PS5 Pro, raw power of 23 teraflops?

Rumors are still swirling about the upcoming PS5 Pro and the latest is a monster of raw power with a blisteringly fast CPU and GPU for a subdued 23.04 teraflops computing capacity. Mazette!

This "leak" is signed by the YouTube channel RedGaming Tech, which does not hesitate to compare the next PlayStation 5 Pro as "a monster to Ray Tracing 4K". The latter would be able to display Ultra HD 4K images with Ray Tracing in 60 fps, unlike the current PS5 which caps out in this configuration, at best, at 30 frames per second.

PS5 Pro, 23.04 Tflops of Raw Power

To return to the supposed computing power of the PS5 Pro, 23.04 Tflops, it is a question of comparing it to the PS5, 10.3 teraflops. The PS5 Pro would therefore be more than twice as powerful, 123.6% more exactly. In addition to its Ray Tracing capabilities, the display of an Ultra HD 8K definition would also be appropriate as already by Tom Henderson in his last post on the subject (see our news PS5 Pro Project Trinity in 2024: 8K, Ray Tracing and development kit available end of 2023).

PS5 Pro, subodor technical specifications

• New custom APU manufactured by foundry TSMC (5 nm or even 4 nm engraving)

• 8 cores based on the AMD Ryzen 7000 (Zen 4) architecture

• Integrated 30 WGP GPU (Work Group Processors therefore potentially 60 computing units against 36 on the PS5)

• iGPU potentially based on the RDNA 3 or RDNA 3.5 architecture

• APU expected up to 96 ROP (50% higher than the PS5 )

• 3.6 GHz CPU and 2.7 GHz GPU

• 16 GB GDDR6 memory

• Enhanced built-in NVMe SSD capabilities

Warning, as usual, these are rumors. The PS5 Pro could be significantly different in the end. However, the specs laid out on the RedGaming Tech channel are pretty damn exciting, so hopefully they'll prove in the future.