PS5 and Xbox Scarlett have already been built by a youtuber, Austin Evans, who has used the components of the two console announced so far to assemble a PC with those specifications, characteristics and test performance.
This is obviously an experiment systematically inaccurate, given the enormous differences between the two worlds in terms of optimization of resources in the field of gaming, but still interesting, however, to begin to understand the potential of future platforms, Sony and Microsoft.
To assemble the PC in the style of the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett, Evans has used an AMD processor Ryzen 3000, a video card AMD Radeon RX 5700 and a SSD, NVMe Gen4. Is not yet been announced, the amount and type of memory RAM that will be used for the new console, so he improvised with 16 GB DDR4.
In order to make the test the most possible, plausible, Evans has also taken some steps to modify the clock speed of the processor and GPU towards the bottom, on the values that, in theory, will be adopted by PS5 and Xbox Scarlett. As it was expected, however, the differences on some games you are made to feel more than others, producing mixed results.