PS5 Pro in detail.  Leaked specifications confirm the power of the PlayStation 5 Pro

There is more and more talk about the details and possibilities of the PS5 Enhanced Edition. The device is already with early developers, prompting Tom Henderson to arrive at the PlayStation 5 Pro specifications.

Last week we reported the first details about the power of the PS5 Pro, at the same time one of the gaming industry's most reliable insiders received details about other aspects of the console.

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In 2024, a more powerful version of the PlayStation 5 is scheduled to debut on the market, and the latest information suggests that it will be a really interesting device. Gamers can count on a more powerful GPU, although there are many indications that the processor will not see such a big change.

Tom Henderson found information about this The PS5 Pro will receive an “identical” CPU to the one available in the PS5, but the new device has a “high-frequency processor mode” thanks to which it will operate at 3.85 GHz – giving a 10% performance increase.

In High CPU Frequency mode, more power is allocated to the CPU and the GPU clock is reduced by approximately 1.5%, resulting in a decrease in GPU performance of approximately 1%.

For the PS5 Pro's memory, Sony was set to opt for 576 GB/s (18 GB/s) compared to 448 GB/s (14 GB/s) of the standard PS5 model. So we're talking about a 28% speed increase.

It's also worth noting that the PlayStation 5 Pro's system memory is more efficient than it was on the standard console, so the bandwidth increase could add up to more than 28%.

The Japanese manufacturer will also ensure better sound quality – the improved version of the console will likely offer 35% higher performance in this area, which could be used by developers to enhance the experience of the latest games.

Henderson confirmed that the previously revealed GPU details are correct – 45% faster rendering compared to PS5 and 2-3 times better ray tracing (in special cases, we're talking up to four times better results). The PS5 Pro is expected to provide 33.5 teraflops of power, while the PS5 offers 10.28 teraflops.

The hardware will also receive state-of-the-art PSSR scaling and PlayStation Spectral Supersolution Upscaling, and Sony will provide support for resolutions up to 8K. A custom machine learning architecture should allow development teams to take advantage of the PS5's capabilities.

Additionally: 30 WGP supporting specialized BVH8 traversal shaders versus 18 WGP supporting BVH4 traversal shaders on the standard PlayStation 5.

Tom Henderson has also received information that the PS5 Pro, like the PS5 Slim, will have the ability to remove the drive, and also Users will only get 1TB of data space.

The PS5 Pro is scheduled to debut in the fall of 2024.

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