Sony PS5 is a next-generation vision where innovation meets revolution. PS 5 specs are now open in public and system architect Mark Cerny launched a detailed overview of hardware and upcoming advancements. PS5 will be a straight jump over PlayStation 4 with new loaded features like more clock, SSD, expandable memory, and fantastic 3D audio accuracy via the 3D audio engine. Users can expect incredible game performance with new custom improvised hardware and design. There’s an abundance of fresh news about Sony’s next-generation console plans in the market, and Mark shared in-depth information with the audience beyond the content of today’s presentation.
The exciting part of the new PS5 presentation is that Sony reveals concept for a next-gen console that forecasts remarkable pioneering vision and technology over old models by achieving state-of-the-art, unusual fashion silicon with a razor-sharp focus on delivering the next-level gaming experience. PS5 can easily access the extra CPU, GPU and storage features before traversing the new innovations at their own speed.
Console generations once every 5 or 6 or 7 years a console arrives with substantially new capabilities. There’s a lot of learning by the game developers hopefully not too overwhelming and soon there are games that could never have been created before.
Now a gigabyte is not much data, games are using 5 or 6 gigabytes of RAM on PlayStation 4 so boot times and load tons can get pretty grim or to put that differently as a player you wait for the game to boot, wait for the game to load, wait for the level to reload every time you die and you wait for what is euphemistically called fast travel and all of that leads to the dream what if we could have not just an SSD but a blindingly fast assisting if
we could load five gigabytes a second from it what would change now SSDs are completely different from hard drives.
As a gamer’s viewpoint, the technical specifications of PS 5 will make a big difference when it comes to performance and from presentation, it looks AMD processor is powering this new console which will give a new experience to gamer’s. Gamer’s can expect more Solid State Drive (SSD) and a new typhoon audio engine.
PlayStation 5 uses AMD’s excellent Zen 2 core CPU technology with 3.5 GHz clock speed and eight physical cores and 16 threads. For the CPU, 3.5 GHz is the typical speed – but under particular circumstances, it can give latency.
PlayStation 5 with the addition of the SSD going to be a game-changer. It is going to be so much quicker faster load times removal of loading screens and then think about like the downloadable content(DLC) that you have to download then you have to copy the files and stuff those days are gone it’s just gonna be one quick fluent process.
Sony said that almost all of the top 100 games are going to be backward-compatible right at launch for the PS 5 which is a good thing they said it’s gonna be the most eco-friendly console that they’ve ever had it’s gonna be quieter it’s gonna be more efficient that sort of thing and then they also towards the end went into a huge thing about like audio improvements and 3d audio and stuff. Video, audio, lighting, and everything is gonna look a lot better on this console. Another interesting point to note is the PlayStation 5 is said to be 100 times faster than the PlayStation 4 and we need to see in future where this point stands out among gamers.
10.28 teraflops versus the 1.84 on the PlayStation 4.
PS 5 has a 16 gig at GDDR 6 memory in comparison to the 8 GB GDDR5 over the PS4.
PS 5 got a memory bandwidth for 448 GB versus the 176 GB of the PS 4 and it’s got a huge custom 825 GB SSD versus the 500 gigabyte HDD of the ps4. More SSD means the copying is going to be faster the writing the loading everything will be indeed faster therefore again the PS 5 will be 100 times faster than the PS 4. We don’t really know why they put 825 GB instead of just putting 1 terabyte.
PS5 – 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.5GHz with SMT (variable frequency)
PS4 – 8x Jaguar Cores at 1.6GHz
PS5 – 10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz (variable frequency)
PS4 – 1.84 TFLOPs, 18 CUs at 800MHz
PS5 – Custom RDNA 2
PS4 – Custom GCN
PS5 – 16GB GDDR6/256-bit
PS4 – 8GB GDDR5/256-bit
PS5 – 448GB/s
PS4 – 176GB/
PS5 – Custom 825GB SSD
PS4 – 500GB
PS5 – IO Throughput 5.5GB/s (Raw), Typical 8-9GB/s (Compressed)
PS4 – Approx 50-100MB/s (dependent on data location on HDD)
PS5 – NVMe SSD Slot
PS4 – Replaceable internal HDD
PS5 – USB HDD Support
PS4 – USB HDD Support
PS5 – 4K UHD Blu-ray
PS4 – Blu-ray