18% difference or a 2TF is not a lot when we're comparing a 10TF GPU to a 12TF GPU.
RTX 2070 Super 9TF
RTX 2080 Super 11.1TF
PS4 and XBOX GPUs are about 40% apart. This is not the case with the XSX and PS5.
Anyone who has been gaming on PC knows that reaching that target frame-rate will only result in a small reduction of resolution.
You can watch reviews when it comes to the difference between both GPUs and they'll tell you that the difference is not big, it's small.
XSX should have better RT due to more CUs, but we still don't know how much of a better performance the PS5 is going to receive due to a higher clock.
What's the tefaflop difference between the 2080 S and TI?
Never mind, I looked it up
13.45 for the 2080 TI
11.15 for the 2080 Super
The difference between those 2 is quite staggering with certain games.
I can see why, one has 496GB/s Bandwidth (Super) vs 616GB/s Bandwidth (TI)
448GB/s (PS5) vs 560GB/s (XSX) of memory bandwidth for VRAM is something that's often overlooked, it's not just a 2TF difference (At best case scenario) but a difference of 112GB/s for the portion of XSX dedicated to VRAM, that can have a significant impact.