I am seeing so much nonsense being posted everywhere from a lot of PC gamers saying that "the PS4 is weak" "already outdated hardware". This is FAR from the truth. That is, if you look at the facts and leave the fanboyism at the door. Even John Carmack says this, although I thought it was common knowledge, a lot of my fellow pc gamers seem to not understand this.
Here is John himself saying it on his twitter feed
So even John Carmack, the man responsible for huge PC gaming innovations confirms it. A part used in a console has twice the efficiency of the same part used in a PC, as the PS4 is coded to the metal.
Therefore, you need a 3.68 teraflop GPU to equal the optimized 1.84 teraflop GPU in PS4.
At the end of the day, you have to spend more than the price of the whole PS4 console just for a 7970 GPU (2x 7850's power) to match the optimized PS4 GPU. Then you have to add in the cost of all the other things a PC needs to build one.
The PS4's optimized GPU has power roughly around 7970 power. How in the hell is that ANYWHERE near weak? And with games on console going to never go over 1080p and being 30 fps or 60 fps, the graphics produced by this thing will be absolutely unbelievable. Even Battlefield 4 will be childs play graphics in 1.5-2 years. Of course PC will stay more powerful, but I am tired of people talking nonsense calling PS4 weak hardware