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Sony PS5 Pro will Use a 4-year-old AMD CPU and a Radeon RX 7800M XT Sized GPU (Rumor)


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The PS5 Pro is rumored to be based on a semi-custom APU codenamed Viola. The GPU will allegedly be an RDNA 3 derivative with 60 CUs or 3,840 cores. With the core clocks set to 2GHz, we get a (theoretical) compute throughput of 28-29 TFLOPs, up from just 10.29 TFLOPs on the PS5. That’s a 3x uplift with a mid-generation refresh.

The PS5 Pro GPU looks similar to the Navi 32 XT die powering the RX 7800 XT with lower clocks and a wider bus. Conversely, the PS5 GPU was similar to the RX 5700 XT, at least concerning the shader configuration. The Pro will be paired with 16GB of GDDR6 memory clocked at 18 Gbps, resulting in a peak bandwidth of 576 GB/s.

On the CPU side, you’re looking at the same octa-core Zen 2 configuration with a higher boost clock of 4.4GHz. These numbers remind us of the Ryzen 9 4900H. Remember that console parts are designed after the mobility processors rather than the much faster desktop (DIY) chips.

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Sony’s PS5 Pro is set to be revealed in late 2024 with an upgraded GPU and a higher-clocked CPU. Before we talk about the PS5 Pro, here’s a primer on the PS5 hardware specifications. The CPU is based on the...

 

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While in the PC world, it is not the latest hardware. If this turns out to be true, the PS5 Pro will be a really powerful refresh. I do not remember a simple refresh being so far ahead from the original SKU.

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2 hours ago, ENTERPRISE said:

While in the PC world, it is not the latest hardware. If this turns out to be true, the PS5 Pro will be a really powerful refresh. I do not remember a simple refresh being so far ahead from the original SKU.

Am jealous the spec do seem to be better than my gaming laptop.

 

They do need to improve console because currently i think it the issue for PC game. They can't do anything too graphic intensive because console are so outdated.

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, ENTERPRISE said:

While in the PC world, it is not the latest hardware. If this turns out to be true, the PS5 Pro will be a really powerful refresh. I do not remember a simple refresh being so far ahead from the original SKU.

Ps4 was about 1.8TFs on the GPU, ps4 pro was about 4.2TFs. Not too far off from the difference between ps5 and ps5 pro.

 

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Am jealous the spec do seem to be better than my gaming laptop.

 

They do need to improve console because currently i think it the issue for PC game. They can't do anything too graphic intensive because console are so outdated.

 

I don't see it as an issue for PC. Plenty of console games are running at a pretty low res and at 30 fps because the games are so demanding. 

 

I don't really like that Sony is doing this. It made sense to do pro consoles for the shift from 1080p to 4k, but this just seems a little awkward. It seems like they're saying the PS5 isn't good enough by releasing another one. 

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4 hours ago, UltraMega said:

Ps4 was about 1.8TFs on the GPU, ps4 pro was about 4.2TFs. Not too far off from the difference between ps5 and ps5 pro.

 

 

I don't see it as an issue for PC. Plenty of console games are running at a pretty low res and at 30 fps because the games are so demanding. 

 

I don't really like that Sony is doing this. It made sense to do pro consoles for the shift from 1080p to 4k, but this just seems a little awkward. It seems like they're saying the PS5 isn't good enough by releasing another one. 

 

 

Ark survival ascended is pretty hard on 4090 same for the new Avatar. I think the console are just ways too slow for those newer game engine.

 

There a limit to optimisation when you have dev like Wildcard (ARK) that release so badly optimised game.

 

And people being buying every release of call of duty even if they look the same maybe they are trying to do the same with console.

Don't know how long the PS5 will be supported.

 

It like the switch 2 they are trying to get as much money as possible.

 

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I believe this will be marketed more of premium than the last series of “Pro” consoles.

 

PS5’s are still selling like hot cakes and they’ve probably done enough research to know that a mid-gen update will not impede on base console sales. I’m not hearing rumblings from Xbox about a refresh. I wonder if that’s simply due their lack of demand / sales. 
 

Either way, I am Pro… Pro. Gives the devs a wide range of hardware which unlocks potential for any cross platform games on PC. It’s also double edge sword because it’s another build / version to test. As long as games are still targeted for Series S (low), Series X / PS5 (mid range), and PS5 Pro (high end), we should only get better and better ports to PC (theoretically) because they will still need to scale to baseline.

 

I suspect this Pro to launch in early 2025 with GTA VI. Needs a killer app and I’m not sure what it is right now. FF VII Rebirth would be a good opportunity but it releases in 2 months.

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