8GB Of ram or more CPU- Ivy Bridge or quad core CPU AMP FX 8150 or higher GPU- Radeon 7950 2-3GB Of Vram or more GTX 670 or higher
PS4- 8 core jaguar weak amd apu gpu- radeon 7790 mini version 1GB Vram
Try 8GB of VRAM, but as we know, tons of VRAM doesn't mean much if you don't have the power to use it. I think the PS4 has enough power to effectively use maybe 3GB-4GB at max at 1080p with tons of optimization. We're not going to see console games on PC requiring insane VRAM.
This boy got 8 cores and 8 gigs son, you have any idea what them studios can do with all those ramz?!?
780 ti with 12 gb vram will be a waste because ps4 with a half bake 7730 will be highend
playing re6 with 8x sparse grid ss with 32xs(2x2 ss + 8 ms)+ mixed sample x128 + 32 forced anisotropic then I hear ps4 is powerful than my pc
Snuckie7 posted... Try reading the article next time mkay?
The major change between AMD’s Temash/Kabini Jaguar implementations as what’s done in the consoles is really all of the unified memory addressing work and any coherency that’s supported on the platforms. Memory buses are obviously very different as well, but the CPU cores themselves are pretty much identical to what we’ve outlined here.
Does that guy work for Sony? No he doesn't. Mark Cerny and other important Sony engineers who know what they're talking about have repeatedly said that the PS4's Jaguar has been modified to meet Sony's requirements for a high-peformance low-power unit. It's not just a tablet CPU. And I'm not even counting the fact that it comes with 8gb of GDDR5 memory (lightyears ahead of DDR3) that isn't even commercially available for PC's right now.
You do realize tablets are high-performance low-power devices right?
Oh, you thought they made this game for you? You clearly bought the wrong game.