The main processor architecture for PS 4 and Xbox 720 are using the new Jaguar technology, produced by Advanced Micro Devices.
PlayStation 4 also will feature Radeon HD graphics hardware, running at 850MHz, and display 20 of “Graphics Core Next” AMD computing unit.
Not only that, PS 4 also will carries 4GB GDDR5 memory, where 1GB will be allocated to the operating system, security features and applications. While the rest, 3GB will be devoted exclusively for games.
Unlike PlayStation 4, Xbox 720 is carrying 8GB RAM, where 3GB will be used for operating systems, applications and security. While the rest, 5GB will be used for games. Both of these cutting-edge console also will be able to read 100GB Blu-ray disc.