After the presentation of the PlayStation 5 at the end of 2020, there was talk of the possibility of an improved version PlayStation 5 Pro.
Rumors suggest that this improved console could be available in late 2024. Some recent reports have revealed some details about the possible specs of Sony’s PlayStation 5 Pro.
According to Red Gaming Tech, The console gets a massive performance boost compared to the standard PS5.
The APU could be based on TSMC’s 5/4nm process and an octa-core Zen 4 processor (with well over 3.6 GHz) and an integrated GPU based on RDNA 3 or 3.5 (2, 7 GHz). The classic PS5 features a 3.5GHz variable-frequency CPU and a 2.23GHz GPU.
As for the memory of the PS5 Pro operating system, the rumors speak of the integration of DDR5 memory (unknown quantity) and 16 GB of GDDR6. There is no information on the drive either, but the SDD could be improved – the drive is already fast at 5.5 GB/s in the basic version of the PS5.
The total processing power of the PS5 is 10.28 TFLOPs – based on the specs discussed, RedGamingTech predicts that the PS5 Pro could double that number, offering a whopping 23.04 TFLOPs.