The scale and scope of this latest leak is remarkable and the origin of the new information seems even more far-fetched than the Gonzalo story, leading many to believe that the entire thing may be a work of fiction. However, having looked into the situation and independently verified the source, the overwhelming evidence is that the data does indeed originate from AMD - and hasn't been doctored. We're lacking crucial context for sure but the reasons to doubt the veracity of the leak are somewhat thin on the ground.
From what I can gather, someone at AMD's ASIC validation department used GitHub to store fragments of internal testing data from a range of work-in-progress Team Red projects. The leaks include testing of next-gen desktop and mobile Ryzen APUs along with some deep-dive testing on the PS5 chip, now codenamed Oberon. While the data is not public, it's clear that the GitHub test data has travelled far and wide: further details from the leak mentioned in this article are being discussed at length on ResetEra, for example. The genie is out of the bottle.
|PlayStation 5 (Unconfirmed)||PlayStation 4 Pro||PlayStation 4|
|CPU||Eight Zen 2 Cores with SMT - clocks undisclosed||Eight Jaguar cores clocked at 2.1GHz||Eight Jaguar cores clocked at 1.6GHz|
|GPU||36 custom Navi compute units at 2000MHz||36 custom GCN compute units at 911MHz||18 GCN compute units at 800MHz|
|Memory||GDDR6 at 448GB/s (Possibly 512GB/s) - capacity undisclosed||8GB GDDR5 at 218GB/s||8GB GDDR5 at 176GB/s|
|Xbox Series X (Unconfirmed)||Xbox One X||Xbox One/ Xbox One S|
|CPU||Eight Zen 2 Cores with SMT - clocks undisclosed||Eight Jaguar cores clocked at 2.3GHz||Eight Jaguar cores clocked at 1.75GHz|
|GPU||56 custom Navi compute units at approx 1700MHz||40 custom GCN compute units at 1172MHz||12 GCN compute units at 853MHz/914MHz (S)|
|Memory||GDDR6 at 560GB/s - capacity undisclosed||12GB GDDR5 at 326GB/s||8GB DDR3 at 68GB/s (Plus ESRAM)|
Full article https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2019-playstation-5-xbox-series-x-spec-leak-analysed.
Digital Foundry YT video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PqMj6aSYH0&feature=emb_title.
Both consoles sound pretty strong but it looks like the Series X will have quite the edge. I could see the series X being more expensive than the PS5 andf the Series S being cheaper than the PS5. Hopefully the Series X isnt more than $500.