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Foreign media confirmed that PS5 Pro is expected to be launched at the end of this year | Unwire.hk

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Foreign media confirmed that PS5 Pro is expected to be launched at the end of this year | Unwire.hk

Sony to Launch PS5 Pro with AI PSSR Function to Enhance Game Graphics

Exciting news for gaming enthusiasts as foreign media reports confirm that Sony is gearing up to launch the highly anticipated PS5 Pro. The new console is set to come packed with cutting-edge features, including the addition of AI PSSR function aimed at improving game graphics.

According to reports, the PS5 Pro is expected to support an impressive 300 TOPS 8-bit floating point operation and 67 TFLOPS 16-bit floating point operation speed. The new console, codenamed “Trinity”, is projected to hit the shelves by the end of the year, offering gamers a high-performance graphics processor (GPU) that promises to be 45% faster than the standard PS5 version.

In addition to the enhanced GPU, the PS5 Pro will see a boost in its central processor (CPU) clock speed from 3.5 GHz to 3.85 GHz and a memory bandwidth increase to 576GB/s. The usable memory capacity is also expected to jump from 12.5GB to 13.7GB. The console will also feature Sony’s PSSR (PlayStation Spectral Super Resolution) high-speed computing solution, providing seamless upscaling of 1080p images to 4K with minimal latency.

Industry insiders suggest that game certification for the PS5 Pro is slated to begin in August 2024, aligning with the speculated launch date. Although an official release date for the console has yet to be confirmed, speculations point towards a holiday season launch.

Gaming enthusiasts and tech aficionados alike are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the PS5 Pro, with expectations running high for a game-changing gaming experience. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting development.

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Source: The Verge

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