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As far as PS5 is concerned, it runs on AMD chips all the way through. An eight-core CPU is running on a different version of the Ryzen line.
7nm Zen 2 is the microarchitecture used in this CPU. But, unfortunately, if you look at its CPU, it isn't potent.
AMD also makes the PS5's GPU. It's called the Radeon Navi line, and it can do a process called ray tracing, which takes a lot of resources.
This information comes from an interview Mark Cerny had with WIRED. Later, we learned that the GPU runs at 10.28 TFLOPS with 2.23GHz, which is close to the Xbox Series X GPU.
The PS5 also comes with a 4K Blu-ray player. Again, it aligns with the Xbox one S and Xbox One X. The discs can hold 100GB, twice as much as the previous generation.
The Xbox Series X has 12 TFLOPS of power, eight times more powerful than the Xbox One. And it is twice as energetic as the Xbox One X. It also has twice as much energy as the Xbox One X.
It has 16GB of RAM called GDDR6. The Xbox One X has 12GB of GDDR5 RAM. So even a tiny amount of extra RAM would likely be enough for future games.
Variable-rate shading and a low-latency mode are two other features. These allow you to get better response times out of your games.
When we start, Sony has a controller called the DualSense. DualSense is a new name for the best controller for console games. Sony dropped the rumble motors in favor of haptic feedback. So the name change came about because DualSense is now called DualSense.
It's better because of the new technology that makes games feel more natural. For example, the analog stick has resistance. And the triggers have different levels of resistance. So it makes them feel like they're reacting in the game.
Its design has changed. The PS5 controller has a longer battery life than the PS4 controller.
Older PlayStation controllers look a lot like this one. It seems like a mix of Microsoft and Sony's two controllers.
The Xbox Series X controller looks almost the same as its predecessor, only with a new share button on the front.
The directional pad (D-pad) has been changed and now looks and works like the Xbox One Elite 2 controller.
Nothing has changed in terms of technology. And the look and feel are the same as they always have been.
If you already love Xbox controllers, there's nothing new to get used to here, so don't worry. These new Series X controllers work with the Xbox One and charge with a USB-C cable.
They changed how their top gaming devices looked this time around. As a result, the PS5 seems like a modern art installation, while the Series X looks more like a secret weapon.
PS5's design is a little love/hate for some people because it's curvy and doesn't look like it should be. Also, the front of the PS5 is shiny, which makes it easy to get fingerprints on. The Xbox Series X has a matte finish.
You can use them vertically or horizontally. But the Series X is a cuboid, which feels a little bulkier. But, both look good and would be easy to put in the living room.
PS5 with a disc drive costs $499.99, while the PS5 Digital Edition with no disc drive costs $399.99, £359.99, or $1599.95.
Sony's PlayStation 5 was released in North America and Asia on November 12. Meanwhile, the rest of the world got their hands on the PS5 a week later, November 19.
Launched on November 10, 2020, they cost $499 / £449 / AU$749 and $299/£249.