If the PS4 is indeed clocked at 2 ghz + the GDDR5, I would think it already has a bigger advantage over the Xbox power wise of course. What do you think?
“The Durango CPU is structured as two modules. A module contains four x64 cores, each running a single thread at 1.6 GHz. Each core contains a 32 KB instruction cache (I-cache) and a 32 KB data cache (D-cache), and the 4 cores in each module share a 2 MB level 2 (L2) cache. In total, the modules have 8 hardware threads and 4 MB of L2. The architecture is little-endian,” states the report from VGLeaks.com.