True but you are comparing your result from Core i9 10900K with RTX 2070 Super to NXGamer Ryzen 2700X with 2070 (overclocked). You are not going to get the same results. A Core i9 10900K is almost twice the performance of Ryzen 7 2700X in games.
A desktop ryzen 7 2700X clocked at 3.8ghz will perform close to mobile ryzen 7 4800H give or take 2 to 4 percentage points in favor of 4700H but the consoles are clocked lower.
The point he was trying to make was that you shouldnt compare PS5 vs PC if that pc doesnt match the CPU prowess of said console. CPU's do make a difference.
Maybe test with a Zen2 product and 2070/S or 5700XT/RX6700.