Sony has been surprisingly vocal about its upcoming PlayStation 5, first giving us details about the game console back in April. We know that the PlayStation 5 will be a 4K gaming beast, it will be based on AMD Ryzen 3000 and Navi architectures, and that it will have an incredibly fast SSD to dramatically lower game load times. Now we’re getting an idea of what kind of performance we might see from the Navi-based GPU.
This information comes to us from Twitter user Komachi, who has previously given us details on the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Project Scarlett. According to Komachi, there are currently engineering samples for the PlayStation 5s Oberon APU running around at three different clock speeds. The first, Gen0, is running at rather unremarkable 800MHz, while Gen2 is clocked at an incredible 2GHz.
[Source: hothardware.com ]