PlayStation 5 Pro specs leaked

Important news continues to come from the new PlayStation 5 variant that gamers are eagerly awaiting.

It is rumored that there may be an advanced version of the PlayStation 5, which Sony released at the end of 2020. There are claims that this new console, which is expected to be released towards the end of 2024, could be PlayStation 5 Pro. Some information about the console has been reached and in the light of this information, there are some leaks about the features of PlayStation 5 Pro.

According to RedGamingTech, the PS5 Pro may continue to use an AMD Ryzen Zen 2-based APU. This Zen 2-based CPU is said to have 8 cores and 16 threads. This means it has the same specs as the current PS5. It is not known exactly why Sony opted for Zen 2 instead of AMD Ryzen Zen 4. However, according to leaks, the CPU clock speed has been increased to 4 GHz. This means that it should be enough to reach the targeted frame rate in games. In the light of this information, it is possible to say that the Pro model may focus more on the GPU.

PlayStation 5 Pro specs leaked

Serious increases are also expected in the graphics performance of PlayStation 5 Pro. The reason for this increase is the increase in the ROP (Render Output Unit) value. The standard PS5 model has 64 ROPs. However, the Pro model is expected to come with 64, 96 and even 128 ROP values. This means that the graphics performance of the console will be significantly increased. There is also information that the device will come with 16GB GDDR5 memory.

Of course, all of this information has been obtained through leaks and there is a possibility that Sony may make changes to these specifications in the future. We need to wait for new leaks and announcements to learn more about the PlayStation 5 Pro.

İdris Salman

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