X officially arrive at the end of 2020. The remarkable new generation game consoles are now officially detailed. When we look, both game consoles are on the road with really high performance. Models that will make 4K 60 FPS acting standard in the console world are also preparing to make a difference with the support of Ray Tracing, which has led to light games. According to the published official features, there are two big differences between the consoles in terms of basic equipment. Let’s talk about the GPU issue first. When we look at it, Series X seems to be slightly superior to its competitor in terms of graphics. However, this is not expected to make an enormous difference in the games that will be released. Because the developers (except for the special games) design the games they prepared to give high performance in both consoles.
The hardware that will make the biggest difference between the two consoles is SSD storage. The PS5‘s dedicated 825 GB NVMe SSD unit operates at a full 5,500 Mbps. Here, the special 1 TB NVMe SSD unit in the Xbox Series X operates at 2,400 Mbps. So there is a very, very serious difference. Thanks to this difference, it seems that PlayStation 5 will load the games at a significantly faster rate than the eyes. SSD speeds, of course, do not affect pure gaming performance (Graphically). However, it still seems that everything will work much more serially on PS5.
If PlayStation 5 vs Xbox Series X determines the winner games …
When we look over the game, it seems that the winner will be PlayStation 5 by far. Because it is explained that the console will come with many special games at the exit. It is said that Series X will have no special games on the first stage. In other words, all new games will be available on both PC and Serie X. This will reduce the appeal of the console to players who already have a PC. PS5, on the other hand, creates the impression that it will attract with its special games.
Technical comparison chart for new generation consoles
|PlayStation 5||Xbox Series X|
|Processor (CPU)||AMD Zen 2 (3.5GHz, eight-core)||AMD Zen 2 (3.8GHz, eight-core)|
|Graphics unit (GPU)||AMD RDNA 2 (10.28 teraflops, 36CU)||AMD RDNA 2 (12 teraflops, 52CU)|
|Memory (RAM)||16GB GDDR6||16GB GDDR6|
|Storage||825GB (NVMe SSD)||1TB (NVMe SSD)|
|Optical driver||4K Ultra HD Blu-ray||4K Ultra HD Blu-ray|
|4K and 8K support||Available||Available|