2014's single graphics card PC to beat Playstation 5 ?

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#1 Edited by leandrro (958 posts) -

before you start hating me, i had both PS2 and PS3 and loved them

as we know PS3 is about 6x faster than PS2 and PS4 about 6x faster than PS3, so this new card...

"we're looking at a consumer product with 6.25x the compute power of PlayStation 4 (and almost 9x Xbox One) available less than six months after the console launched. That's just astonishing"

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2014-radeon-r9-295x2-review

ps. i dont recommend no one buying this, id rather tell you to spend your money on a ps4 because this kind of PC to play the games we have today is a total waste

#2 Edited by freedomfreak (42399 posts) -

Ps5?

#3 Edited by lostrib (41315 posts) -

what are the specs of the PS5?

#4 Posted by lostrib (41315 posts) -

Just realized you don't have 500 posts, so this will get locked

#5 Posted by blackace (21272 posts) -

They create all these powerful graphic cards, but then developers never fully utilize them before a new card is released. Will any developer ever use all the power and features of that Titan Z card in a game?

#6 Posted by leandrro (958 posts) -

@lostrib said:

what are the specs of the PS5?

about 6x faster than ps4, as usual

#7 Posted by MonsieurX (31395 posts) -

Considering it's 1500$

#8 Edited by Animal-Mother (27104 posts) -

lol anywhere between $1000-$1500 dollars

#9 Posted by lostrib (41315 posts) -

@leandrro said:

@lostrib said:

what are the specs of the PS5?

about 6x faster than ps4, as usual

Prove it

#10 Posted by R3FURBISHED (10793 posts) -

@leandrro said:

ps. i dont recommend no one buying this,

The fuck does that mean?

Also, you need 500 posts to create a thread in System Wars.

#11 Posted by bobbetybob (19297 posts) -

Well technically that's not a single graphics card, but yeah, it's certainly very impressive and the design they've used (especially for a reference card) is brilliant, would love to see more water cooled top end GPU's like that. Only issue with it is the ridiculous power usage.

Not sure about it beating the PS5 as far as visuals go (because who knows when that'll come out and what new tech will come out by then) but the fact we're at a point where there are cards capable of smooth 4K gameplay with almost every modern game is definitely amazing.

#12 Edited by 7MDMA (315 posts) -

There wont be a PS5. Consoles are done at the end of this gen.

#13 Posted by clyde46 (47280 posts) -

@bobbetybob said:

Well technically that's not a single graphics card, but yeah, it's certainly very impressive and the design they've used (especially for a reference card) is brilliant, would love to see more water cooled top end GPU's like that. Only issue with it is the ridiculous power usage.

Not sure about it beating the PS5 as far as visuals go (because who knows when that'll come out and what new tech will come out by then) but the fact we're at a point where there are cards capable of smooth 4K gameplay with almost every modern game is definitely amazing.

It is a single graphics card. Its just two GPU's on one board.

#15 Posted by leandrro (958 posts) -

@lostrib said:

Just realized you don't have 500 posts, so this will get locked

good argument

#16 Posted by lostrib (41315 posts) -

@leandrro said:

@lostrib said:

Just realized you don't have 500 posts, so this will get locked

good argument

...it's not an argument

#17 Posted by jhonMalcovich (5061 posts) -

There will be no ps5. This is the last console cycle.

#18 Posted by Silent-Assasin7 (1496 posts) -

Here's hoping Steam Box paves the way for open standard hardware from now on, so we don't get stuck with netbook CPU's and 2007-era graphics cards for 10 years at a time anymore.

#19 Posted by MonsieurX (31395 posts) -

@leandrro said:

@lostrib said:

Just realized you don't have 500 posts, so this will get locked

good argument

can't follow simple rules

#20 Posted by WallofTruth (1985 posts) -

@blackace said:

They create all these powerful graphic cards, but then developers never fully utilize them before a new card is released. Will any developer ever use all the power and features of that Titan Z card in a game?

The Titan Z is not meant for gaming so it's really not a big surprise that no one is fully utilizing it's power.

#21 Posted by GotNugz (681 posts) -

For starters the ps3 was about 20x ps2 in power and no this card will not be stronger than the ps5. The ps5 will have to render games at 4k while also having a graphics jump, so expect a bare minimum 15 teraflop gpu. It will also utilize gddr6 or stacked dram, combined with ddr4 system memory.

#22 Posted by lostrib (41315 posts) -

@GotNugz said:

For starters the ps3 was about 20x ps2 in power and no this card will not be stronger than the ps5. The ps5 will have to render games at 4k while also having a graphics jump, so expect a bare minimum 15 teraflop gpu. It will also utilize gddr6 or stacked dram, combined with ddr4 system memory.

sources?

#23 Edited by xhawk27 (7467 posts) -

The PS4 is really an upgraded PS3. Sony slapped in a more powerful GPU and called it a day.

#24 Edited by GotNugz (681 posts) -

@lostrib: I'm using logic, let's say the ps5 launches in 2020 4k will be standard by then and the system needs to be strong enough to drive it. GDDR6 graphics cards are only a year or 2 away and ddr4 is also.

#25 Edited by FoxbatAlpha (8687 posts) -

The Xbox 920 TWO will have the power of 17 Titan graphics cards. Known fact.

#26 Posted by Motokid6 (6158 posts) -

This is the last gen of the closed console. The "ps5" will more likely be a form of software. It's a good thing.

#27 Posted by Heil68 (46456 posts) -

@freedomfreak said:

Ps5?

Day fucking 1.

#29 Edited by R4gn4r0k (17454 posts) -

@lostrib said:

what are the specs of the PS5?

a ball and a cup

#30 Edited by musicalmac (23403 posts) -

@lostrib said:

Just realized you don't have 500 posts, so this will get locked

Please don't post again after you realize...