Apparently, the Xbox Series X will be shipping out with a much faster and beefed up GPU than its rival, the PlayStation 5. We heard rumors in early 2019 that Microsoft aims to feature their next-gen console with 8C/16T and 12 TFLOPs of performance and now after almost a year gone by, we see those claims slowly coming closer to the truth.
Microsoft is looking for a November 22 release with a $500 price tag. Here is a look at both the options side by side, and on paper Xbox Series X takes the lead by a margin and we can be expecting a huge performance gap between the two. Check out the Xbox Series X – World Premier in 4k here.
Xbox Series X
- 12 TFLOPs
- 56 Compute Units
- 560GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
- 9.2 TFLOPs
- 36 Compute Units
- 448GB/sec and 512GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
Even though there is a gap in the specs of both the next-gen consoles on paper, we will need to wait for the real in-game performance of the two to paint a clearer picture among them and whether Microsoft can make a comeback from the failure of its previous console as compared to the massively successful PlayStation 4.