Brendan McDermid, Reuters
February 20, 2013
The PS4 will feature an X86 CPU, enhanced PC GPU, 8GB unified memory, local HD and GDDR 5 system memory. What that means in layman's terms is that the PS4 will be significantly more powerful than the PS3, but don't expect the same graphical leap as was experienced between the PS2 and PS3. Given the demos on display during Sony's debut, it's likely that all but the most hardcore PC gamers will be impressed by the console's initial graphical displays.