Hardware information regarding the PlayStation 5 from Wikipedia:
Processor -> 8 cores of the ZEN-2-CORES series with variable frequency up to 3.5 GHz
Graphics Card -> up to 10.28 Tflops, 36 Compute Units to 2.23 GHz on the RNDA 2 graphics card, hardware-accelerated raytracing
with what a processor and what a graphics card Is this actually equal to a gaming PC / gaming notebook from the hardware performance?
Gamers Nexus has made a test for it.
A PC with Ryzen 3 3300x and depending on Game GTX 1060 or 1080, the same or even higher performance has achieved as a PS5.
according to your listed Data corresponds to about a Ryzen 7 3700 X and a RX 6600XT
The Bange question, which PC represents the PS5 in the shadows? We wanted to know and found the following contribution, which grants deep insight: