As part of the current question on Sunday, the editors would like to hear from you, among other things: Microsoft’s Xbox Series X (test) or Sony’s PlayStation 5 (test), which of the two Zen 2 RDNA 2 game consoles current convinces you more and you have already bought one of them? Or do you only play on the computer?
Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5?
Which game console convinces you more technically?
Both the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 rely on an APU from AMD’s Semi-Custom Solutions division. Based on Zen 2 and RNDA 2, the two customer-specific IPs each offer 8 CPU cores clocked at up to 3.8 or 3.5 GHz and a GPU with 52 or 36 compute units. So Xbox Series X can go back to 3,328 and PlayStation 5 to 2,304.
From a technical point of view, the two game consoles Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are very similar, as they both use a very similar configuration based on a custom AMD APU. But, which implementation convinces you more?
Which game console has the best exclusive titles?
Last but not least, both Microsoft and Sony are fighting for the favor of gamers with exclusive titles, that is, games that are only available exclusively on the internal platform, at least for a limited time. But which of the gaming consoles has the best exclusive titles to offer?
Which game console has the best ecosystem?
While Sony has now announced the new PlayStation VR headset PlayStation VR2 and is enticing gamers with PlayStation Now and Plus deals, Microsoft is increasingly focusing on Xbox Game Pass. Both game consoles also have their own controllers, but which one has the better ecosystem?
What game console would you buy today?
The Xbox Series X is already available from stock in many places at an RRP of €499, but the situation with the PlayStation 5 is different.
But, which of the two game consoles would you like to buy today?
What game console have you already bought?
Or have you already bought one of the two game consoles since the launch in November 2020? Or do you only play on PC?
Participation is expressly desired
The editors would be very happy to receive well-founded and detailed reasons for their decisions in the comments on the current question on Sunday. If you have completely different favorites, write it in the comments.
Readers who have not yet participated in the last questions on Sunday can do so. Exciting discussions are still taking place on the ComputerBase forum, especially regarding the latest polls.
All Sunday questions at a glance
- Have you tried Linux and how was the experience?
- Which graphics card is the legend among legends?
- (How) do you try to reduce your electricity consumption?
- Real system optimizers or just hoaxes?
- Should ComputerBase offer merchandise again?
- Sunday Questions from the ComputerBase Community
- FIFA or Pro Evolution? Street Fighter or Tekken?
- Which game console do you remember best?
- What do you think about cryptocurrencies, tokens and the blockchain?
- JEDEC, XMP profile or do you prefer real overclocking?
- Which manufacturer offers good tools and which bad?
- How do you see the current development of games?
- How and when did you first connect to the Internet?
- Do you optimize your gaming PCs with the help of OC and UV?
- VR gaming was, is, and always will be a niche thing, right?
- What is the name of your RGB boss?
- Who else do Napster, KaZaA, eDonkey and eMule count?
- Have you ever had a dual GPU graphics card?
- What Sunday question would you like to ask?
- Is open source an alternative for you?
- Windows Defender offers enough protection, doesn’t it?
- Which architecture was more innovative: Zen or Core?
- PlayStation, Xbox or Nintendo?
- The future is cloud gaming! Or not?
- Windows 11 or still Windows 10 and why?
- Can Intel Arc already compete with AMD and Nvidia?
- Ryzen 7000 or 13th Gen Core, who will win?
- Will Linux make the gaming breakthrough thanks to Valve in 2022?
- Where are we going in terms of electricity consumption?
- A week of Log4Shell, what did that mean to you?
- AMD Radeon or Nvidia GeForce for the next generation?
- ARM or x86, whose future belongs to servers and PCs?
Do you have ideas for an interesting Sunday question? Editors are always happy to receive suggestions and submissions.
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