How much do you need to know about your PS4 game console?
The PlayStation 4 is a console that many people in the US and the UK already own, and the Xbox One is coming to those same markets as well.
But the PS4 will also be available in the UK, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.
So what’s the difference?
We can take a look at the different hardware specs for each country and compare the difference between them.
In the US, we can use a PS4 with an 8GB RAM and 1TB HDD.
For comparison purposes, the Xbox 360 is listed at 1TB and is available in both 2GB and 4GB RAM configurations.
The PS4 has 32GB of RAM, while the Xbox 720 has 64GB of ram.
The PS4 runs at 1080p60 on all three display sizes, and has an upgraded GPU called the Nvidia Titan Xp.
This is the first console to support 4K Ultra HD resolution at 60 frames per second, which is currently only possible on some PS4s and Xbox Ones.
The Xbox One has an 8K display, but has a much smaller 8GB of GDDR5 RAM.
The GPU on the PS1 is a much more powerful version of Nvidia’s Maxwell, but it also supports 4K resolution at 30 frames per minute.
We can also look at each console’s native CPU, the PlayStation 4’s 8 core, while each Xbox One’s 12 core has a 2x more cores.
The Sony console is the only one of these three consoles to have two different versions of its GPU: one for the PS5 and one for its Xbox.
Both versions of the GPU are identical in performance, but the PS3 version has a smaller chip than the Xbox 1 version.
The PlayStation 3’s GPU has more compute units, while its Xbox 1 chip has more memory.