Apparently PS4 CPU is clocked higher than Xbox One CPU

#1MilesTeg420Posted 12/20/2013 10:21:02 AM(edited)
http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=737629&page=1

http://gamingbolt.com/substance-engine-increases-ps4-xbox-one-texture-generation-speed-to-14-mbs-12-mbs-respectively

Both systems have 8 core Jaguar based CPUs from AMD, but prior to release Microsoft was promoting the fact that their CPU was clocked higher at 1.75Ghz. The benchmarks here imply the PS4 CPU is actually running at 2Ghz in order to produce 14 MB/s versus 12 MB/s for the Xbox One. The other possibility is that these figures are for the whole CPU and not a single core as labelled. In that case it would imply PS4 is using 7 cores at 1.75Ghz versus 6 cores at the same frequency.

Since this tech is purely algorithmic on CPU and not boiund by bandwidth we can't look to the PS4's GPU or GDDR5 to explain the difference. The only logical conclusion is the PS4 has a faster CPU, despite Microsoft's protestations to the contrary.Sony has never officially disclosed the PS4's CPU clockspeed.

Apparently a developer also chimed in on the topic seemingly confirming it. Guess that old rumor of PS4 CPU being at 2ghz was legit.
#2Sniper_BrosefPosted 12/20/2013 10:21:11 AM
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#3MilesTeg420(Topic Creator)Posted 12/20/2013 10:24:33 AM
Sniper_Brosef posted...
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Yep. I'm here to bring you brand new Xbox One related news.
#4SigmaLongshotPosted 12/20/2013 10:31:19 AM
Playstation 4 is confirmed to run at one Brazilian Tetraflogs. Xbox One can only go up to a Thrifty Scant of Snuffobytes.

This effectively means if you run the exact same game on them side by side on televisions that cost as much as some cars, you can see exactly two more cobbles in the former version of Super Yorkshire Visit HD.
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#5djwagonPosted 12/20/2013 10:46:05 AM
MilesTeg420 posted...
http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=737629&page=1

http://gamingbolt.com/substance-engine-increases-ps4-xbox-one-texture-generation-speed-to-14-mbs-12-mbs-respectively

Both systems have 8 core Jaguar based CPUs from AMD, but prior to release Microsoft was promoting the fact that their CPU was clocked higher at 1.75Ghz. The benchmarks here imply the PS4 CPU is actually running at 2Ghz in order to produce 14 MB/s versus 12 MB/s for the Xbox One. The other possibility is that these figures are for the whole CPU and not a single core as labelled. In that case it would imply PS4 is using 7 cores at 1.75Ghz versus 6 cores at the same frequency.

Since this tech is purely algorithmic on CPU and not boiund by bandwidth we can't look to the PS4's GPU or GDDR5 to explain the difference. The only logical conclusion is the PS4 has a faster CPU, despite Microsoft's protestations to the contrary.Sony has never officially disclosed the PS4's CPU clockspeed.

Apparently a developer also chimed in on the topic seemingly confirming it. Guess that old rumor of PS4 CPU being at 2ghz was legit.

wow thanks for repeating OLD news .everyone knew about this 6 months ago.guess your just getting the news today .did the tinfoil fall off .to get this news
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#6MilesTeg420(Topic Creator)Posted 12/20/2013 10:49:20 AM
djwagon posted...
MilesTeg420 posted...
http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=737629&page=1

http://gamingbolt.com/substance-engine-increases-ps4-xbox-one-texture-generation-speed-to-14-mbs-12-mbs-respectively

Both systems have 8 core Jaguar based CPUs from AMD, but prior to release Microsoft was promoting the fact that their CPU was clocked higher at 1.75Ghz. The benchmarks here imply the PS4 CPU is actually running at 2Ghz in order to produce 14 MB/s versus 12 MB/s for the Xbox One. The other possibility is that these figures are for the whole CPU and not a single core as labelled. In that case it would imply PS4 is using 7 cores at 1.75Ghz versus 6 cores at the same frequency.

Since this tech is purely algorithmic on CPU and not boiund by bandwidth we can't look to the PS4's GPU or GDDR5 to explain the difference. The only logical conclusion is the PS4 has a faster CPU, despite Microsoft's protestations to the contrary.Sony has never officially disclosed the PS4's CPU clockspeed.

Apparently a developer also chimed in on the topic seemingly confirming it. Guess that old rumor of PS4 CPU being at 2ghz was legit.

wow thanks for repeating OLD news .everyone knew about this 6 months ago.guess your just getting the news today .did the tinfoil fall off .to get this news


Not really bro. Before this PS4 CPU was estimated at 1.6ghz with Xbox One at 1.75ghz. This is new news and further widens the gap between platforms.
#7Skill4ReelPosted 12/20/2013 10:49:34 AM
SigmaLongshot posted...
Playstation 4 is confirmed to run at one Brazilian Tetraflogs. Xbox One can only go up to a Thrifty Scant of Snuffobytes.


How the hell can XBOX One possibly run Titanfall with so few snuffobytes? This is unacceptable. Mine is going back to the store.
#8djwagonPosted 12/20/2013 10:53:53 AM
MilesTeg420 posted...
djwagon posted...
MilesTeg420 posted...
http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=737629&page=1

http://gamingbolt.com/substance-engine-increases-ps4-xbox-one-texture-generation-speed-to-14-mbs-12-mbs-respectively

Both systems have 8 core Jaguar based CPUs from AMD, but prior to release Microsoft was promoting the fact that their CPU was clocked higher at 1.75Ghz. The benchmarks here imply the PS4 CPU is actually running at 2Ghz in order to produce 14 MB/s versus 12 MB/s for the Xbox One. The other possibility is that these figures are for the whole CPU and not a single core as labelled. In that case it would imply PS4 is using 7 cores at 1.75Ghz versus 6 cores at the same frequency.

Since this tech is purely algorithmic on CPU and not boiund by bandwidth we can't look to the PS4's GPU or GDDR5 to explain the difference. The only logical conclusion is the PS4 has a faster CPU, despite Microsoft's protestations to the contrary.Sony has never officially disclosed the PS4's CPU clockspeed.

Apparently a developer also chimed in on the topic seemingly confirming it. Guess that old rumor of PS4 CPU being at 2ghz was legit.

wow thanks for repeating OLD news .everyone knew about this 6 months ago.guess your just getting the news today .did the tinfoil fall off .to get this news


Not really bro. Before this PS4 CPU was estimated at 1.6ghz with Xbox One at 1.75ghz. This is new news and further widens the gap between platforms.


LOL who cares .man YOU trolls will think of anything to do to make up bs threads.I could careless if the ps4 and the xbox one is off by one degree in power.I play them to play video games NOT worry about which one CRAPS better then the other one does LIKE trolls like you tc do every waking second your up
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#9MilesTeg420(Topic Creator)Posted 12/20/2013 10:56:16 AM
You need to calm down man. First it's old news, then it's who cares and insults. Get mad at Microsoft for underdelivering. Let them know how unhappy you are about the Xbox One specs.
#10krystylaPosted 12/20/2013 10:57:51 AM
MilesTeg420 posted...
You need to calm down man. First it's old news, then it's who cares and insults. Get mad at Microsoft for underdelivering. Let them know how unhappy you are about the Xbox One specs.


Why make this topic when you already predict it
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