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Trumpstyle said:
Pemalite said:

Snapdragon 855 should beat an 8-core Jaguar by a sizable margin.

Bandwidth is where things fall short though... The 855 will only offer about 34.13GB/s of bandwidth, which is going to limit it's gaming capabilities, especially at higher resolutions that the Playstation 4 will target.

GPU wise the Adreno is surprisingly capable and extremely efficient, more so than AMD's ageing Graphics Core Next architecture... But at the end of the day, the Playstation 4 has a sheer larger number of functional units which means it should win in every scenario.

Now when comparing Snapdragon against the Xbox One, things start to lean towards the Snapdragon a little more, but the Xbox One should still hold a slight edge in the GPU/Bandwidth department.

Nope snapdragon 855 is still far behind Xbox one.

Snapdragon 855 scores 11fps sustained performance, xbox one (Radeon 7770) does 30fps and according to anandtech this benchmark is very likely based on half-precision compute shaders which favor mobile phones heavily. The benchmark tests gpu only, a game will push the cpu and the gpu to the max which will further decrease performance.

Snapdragon 855 is not limited by memory bandwidth but by heat and is not close to xbox one.

While true, your graph has a giant flaw: The test was made with the international version of the S10+, which uses an Exynos 9820 (hence the (E9820) behind the S10+), not a Snapdragon 855. But I don't think it will be much higher, maybe 2-3 FPS maximum.

Edit: Didn't see it was tested with both, my bad. But it still holds true that that just ain't enough.

Last edited by Bofferbrauer2 - on 10 April 2019