If you just can’t wait for the end of 2020, when next-generation consoles like PS5 and Xbox Scarlett are likely to be launched, know that you’re not alone. And if you have a lot of free time and a good knowledge of PC hardware, maybe there is a remedy for you too.
A YouTuber has, in fact, assembled a PC using the same components that will be mounted by Sony and Microsoft in their respective new machines, to get a taste of what could be the next-gen of PS5 and Project Scarlett.
The features of the two consoles are not, in fact, all known, but based on some official statements like those of Mark Cerny, and on the many rumors on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett that have made their way on the net in recent months, it wasn’t all that difficult find the components that are as similar as possible to the final configurations of the two consoles.
Thus by mounting an AMD Ryzen 3000 CPU, an AMD Navi Radeon RX 5700 video card with Ray Tracing technology support, GDDR6 RAM, a powerful SSD disk, and other hardware parts, YouTuber showed how some video games run, revealing the possibility that the games actually run in 4K and 60FPS is there, and it is concrete, provided that the developers make every effort to guarantee it.
You can look at all the details in the interesting video you find at the bottom of the news.