If you don't know the specs for the PlayStation 5 are let well here there & it's a mind blowing read.
CPU: AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen 8-core Processor 7nm Zen 2 micro architecture.
GPU: Custom variant of AMD’s Radeon Navi family Will support Ray Tracing Technically will be able to output 8K resolution.
Audio: Improved audio quality and clarity thanks to the same Ray Tracing technology. Custom unit in the chip for 3D audio.
VR: Will be compatible with current PlayStation VR hardware.
Storage: Custom built SSD for internal storage. Drastic improvements to load times. claims that it will have a bandwidth higher than any currently available SSD’s for PC. To demonstrate: 2 systems, 1 PS4 Pro, and a PS5 Dev kit. Both running the 2018 PS4 exclusive game “Spider-Man”. On the pro: launched fast travel. When completed, 15 seconds had passed. Same thing on PS5 Dev kit, Only when completed only took 0.8 seconds. Zero point eight seconds. Less than a second. Drives: Will accept physical media. Won’t be a download only machine. Will be based (in part) on the PS4’s architecture. Compatibility: So far it’s confirmed to be backward Compatible with PS4 games.
To be fair I did have a friend to tell me about some of the features that they putting in the PlayStation 5. So I don't know a lot about some of the bells & whistle that are going to put in the new console are going to be a good idea, but with his help I did understand the hardware a whole lot better in the long run.
Now for two things that we did not get in the article. One thing that I was hoping to get some kind of information was how much memory that we will be getting. Now with games being 50 to 80 GB & a huge sized updates that are just as big or bigger then the games themselves. I think that the memory for the system needs to be about 2 TB at the minimal for some of the games that are going to be playing on the system.
If the lack of information on memory of the system was not the biggest problem. Then maybe this is. There was also no prices point for the new console that is coming out. Now I do think that this was a good idea not to put it out to the public for now. I have a major issue with a $500 to $700 console that feels a bit over priced without know all the details of the system.
With this first round of the system specs out to the public. I do think that some of the specs & features that we got are just the tip of the iceberg. I do think that there is more coming soon maybe by the time that Tokyo Game Show hits later this year or by E3 2020 at the latest. we should get a better picture of the PlayStation 5.