The PlayStation 5 Pro specifications have been released online. It sounds like an upgrade
Online, the PlayStation 5 Pro specifications have been leaked. They sound like an upgrade to this new generation console.
For a while, rumors have been circulating about a PlayStation 5 Pro. There are also reports that the release will be in 2024. The PlayStation 5 Slim that appeared on the internet earlier in the month is a good indication of the PS5 Pro.
A new report by RedGamingTech(RGT) suggests that the PlayStation 5 Pro is a significant upgrade over the PS5. It’s not surprising that there are some significant differences.
The report is awash with tech talk, but we will do our best in order to make it understandable. The PS5 Pro is said to have a significantly faster CPU and GPU than the PS5 standard model. According to the leak, the PS5 Pro’s CPU is “well above 3.6GHz”, and the GPU at 2.7GHz. Comparatively, the PS5 standard has a CPU boost of 2.23GHz and a variable frequency of 3.5GHz. RGT speculates – with emphasis on speculation – that PS5 Pro may have a computed total of approximately 23,04+ TFLOPS.
You may be wondering what all this equates to. This improved power will allow for more consistent 60fps in 4K (no more having to choose between performance and framerate modes), and 8K options with enhanced graphics like accelerated Ray-tracing.
It’s a pretty good match with what other reports have said about the PS5 Pro. All this should be taken with a grain of salt until Sony unveils its console. However, given that the PlayStation 4 Pro, and Slim, are already available, it wouldn’t surprise us if Sony treated us to an upgrade in mid-gen hardware. By treated, I mean that we’re expected to pay hundreds of pounds.