It turns out the Xbox Series X will have 12TFLOPS computing power. Considering that the PS5 will use similar hardware specifications as the Xbox Series X, the performance should not be much different.
Due to the rapid progress of this generation of host performance, many users are worried that the new host may be sold at an excessively high price. As for today, a forum user said that PS5 and Xbox Series X each will have two versions.
The source disclosed that he had ‘secretly reviewed the two new consoles of the two companies with NeoGaf employees.’ He said that both Sony and Microsoft will launch two versions, a high-end version and a basic version. The two versions will be released simultaneously with the same life cycle.
The source post:
‘Alright people. One last time..
I heard that there are 2 consoles per company. The mid-gen refreshes are going to be introduced at release so that these consoles can run the entire 7yr cycle.
XSX that was released yesterday is the top end one. 12TFLOPS
There will be a base Xbox Series X that is slower than that one.
Sony is releasing 2 PS models. The base PS5 is 9TFLOPs . Their other one is also top of the line to compete with XSX top dog.
This all makes sense now as to why people are getting mixed numbers for each of the platforms.
I also heard that the top of the line models will be expensive. No pricing but I would guess around $600.
Also no dates on when the top models will come out for PS5.
My guess is that they are going to release both models at the same time.
This is ALL I know and won’t be fishing for anymore info.’
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At present, we know the high-end version of the Xbox Series X with 12TFLOPS computing power will have weaker performance. The basic computing power of the PS5 is 9TFLOPS, and the high-end version is unknown. But it should be similar to the high-end version of the Xbox Series X. The price of the high-end version may be relatively high. So the source also speculates that it will exceed $600.