On the PlayStation side, there are many differences between the PlayStation 4 Pro, the last console of the current generation, and their new generation console, PlayStation 5. One of the differences between the two consoles is the fan noise. This comparison test was excited both for the testers and the players. Sony’s next-generation console, PlayStation 5, will be available to some countries on November 12. These countries are; It is specified as USA, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Australia, Canada. It will be available to purchase worldwide on November 19.
There are various differences between PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5, both in terms of software and hardware. Users of both the popular generations had a chance to take a look at the differences in a fan noise test.
The PlayStation 4 Pro you see in the twitter post above, supported higher resolution (4K) than PlayStation 4. Of course, some hardware features were also different. The Pro variant has hardware that offers higher performance, such as an additional 1GB of DDR3 RAM, a better GPU performance. The hardware difference between PlayStation 5 and the current generation is clearly demonstrated. Because the PlayStation 5 GPU is 10.28 TFLOPs. In other words, PlayStation 5 can perform 10 trillion operations per second. Of course, the differences between the two generations do not end there. In addition, PlayStation 4 Pro has 8 GB GDDR5 RAM, while PlayStation 5 has 16 GB GDDR6 RAM.