That should be more than enough to deliver stout 4K gaming muscle across the board complete with support real-time ray tracing effects. Sony has even hinted at the possibility of 8K gaming for the PlayStation 5.
Now, a new rumor is making the rounds, and it comes from industry insider Benji-Sales. According to his [since deleted] tweet leak, the PlayStation 5 devkit -- which has already been leaked in these alleged images -- has a Navi GPU that is rated at nearly 13 teraflops of compute performance. He also says that there is "tons of ultra fast RAM" at the system's disposal.
To put that in perspective, here's what current generation gaming consoles are capable of with respect to graphics compute performance:
- Xbox One: 1.31 teraflops
- Xbox One S: 1.4 teraflops
- Xbox One X: 6 teraflops
- PlayStation 4: 1.84 teraflops
- PlayStation 4 Pro: 4.2 teraflops
In other words, we're looking at roughly twice the GPU performance of the Xbox One X and three times that of the PlayStation 4 Pro. Both of those consoles are technically capable of playing titles at 4K, but the PlayStation 5 will be on a completely different level.
In addition to the incredibly fast CPU, GPU, and RAM, the PlayStation 5 will also feature a standard SSD that is faster than anything currently available on the consumer market according to Sony. All of this adds up to a gaming machine that will should be able to deliver excellent visuals at stunning frame rates.
With that being said, we still have to wait at least a year before the PlayStation 5 actually hits the market. Our best guess puts the console going on sale sometime during the Holiday 2020 shopping season.