Posted on: March 19, 2020 Posted by: Team SpotOn Comments: 0

The Microsoft Xbox Series X V Sony PS 5 comparison Chart provides an aid to compare hardware,  user interface and other features between the two as Xbox Series was first launched so we have certain more features relating to Xbox. Let’s see the features.

Feature      Xbox series x PS5
Release Date Holiday 2020 Holiday 2020
RAM 16GB GDDR6 RAM 16 GB GDDR6 RAM (256-bit)
Memory Bandwidth 10 GB AT 560GB/S, 6GB at 335GB/S  448GB/S
Peak GPU Shader Throughput  Variable Rate Shading (prioritizing individual shading N/A
Data Transfer Speed (I/O Throughput) 2.4gB/s (Raw), 4.8GB/s (Compressed) 5.5GB/S (Raw), 8-9GB/S (Compressed)
Storage 1 TB NVMe SSD Storage Drive Custom 825GB SSD Storage Drive
Backwards Compatibility Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Accessories  PlayStation 4 Games, PSVR
Streaming Game Service Project xCloud Remote Play (TBA)
Quick Resume  Support multiple games at once N/A
A/V Hookups Native 4K, 8K Support, 2 HDMI 2.1 Ports  8K Support
Cross Game Chat N/A N/A
Controllers  Series X Controller (Includes Share Button and hybrid D-Pad), Xbox One Controller Compatible N/A
Controller Charging Cable N/A USB Type-C
Subscription Service  Xbox Live  PlayStation Plus
USB  Front: One Type-A USB Port Rear: 1TB External SSD Slot N/A
Web Connection Ethernet N/A
Online Game Play Paid Access Via Xbox Live Gold Subscription Paid Access Via PS+ Subscription
BlueTooth Yes (Plus Radio Connection for Controllers) N/A
  • The Playstation 5 will debut the use of variable frequencies – called a “boost”, which allows it to boost performance regardless of ambient temperature, where it analyze workloads on GPU/CPU and adjust the frequencies to match – allowing it to hit GPU frequencies at a high rate instead of hitting a power spike and lowering performance.
  • The PlayStation 5 will allow you to choose which part of a game you download first, and will also let you delete part of a game’s save data. Rather than deleting the whole game, you can remove the multiplayer or campaign if you’re finished with it. 
  • The next DualShock will have adaptive triggers, haptic feedback instead of the rumble motor, and an “improved speaker’’.

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