Even if you dont care about tv, those features will take 3 out of 8 gigs of ram

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  3. Even if you dont care about tv, those features will take 3 out of 8 gigs of ram
2 years ago#11
Lightthrower posted...
Parisinflames78 posted...
5 GB is enough ram for a game on a console. People dont understand how console hardware works. you cant compare a pc with 8 gigs of ram to a console with the same amount of ram.


But 7 at GDDR5 is better than 5 at DDR3.... see where I'm aiming?


oh 7 is good dont get me wrong and will probably be a little better in performance but the One will not be hurt by 5 GB of ram.
2 years ago#12
Parisinflames78 posted...
Lightthrower posted...
Parisinflames78 posted...
5 GB is enough ram for a game on a console. People dont understand how console hardware works. you cant compare a pc with 8 gigs of ram to a console with the same amount of ram.


But 7 at GDDR5 is better than 5 at DDR3.... see where I'm aiming?


oh 7 is good dont get me wrong and will probably be a little better in performance but the One will not be hurt by 5 GB of ram.


But coupled with the fact that the GPU in PS4 is also more powerful than the one found in Xbox One (50% more raw power) paints the next Xbox to be quite crippled next to its primary competitor.

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-spec-analysis-xbox-one
2 years ago#13
That's fine, you can always just download moar sheep
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2 years ago#14
Parisinflames78 posted...
5 GB is enough ram for a game on a console. People dont understand how console hardware works. you cant compare a pc with 8 gigs of ram to a console with the same amount of ram.


Exactly. People, go look at Bioshock Inifnite. That game runs on 512MB of RAM. So even with only 5 gigs, that's still 10X more than a system that runs Bioshock Infinite.
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2 years ago#15
bessy67 posted...
Parisinflames78 posted...
5 GB is enough ram for a game on a console. People dont understand how console hardware works. you cant compare a pc with 8 gigs of ram to a console with the same amount of ram.


Exactly. People, go look at Bioshock Inifnite. That game runs on 512MB of RAM. So even with only 5 gigs, that's still 10X more than a system that runs Bioshock Infinite.


No one is saying that the system can't produce nice looking games. But come on, 3gigs dedicated to the bloody OS?!
2 years ago#16
Parisinflames78 posted...
Lightthrower posted...
Parisinflames78 posted...
5 GB is enough ram for a game on a console. People dont understand how console hardware works. you cant compare a pc with 8 gigs of ram to a console with the same amount of ram.


But 7 at GDDR5 is better than 5 at DDR3.... see where I'm aiming?


oh 7 is good dont get me wrong and will probably be a little better in performance but the One will not be hurt by 5 GB of ram.


lol, 7GB GDDR5 vs only 5GB DDR3 is only a "little" better performance? It clearly show you have no understanding of computer hardware.
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