Sony recently revealed the details of the specifications of the PlayStation 5 game console, which comes with an AMD processor that is based on Zen 2 with eight cores and 3.5GHz, while Zen 2 processor in Xbox Series X comes with eight cores and 3.8GHz, which Reduced to 3.6GHz with SMT enabled.
Upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X gaming platforms differ in SSD memory and screen cards, as Sony has chosen AMD dedicated graphics card based on the RDNA 2 for the PS5 platform, which offers a 10.28 teraflop gaming unit, with 36 computing units, at a frequency of 2.23 GHz per Alone.
On the other hand, Microsoft is introducing the RDNA 2-based AMD graphics card to the Xbox Series X platform, which offers 12 teraflops, with 52 computing units at a frequency of 1.825GHz per unit.
Sony uses variable frequencies in the processing unit and the graphics card, which will boost the speed as in computers, but Mark Cerny, head of Sony PS5 department, stressed that the control unit will adhere to the energy specified in it to maintain the level of heat in the system, so it will determine the performance of the system according to games Sony expects that game developers will offer lower computing units with a variable speed rate for the best performance on the PS5 platform.
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