Xbox Series X Beats PS5 Graphics: Xbox series X vs PS5 Graphics Next Gen Comparison

January 17, 2021 33 Views

The Xbox Series X will feature a custom AMD Zen 2 processor (7nm) with a custom Navi RDNA 2 GPU that supports ray tracing, 4K gaming at 60 frames, frame rates at up to 120 frames per second, 8K resolution support and the fastest GDDR6 memory, along with variable refresh rates.

With the Xbox Series X representing a significant upgrade. It sports a custom GPU with 12 teraflops of power and 52 compute units running at 1.825GHz. That’s basically the most powerful graphics processing chip in any console to date – even more powerful than the one adopted by the forthcoming PS5.

Games used for this video:

Halo Infinite – Xbox series X
Microsoft Flight Simulator – Xbox series X
Assassins Creed Valhalla – Xbox series X
Far cry 6 – Xbox series X
Cyberpunk 2077 – Xbox Series X
Minecraft – Xbox sereis X
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23 Comments

  1. This video is utter bullshit, and that comes out of an Xbox fan:. Here's why:

    1. As another user here pointed out at 0:34 the gameplay clip of Watch Dogs: Legion tagged as "PS5 gameplay" has Xbox button imputs

    2. How can games like Watch Dogs: Legion, Battlefield V and Minecraft (as mind you all shown in this video) achieves framerates WAY ABOVE 60fps when they're capped at 60fps for both consoles
    ?

    Both consoles are equally impressive graphically wise, at least in my opinion. Some games shine better on the PS5, others do the same thing on the Series X. It'll be at least 1-2 years until we can expect what both of these machines can truly achieve but for now, i feel like all of these "superiority-like" comparisons against the two consoles are worthless.

  2. PS5 always seems to do richer snow effects than the XSX. XSX is better suited to PC-ish realism, PS5 is better suited to artistic flair. Who wins is dependent on opinion including, of course, what games you happen to want to catch up on / experience for the first time. PS5 can do really rich colour shading and contrast – some games will really 'pop' and be the best console experience. I say that as probably a XSX buyer this time because I like its form factor, its Xbox Design Labs for controllers, its ability to tap in to more games also available on PC, and I want to experience some of its games. I don't like certain Sony ways such as their constant reliance on collectathons like Ratchet and Clank and their lack of interest in Sunset Overdrive