The specs of the forthcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X were last month revealed by Sony and Microsoft . Both spec lists have plenty of technical information to digest, but they’re essentially both using variations of high-end PC hardware that’s easy to find in many current gaming computers. So why not build a PC as close as I could to match the specs of the next-gen consoles ? I built the computer using parts as similar as I could, while matching the specs with the understanding that the PC would not be a true representation of the new PlayStation and Xbox. My goal is to simply test out how powerful the consoles might actually be. Now playing: Watch this: PlayStation 5 vs. Xbox Series X: Testing specs inside… 7:15 After running some tests pitting the PlayStation 4 Pro against this mighty PC, it became clear that these next-gen consoles are going to be true powerhouses in comparison to their predecessors. Not only is the PS5’s fourth-gen PCIe NVMe drive going to significantly improve load times, the GPU in the Xbox Series X is really going to bring the console up to modern gaming standards. These tests do not directly… Read full this story
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