Oh, and for those mentioning the ssd difference - PC's nowadays allow you to install upwards of 512+ gigs to 1 terabyte of onboard system memory. PCs already hold the crown on ridiculous performance - you'll just never see it until someone decides to throw more money at developing a game to take advantage of it. It's why PC gamers love this consoles seeking parity with PC sh!t, it means they may finally get a game that actually stresses ONE of their GPU's properly. Up until, most ports have still been poorly optimized on PC and have not taken advantage of the full breadth of performance PC hardware offers. But you do see 45% + Performance in games when they actually somehow properly take advantage of SLI. And honestly, it would be upwards of 90% performance improvement over Single GPU solutions if the industry decided to standardize and focus on optimizations for PC SLI Solutions.