PS5 physical console solid-state drive

Sony is a brand everybody recognizes.  Sony Music Sony movies and now Sony console with its PS5 Physical console solid-state drive.  Solid-state will deliver fast and prompt disk read and this can be a great piece of hardware musicians worldwide will love.  In the face of digital music, you can reply on solid-state speed to deliver fast and no delays music.  One of the pet peeve musicians has about the digital musical instrument is that you can record fast and deliver fast however the delays in the speed of your music even milliseconds can ruin a very good solo.

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Wow, so this was completely unexpected. Well ahead of E3 and their official PS5 unveiling, Sony is dropping knowledge kernels on us as to what the next generation of hardware actually entails.

Fed to us by way of a Wired article, Mark Cerny (who is once again the lead system architect for this project) declares that the PS5 (or whatever it’s called, a name was not given) will not arrive in 2019. That’s not a rumor or a guess, that’s straight from Cerny’s mouth. Oh, and it’s a box! It’s weird to say in this era of Google Stadia and the like, but it will be a console with hardware inside and it will support physical media.

That hardware, mind, is said to be “a CPU is based on the third generation of AMD’s Ryzen line and contains eight cores of the company’s new 7nm Zen 2 microarchitecture,” with a GPU that’s “a custom variant of Radeon’s Navi family, will support ray tracing, a technique that models the travel of light to simulate complex interactions in 3D environments.” Sony is hyping up ray tracing as akin to a $10,000 high-end “Hollywood” visual effect: how much of that magic will translate on a gaming console is yet to be seen. 8K video (as well as 4K obviously) is also confirmed.

Cerny also made sure that the PS5 was fitted with an SSD, which has much more tangible benefits. Sony promises faster load times as a result, which Cerny tests using Spider-Man on a PS4 Pro and a next-generation dev-kit: the load goes from 15 seconds to 0.8 seconds.

As for software, that’s all up in the air. The Spider-Man demo is telling (Spider-Man 2 for PS5 has got to be in the works), and Wired points out that a smile from Cerny when asked about Death Stranding all but confirms it as a PS4/PS5 cross-generational release.

Exclusive: What to expect from Sony’s Next-Gen PlayStation [Wired]

Sony confirms the PS5 will be a physical console, will ship with a solid-state drive to drastically cuts load times screenshot

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