Sony released the PlayStation 5 console, which was anticipated yesterday. We came across these two console models with the title “PlayStation 5 vs PlayStation 4 Pro“.
PlayStation 5 comes with the performance that will excite game lovers with its very powerful processor. PS5, which makes a difference especially in lighting, draws its power from AMD’s eight-core AMD Zen 2 processor. The console has a clock speed of 3.5 GHz. When we look at the PlayStation 4 Pro, we see that an 8-core processor is used based on AMD’s Jaguar architecture. The 8-core processor PS4 Pro promises a power of 4.2 TFLOPS. PS4 Pro supports Blu-ray and DVD, and PS5 supports Ultra HD Blu-ray. While PS5 has 16 GB of RAM, PS4 Pro has 8 GB of RAM. The game loading speed on PlayStation 5 will be very fast, and the console does this through SSDs. Leveling up in terms of performance, PlayStation 5 also draws attention with its renewed game controller.
The PS4 Pro includes the DualShock 4 controller, while the PS5 comes with a controller called DualSense. Looking at its design, DualSense 5 has a built-in microphone, which has an ergonomic design. In this way, the control facilitates in-game calls. It offers better feedback than its predecessor DualShock 4, which can be charged via USB-C.
PlayStation 5 vs PlayStation 4 Pro Chart
|PlayStation 5||PlayStation 4 Pro|
|Processor||8 Zen 2 Cores @ 3.5Ghz w / SMT||x86-64 AMD “Jaguar”, 8 cores|
|GPU||10.28 TFLOPS – 36 CUs @ 2.26Ghz||4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon based|
|Memory||16 GB GDDR6 (448GB/s)||8 GB GDDR5 RAM|
|Internal storage||825 GB Custom NVME SSD||1 TB HDD|
|I / O input||5.5 GB / s (Raw), 8-9 GB / s (Compressed)||Super Speed USB (USB 3.1 Gen 1) port × 3 AUX port × 1|
|External storage||USB External HDD Support for PS4 games||Available|
|Optical driver||Ultra HD Blu-ray, up to 100GB/disc||BD × 6 CAV DVD × 8 CAV|
|Video out||HDMI 2.1 – Up to 4K at 120Hz, 8K, VRR||HDMI (4K/HDR)|