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Tim Sweeney on the Tech Demo: "Nanite and Lumen tech powering it will be fully supported on both PS5 and Xbox Series X and will be awesome on both."

OSC

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Hold up ps5 is now 3080ti?lmao. Nvidia is going bankrupt this year because its upcoming top performer is getting owned by an AMD APU.
Probably not. But it is a possibility given the vast majority of high end laptops are 1080p, and that looked like a thick notebook. Thick notebook usually means one of two things it is mobile gpu non maxq gpu possibly even 2080 or 2080 super, or it is a cheap gaming notebook. If say it was a 2080 super running it at 1080p 40fps, that would imply ps5 possibly surpasses 3080ti when not using ray tracing.
 
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PS4 had 50% more CUs than xb1, but they were only running 7% slower than xb1. Even so the PS4 didn’t blow xb1 out of the water.
It depends what you mean by blow out of the water. The PS4 had 40% more teraflops and was running games with 44% more pixels.

In DF's limited testing they found RDNA 1 scaled better by increasing CUs than by increasing clockspeed, everything else being equal. Obviously RDNA 2 is a different architecture, but I think it is conceivable that XSX's (smaller) theoretical performance advantage will be reflected in a corresponding resolution difference.
 
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