Look at the YouTube video yourself. Unless it loads once you already passed the scene?! What good is that?
Actually look at the X1/PS4 comparison. Its the same way.
Now at 75% faster and with GDDR5 this should not be happening. Can we ask ourselves, why this is occurring?
So you have been explain like 10 times and still you believe that power has anything to do with streaming problems,...hahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
People all you who believe that streaming problems are do to CPU been a bottleneck are wrong,is a streaming issues probably do to HDD been slow,and those of you who have PC and still don't believe this then your negating the damn existence of SSD in the first place, which is faster loadings and faster streaming.
They've optimised the consoles to run best on those HDDs. These are not PCs, the engineers chose them for a reason, the cost difference isn't much bigger for a 7200RPM HDD.
They did a test in Toms hardware and the improvement with an SSD or Hybrid drive are minimal for the reason they designed them to work best with the 5200RPM drives. And they concluded it certainly wouldn't be worth the money considering the storage space consoles need verses how much it would cost to get a large SSD. And they said it only really benefited loading times.
I disagree that HDDs are the issue, Sony and MS would have done something if this was the case, and most people are still using regular HDDs on the PC.
The cost isn't much different for you,a $2 dollar increase alone over 7 million units is 14 million more dollars dude..
Also the test done were mostly loading and still some gains were have as much as 5 second in boot just from having the 240GB SSD,20+% faster.
The issue here is not loading is streaming which is done constantly rather than just 1 time,oh please even DF say the issue is the HDD it affect both the xbox one and PS4,yet their PC with SSD didn't have that problem,streaming textures problems are mostly related to HDD,hell in an engine the PS4 CPU actually was faster than the xbox one..