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After months of speculation and bizarre details announced everywhere in the last few months, we finally have a reliable understanding of the new PlayStation 5 hardware specs. This next-gen game console will launch over the holidays, and the new model Xbox Series X will launch at the same time. Details on the new
console will be announced in the live stream on March 18 and we will briefly introduce you to the key details we learned in this demo.
The first thing to know about the new PlayStation 5 is that it will be equipped with a custom eight-core AMD Zen 2 CPU clocked at 3.5 GHz. The
is also impressive because the GPU will also use the custom build of AMD, which uses the RDNA 2 architecture, which can generate 10.28 teraflops and 36 compute units with a frequency of 2.23 GHz. The CPU and
GPU will make interesting use of variable frequencies, which will put it at the par with the way PCs operate. This means that the clock speed will depend on the temperature and the demand. In some cases, unused CPU power can be transferred to the GPU, allowing the console to reach its full speed.
However, many people think this is a risky move because it definitely depends on the age of the console and whether it can maintain a cool temperature after dust gets in. This means that the power of 3.5 GHz and the power of 2.23 GHz of the CPU and GPU may not always be reached, which can become a serious problem in the future. In addition to the CPU and GPU, the
will also install 16GB of GDDR6 RAM, which is about the same as what we expected to see, and about the same as what we expected to see.
talks about the new SSD built into the new generation of PlayStation consoles, which forms a big part of today's announcement. Compared to its predecessor, the PlayStation 4, this will greatly increase the loading time. The example given by Mark Cerny, head of PlayStation 5
hardware, shows that it takes about 20 seconds for PS4 to load 1GB of data, and the capacity of the PS5's
SSD can reach 5GB of data in one second.
This is an impressive improvement, because the console still requires games to be stored on the SSD in order to play, which will greatly reduce loading time. Another important topic of the
presentation was how Sony will use 3D audio in its next system. This technology aims to make the game more immersive and improve the sound quality provided.
Mark Cerny named this enhancement Tempest 3D Audio Tech and went on to say: “The first goal is to create audio for everyone, not just VR users, soundbar owners or headset users. This means audio It must be part of the console, it cannot be a peripheral device. The second goal is to support hundreds of sound sources. We don’t want developers to have to choose which sounds will get 3D effects and which won’t. We want all sounds in the game All have dimensions. "
This will make the player feel that they are part of the game, rather than being thrown at them directly. Examples such as the sound of environmental rain with drops of water falling around you allow us to understand what this could bring.
Done right this will also help keep gamers on the same level as those who wear headphones. One of the main benefits of wearing headphones is the ability to tell which direction the sound is coming from; this has a great advantage in competitive shooter games. If this 3D audio works as expected, you can get the same level of immersion without the need for headphones.
With this new announcement, we are now able to offer you a side-by-side comparison of the specifications of these two consoles.
Although the numbers are not everything, they do give us a rough idea of the performance of these two game consoles, especially in terms of internal storage. Although Sony has spent a lot of time talking about its new SSD, on the surface, the Xbox Series X version also looks promising.
However, PlayStation will develop rapidly in IO performance. The ability to send 5.5 GB/s of data while Xbox can only process 2.4 GB/s of data is impressive.
So far, these specifications look very promising, and we can’t wait to see how this new console performs. However, we have to wait for the two consoles to start before we can understand how they overlap each other. The great thing about the
announcement is that if you are worried about which games will be able to run on this new console, then backward compatibility will be something to look forward to. Given that almost all the best PlayStation 4 games are backward compatible when the PS5 is released, we hope that it will not be long before all games are available.
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