We know that Sony released its new version of gaming platform PS4 (Play Station 4) in 15 November 2013, in North America, and 29 November 2013, in Europe and Australia and competes its revels Microsoft’s Xbox one and Nintendo Wii U.
Sony claims that its new generation Play Station 4 is 43 times more power full than its 2nd version of platform PS2 (Play Station 2) which is released on March 4, 2000. Because the PS4 has an AMD APU with eight Jaguar CPU cores, and an 18-core (1152 shaders) HD 7870-class GPU.
Now, in terms of pure megahertz, yes, the PS4′s CPU — 8 cores at 1.6GHz = 12800MHz — is 43 times as fast as the PS2. The PS4′s GPU, with 1152 shaders, 32 pixel pipelines, and a fill rate of around 30 gigapixels per second, is only between two and 10 times faster than the PS2. On aggregate, once you factor in the CPU cores being used for other tasks, the PS4 is perhaps only a few times faster than the PS2.