What You Need to Know About the PS4 and PlayStation 5 Pro’s Power and Boost in Video Games
What do the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 2017 consoles have in common?
Both offer high-performance gaming PCs that are built around a custom chip architecture known as the PlayStation GPU, and both have a set of powerful, next-generation CPUs.
The PlayStation 4 has the CPU clocked at 1.6GHz, while the PS 2017 has the GPU clocked in at up to 2.4GHz.
Both are powered by Nvidia’s Pascal architecture, a new generation of graphics chips designed to offer more efficient and efficient power consumption and compute power.
And both have Nvidia’s Direct Compute technology that uses graphics processing units (GPUs) and other components to accelerate computer tasks.
The PS4 is also equipped with 4K Ultra HD video recording, as well as an improved camera.
But the PS5 Pro offers a higher resolution graphics chip and higher clock speeds, while offering a lower price.
PS5 and PS4 Pro specifications GPU: Pascal GPU: NVIDIA Pascal CPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 CPU (8 cores): 4GB GDDR5 Memory: 16GB Memory Bus: 384-bit (32GB/s) RAM: 8GB RAM GPU: Maxwell GPU: GeForce GTX 1080 GPU (8 Cores): 4,584 CUDA cores GPU: Nvidia Titan X GPU (16 Cores)/NVIDIA Pascal GPU (64 Cores) CPU: NVIDIA GTX 1090 GPU (6 cores): 2,048 CUDA core Memory: 8,096GB Memory bus: 8Gbps Graphics: DirectX 11 API (DirectX 11.2) Display: DisplayPort (3D) USB 3.1 Type-C port (6Gbps) Ethernet: Thunderbolt 3 (6 ports)