More than a year after their commercial debut, the two next-generation consoles (Xbox X and S e PlayStation 5) are still very complicated to buy: the fault of an always high demand, further amplified by lockdowns and quarantines, from the now known chip crisis and perhaps even bad programming by Microsoft and Sony.
If the former appears have solved some of his problems (as we told last December), the second would be in the process of doing so: according to rumors, AMD is working on a new Ryzen 7 6800U processor with 6nm chip manufactured by TSMC. What does this have to do with video games? It has to do with the new processor it could be used just for the PS5it would be easier and faster to produce and therefore would allow Sony to put more copies of the console on the market.
We bought an Xbox, and it’s amazing how amazing it is
by Emanuele Capone
December 28, 2021
According to rumors, there shouldn’t be performance differences between the two versions of PlayStation 5 linked to the two different types of chips: it is likely that it will really be like this, also not to create series A and series B customers and generate further discontent in a sector where there is already a lot of discontent.