ComputeX 2019: PS5 host GPU confirmed to adopt AMD Navi architecture
By Daniel Camilo 2019-05-28 776 0
Sony recently released news about the next-generation PS host. Recently, Sony’s management policy announcement announced the performance comparison between the next-generation PlayStation and PS4 Pro. The focus of this performance is on the read speed. The SSD built into the next generation of mainframes completely crushes the PS4 PRO in terms of map reading and loading speed.
At the press conference of ComputeX 2019 held at the Taipei today, AMD CEO Lisa Su announced some specifications of Sony's next-generation PlayStation host (PS5 host), which confirmed that the PS5 GPU will be equipped with 7nm Navi with RDNA architecture. The processor is the Ryzen Zen 2 architecture!
As early as the previous rumors, Sony and AMD have cooperated to develop custom Navi GPU messages for PS5 consoles. At this conference, AMD's 7nm Navi graphics card adopts a new RDNA architecture, which can increase the power consumption per watt to 150%, and the performance per Hz frequency is increased to 125%, which is also the huge upgrade for the next generation of hosts.
Since the AMD Navi graphics card will be launched this year, the days of the PS5 console may not be far away. According to many people, it is a very suitable time to launch this host in 2020. For more information on AMD Navi graphics cards, there will be detailed information on this year's E3.
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