Gotta love it when ppl just takes a number bigger than another and then call it a day. What about all the other hurdles the data has to "leap over" on PC?gen4.0 pci-e 4x = 7.88 GB/s speeds. which is enough to cover Raw SSD speeds for both consoles. no need for more and putting less is to close to theoretical speed limits(for the XBSX)
Like software decompression, storage -> system ram -> gpu ram, driver latencies etc.. the list goes on.. And oh.. your number is just a theoretical one too.
What are you even talking about here? PCIe with embedded SRAM? Where?, for what?All of the PCI-E Gen4.0 will use SRAM, again not PS5 Magic but more of a requirement to meet performance. even the current controllers have have SRAM
these things exist already.
Again just comparing numbers, you WILL be surprised when Sony shows their 1st party games in a few days, and see with your own eyes what their "inferior" console can do.The 2080ti is faster then the XBSX and PS5 GPU
pci-e gen3 SSDs will be slower than the PS5 SSD solution.
When you have enough power to render as many polys as there are pixels on the screen and match that with using all your GPU budget on what's inside your frustom, it enables a greater gen-leap than many previous console gens. And the star of the show, that enables all this? Yep, Sony's storage solution.
We don't have to wait long, I can guarantee all you PC enthusiasts will have your hands full trying to "debate" how all that shit Sony showed would be possible on a PC