Xbox One GPU Speed Increased To Match PS4 Performance
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
We’ve all heard and seen the numerous reports over the internet that the PS4 uses stronger hardware in terms of a GPU – that has more shaders and a higher clock speed as well as a “better” memory implementation compared to the Xbox One. Now a new report by the Examiner suggests that Microsoft have made some significant hardware changes in order to reach the PS4’s level of performance. Apparently the Xbox One has had its AMD GPU clock speed increased to reach the same levels of performance as the PlayStation 4.
Additionally the report states that the Xbox One could have the DDR3 RAM amount increased from 8GB to 12GB. Furthermore, the Xbox One development team is asking for developer feedback on any changes they want to see to the Xbox One in terms of hardware. The Xbox development team is reportedly completely aware of how the Xbox One stacks up against the PS4 and is making the necessary changes to ensure the Xbox One is capable of matching or beating the PS4.
If you are interested in seeing more details then do check out the full report as it is very in depth and has lots of quote from industry insiders.
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