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PS5 Hardware Specs Revealed Through Product Code For The New AMD Custom Silicon

PS5 Hardware Specs Revealed Through Product Code For The New AMD Custom Silicon

2019/01/19

/ by Kevin Smith

  • PS5 Hardware Specs Revealed Through Product Code For The New AMD Custom Silicon
  • What is The PS5 Hardware Specs?
  • The New AMD Custom Silicon Leaks PS5 Hardware Specs



Everything about Playstation 5 so far seems flummoxed, we saw a new update that shows off today examining. PS5 hardware specs have potentially leaked online through a listing for product code for the new AMD Custom Silicon.

 Playstation 5 Hardware Specs Released

While this product code doesn’t points out any information, some adept folks reading into the description for the code lines it up with earlier custom silicon that were released by AMD previously for the PlayStation 4. Fished this rumor out.

This information from the product code was shared by Twitter user Komachi, who not only confirmed that it is likely a custom SoC (system on a chip) from Sony, the TDP values, processing speed and more were deducted through this product code.


Heading over down to another tweet from BoMby that clearly points out that this is the next-gen PS5 custom silicon from AMD.


Playstation 5 Hardware Specs Details
  • CPU = Eight-core at 3.2 GHz
  • Architecture = AMD Zen (No confirmation but could be Zen 2 or Zen+)
  • GPU = Navi 10Lite
There is not a whole lot to go on with this information, but at least the CPU should offer a decent upgrade over the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro if these specs turn out to be for the upcoming PS5. This is an eye catching rumor that makes us think that this update has something to do with sony next-gen console.
Lately, we saw an update emphasizing that a survey was being sent out by Sony to select users, asking what they want when it comes to improving “the experience” to enjoy next-gen PlayStation gaming (PS5). And not only that there have been many rumors about the PS5 in the past months,  Sony’s patent for backward compatibility and adding hardware V-SYNC support on PS5.

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