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HollyGamer said:

You will not find any Nvme like this on the market 

What makes you think you need to?

HollyGamer said:

EDIT: why would Sony bothered making a patent for it or even customize it, if it's not to cut the cost , making it more  accessible or make it even faster. 

If sony using normal Nvme for PS5  they will not make any patent, or making any statement.  

Never stated that Sony was/wasn't using Nvme, making this argument entirely redundant.

Just that SRAM isn't some new or novel technology never seen before that is being portrayed here... Having SRAM and not DRAM does come with allot of caveats, optimally you want both as SRAM is good at write once/read many due to it's smaller buffer size.

There are PC SSD's that feature SRAM built at the controller level with a large pool of DRAM, that is the optimal performance layout.

Either way... A patent filing is not a guarantee for the implementation of certain technologies in a console, never has been, so take it with a grain of salt until we actually get a real reveal of the hardware with appropriate breakdowns.

Last edited by Pemalite - on 09 November 2019

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