Sony PS5 Pro Leaks: Faster GPU and More

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Codenamed Trinity, the PS5 Pro is expected to have a stronger GPU and a slightly faster CPU than the standard PS5. With higher resolutions and frame rates, the Pro model can offer better gaming experiences.

Recent reports have given credence to leaked specifications, adding fuel to the already intense speculation about the upcoming launch. Sony is preparing to launch an upgraded version of its PlayStation 5 console, known as the PS5 Pro, before the end of 2024. According to a report by The Verge, leaked specifications of the new console have surfaced that indicate significant improvements over the the regular PS5.

The report reveals that Sony is encouraging developers to take advantage of advanced graphics features like ray tracing more extensively with the PS5 Pro. Games optimized for the Pro model will receive a "Trinity Enhanced" tag, indicating significant improvements in performance and visual effects.

Codenamed Trinity, the PS5 Pro is expected to have a more powerful GPU and a slightly faster CPU mode compared to the regular PS5. This suggests that the Pro variant will be better equipped to render games with ray tracing enabled, potentially offering higher resolutions and frame rates in certain titles.


Sony's documents suggest that GPU rendering on the PS5 Pro could be approximately 45% faster than that on the regular PS5. In addition, the Pro model can incorporate a larger GPU and faster system memory to improve ray tracing capabilities. Sony plans to implement a more powerful ray tracing architecture in the PS5 Pro, potentially delivering speeds up to three times faster than the regular PS5.

While the CPU in the Pro model will remain the same as the regular PS5, it will have a new mode that increases its clock speed. Sony's documentation states that Trinity will offer a CPU frequency of 3.85 GHz, approximately 10% higher than the regular PS5. A "high CPU frequency mode" with a speed of 3.85 GHz and a "standard mode" with a speed of 3.5 GHz will be available to developers.

As for system memory, Sony plans to increase the memory bandwidth of the PS5 Pro by 28% to 576 GB/s compared to the regular PS5's 448 GB/s. Additionally, developers can access an additional 1.2GB of system memory on the PS5 Pro, allowing for a total memory allocation of 13.7GB compared to the regular PS5's 12.5GB.


Sony emphasizes that the Trinity is a high-end version of the PlayStation 5 and confirms that it will continue to sell the regular PS5 alongside the new model. The company expects game developers to provide a single package that supports both PS5 and PS5 Pro consoles, and encourages them to update existing games to improve performance on the Pro model.

Test kits for the PS5 Pro are already available to developers, indicating Sony's proactive approach to preparing for the console's launch. In addition, Sony aims to ensure that every game submitted for certification in August is compatible with the PS5 Pro.

Rumors suggest that the PS5 Pro is set to be released during the 2024 holiday period, creating anticipation among gamers eager to experience the enhanced capabilities of Sony's next-generation gaming console.

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