2020 is the year we’re expecting to get the PlayStation 5, and if the latest leaked information is to be believed, Sony’s next console certainly won’t be lacking in graphics performance. As HotHardware reports, well-known hardware information leaker @Komachi has revealed three engineering samples of the PS5’s AMD Oberon APU are currently being tested, known as Gen0, Gen1, and Gen2. The most up-to-date sample is Gen2 and it apparently runs at 2GHz. To put that into perspective, the PS4 Pro GPU runs at 911MHz. Oberon A0. — [email protected] (@KOMACHI_ENSAKA) August 12, 2019 The PS4 and PS4 Pro run on AMD’s Radeon GCN GPU microarchitecture, where as the PS5 will run on the successor to that microarchitecture called Radeon DNA (RDNA). According to Twitter user Is a Parrot, if the PS5 GPU does end up running at 2GHz it will equate to 9.2 teraflops of performance on RDNA, or the equivalent of 14 teraflops on GCN. For comparison, the PS4 Pro achieves 4.2 teraflops and the Xbox One X 6 teraflops. Related What Graphics Card Do I Have? What Graphics Card Do I Have? The Best Graphics Cards for 4K Gaming in 2019 The Best Graphics Cards for 4K Gaming in… Read full this story
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