In terms of gaming performance, the PS4 Pro is arguably the most impressive gaming machine of 2016, and the Xbox One has been a step up from the last generation of consoles.

The Xbox One Pro is powered by Microsoft’s own custom architecture, a design philosophy that is unique to the company.

It’s not an entirely new approach to gaming, either, as it was pioneered by Microsoft when it created the Xbox 360 in 2006.

That system also had an integrated graphics chip that was capable of running at higher resolutions than the Xbox 720.

Microsoft went on to create the Xbox 7, a successor that was built around the same hardware architecture.

But that system has also seen numerous upgrades, with a refresh every few years that has helped push the specs of the PS5 Pro to the next level.

While Microsoft’s latest hardware may be superior to its previous generation, the Xbox is still a game changer when it comes to game performance, especially when it’s powered by AMD.

The PS5’s GPU is the most powerful CPU in the industry, and that makes it a powerhouse when it is paired with the AMD Ryzen CPU.

The AMD Ryzen processor is powered through a new architecture called GCN Architecture, which is designed to be able to work at a higher frequency and improve the overall performance of your graphics card.

GCN is an entirely different way of addressing the power consumption problems that AMD has faced in recent years, and AMD has gone to great lengths to solve it by improving the chip’s power efficiency.

This approach is called PowerTune, and it’s the reason that the AMD Radeon RX 480 GPU has been able to take on Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080, the world’s fastest GPU.

When AMD and Nvidia collaborated on the new Radeon RX 570 GPU, AMD used the Radeon RX 580 to run the GPU in parallel with the RX 580, and in a way that AMD didn’t have to make any hardware changes.

That’s why the RX 570 can reach speeds of up to 6.4 teraflops and a GPU clock speed of 4GHz.

That means that the RX 480 can achieve an overall GPU clock rate of 4.5GHz.

When it comes down to performance, AMD has been very careful with its implementation of the GCN architecture.

The RX 480 has a GPU that has a clock speed that’s significantly faster than the average GPU.

But in addition to that, the RX 470 and RX 480 have more than twice the compute power than the GTX 1080.

The same goes for the RX 550 Ti, which has more than a 40 percent increase in compute power compared to the GTX 1050 Ti.

The new AMD Radeon GPUs also feature a new design that offers a more refined, flat-top GPU, and is the first GPU to use a shroud to keep the shroud cooler than the previous generation.

AMD also introduced two new gaming boards, the Ryzen 5 1600X and the Ryzen 4 1700X, and they both feature a clock-speed boost to 4.7GHz.

AMD’s Ryzen 5 processors have a clock frequency of up at 4.4GHz, and its Ryzen 4 CPUs have a peak frequency of 3.8GHz.

The Radeon RX 470s have a max clock speed in the 4.2GHz range, while the Ryzen 500s and Ryzen 470s are maxed at 3.4 GHz.

AMD is also pushing the RX 5 1600 series, the fastest GPU to date, to a 4.6GHz base clock speed, and a peak clock speed around 4.3GHz.

At the end of the day, AMD’s latest GPU is a beast, and when it ships, it will be the fastest gaming GPU available.

The Polaris 10 graphics architecture is a new addition to the RX series, and while the RX 560 has a base clock of 4,096MHz and a max core clock of 3,980MHz, Polaris 10 is only clocked at 3,938MHz.

Polaris 10 has a whopping 14 compute units, which means that it’s capable of working with up to 24 cores, which will be very useful for games with lots of memory.

AMD claims that its Polaris 10 GPU is more than double the performance of its previous-generation Polaris architecture, which was clocked in at 4,024MHz.

But it’s important to note that Polaris 10’s performance is only for the most demanding games.

For example, the Radeon R9 Fury X has a maximum compute power of 4GB, and only has 8 compute units to work with.

The Ryzen 5 1500X is clocked to 4,000MHz, and can only work with up for a total of 16 cores.

The GPU in the RX Vega 64 has a peak compute clock of 6,098MHz, which AMD says is double the compute performance of the RX 1080.

But AMD is still pushing the Vega 64, and we’re only at the beginning of its performance.

AMD says that the Vega 56 is going to be the first graphics card to feature AMD’s own GPU