Is there a clear answer as to what the actual power of a PS4 CPU is?
On launch Sony/Microsoft stated 100 GFLOPs.
They said it was a underclocked AMD 8 core - and seeing how the regular 8 cores (FX-8350,FX-8150,ect) only do a little over 100 clocked @ around 4Ghz.... I'm not sure how that earlier statement was possible. Whatever, I assumed console optimizations made that 100 number true.
Later on we got the actual specs and saw that it was basiclly two Athlon 5150s (quad core jaguar CPU @ 1.6Ghz) on a chip fused with a Radeon HD 7850. The Anthlon 5150 being about a quarter as powerful as the 4Ghz 8 cored CPU's acording to benchmarks. Brings it to a estimated 50 GFLOPs. Again though, assumming special console instruction sets/optimizations, I guess it's possible. Seeing how AVX more or less doubled the possible power of regular x86/x64 CPUs.
However recently, and I think it's MS that said it after unlocking the usage of more CPU cores from OS only use, they said it could pull 200 GFLOPs.
Now I know GFLOPs is just a theoretical number (and thus AMD claims all their quad cores can pull 112 GFLOPs like a quad core i5- cause it is only really a theoretical output).
It's just, what is the actual estimated power? Has anyone modded a PS4 and ran any sorta benchmark with the CPU?