The irrelevancy is your post. Your have NOT addressed the computation performance in relation to CU count and memory bandwidth. There's no limits to your ignorance.
Your simpleton mind is limited to some marketing codenames or model numbers.
X1 doesn't have 7790's 96 GB/s memory bandwidth i.e. X1's memory bandwidth has a theoretical 68 GB/s (four 64bit controllers) and 204 GB/s ESRAM (four 256bit controllers with full duplex).
You have NOT addressed my points on why 7790 has issues with faster memory.
I have shown you 7790 > 7850 on pure CU bound workloads, hence it has the same potential as any other GCN but within the limits of it's CU count.
The prototype 7850 has 12 WORKING CUs and theoretical 153.6 GB/s memory bandwidth. Disabled CUs plays no part with computation performance.
X1's GCN is not gimped by 7770's 1 billion triangles per second and 72 GB/s memory bandwidth bottlenecks.
1.18 TF vs 1.84 TF.
140Gb/s to 150 GB/s xbox one.
10% GPU reservation for Kinect and snap,nothing like that on PS4.
Killzone 1080p 60 FPS online Ryse 900p 30 FPS still Killzone SF looks better.
BF4 say to be 900p on PS4 mid to high setting.
BF4 on xbox one 720p low to mid setting.
The full 7790 is 20% slower than the 7850 and that is the 1.79TF one,imagine a 1.18TF one.
MS stated 14CU not 12,14 period unless you have a link to back you up you are just making redundant sh** out of damage controls..hahah
LInk not your opinion i want a link.