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xl-klaudkil said:
Soo most important question of them all,will we finnaly get 60fps as a standart instead of again subpar 30fps

That depend on the developer choices, either we get 30 fps and focusing on  graphic quality or 60 fps with more towards performance.  



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LipeJJ said:
Maybe we just "saw " PS5 in action. I mean, The Last of Us 2 looked unbelievably above anything else in the conference. And no, not even Ghost of Tsushima comes close (but to the fair that's an open world game). Maybe they showed PS5's version, I don't know, it doesn't even has a release date yet. Either way, I'm totally impressed.

They didn't, why ppl keep saying this, Sony confirmed its PS4 and they had behind closed doors demos running on a PS4, Sony inhouse studios are just that good.



Porcupine_I said:
So, PS5 will be a mobile platform confirmed. Otherwise having a Navi wouldn't make any sense

I think they are still considering the handled market , just check John  Kodera quote on recent financial report , but my prediction  it will be separate system like PS vita or PSP , but i bet it will copy Switch concept.  



Random_Matt said:

Phil acknowledged the CPU bottleneck and will look for 60fps on the next xbox, Sony who knows.

Digital foundry also took notice , and of course SONY also has some talented engineer on their side who also notice this problem.  



vivster said:
HollyGamer said:

I want PS5 comes in 2020 or 2021

with zen APU (7nm) with 2 X 6 cores = 12 cores with 24 hyper threading enable , and 1 core reserved for with core clock 3,2 Ghz
24 to 32 GB GDDR6 or HBM3 700 Gb/second
Navi based GPU (7nm) with 112 CU (compute unit) with core clock 1550 mhz and can achieve 22 teraflop
2 tera byte hybrid HDD
USB 4.0
Bluetooth version 4.0
2 x USB version 4.0
C-USB or thunderbolt port
Ethernet port
Wireless
Dual layer BD ROM disc up to 60/ layer = 120 GB total , and speed 12 X
DVD Rom speed 24X
CD Rom speed 36X

And price 500 to 550 USD , i don't mind 

High end is currently half of what you want GPU wise. New consoles usually have the specs of high end from a few years ago. If Sony is nice, they'll give us something around 15TF but I wouldn't count on it.

You might be right, but you also need to remember we are talking about AMD GPU here, not Nvidia , 15 teraflop Nvidia will be equal to 20 to 22 teraflop on AMD gpu , and also if PS5 releasing in 2020 or even 2021 , 20 teraflop + will be a mainstream GPU or standard even on PC. And high end will be like 24 to 30 teraflop on AMD PC GPU.



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its so early, and even further away. kind of curious if they might decide to step it up and not give xbox a year head start. time will tell. I will be out at midnight waiting on both at launch anyways.



 

Hahaha...oh dear, who ever wrote that article is complete idiot.
Customized GPU based on Navi for PS5...sure.
Whole Navi architecture just cause of PS5...oh dear, is this guy for real?



Some of you are expecting 24GB of G6? That's 16GB more RAM over the Pro. Not happenin'.



                                                                                                             

CGI-Quality said:

Some of you are expecting 24GB of G6? That's 16GB more RAM over the Pro. Not happenin'.

if Xbox One X can have 12 GB GDDR5  on this gen why not go nuts on next gen. Also future PC GPU will also go nuts. Even AMD has GPU that support 64 GB HBM2. And also even if it's imposible "a man can dream " . XD 



HoloDust said:
Hahaha...oh dear, who ever wrote that article is complete idiot.
Customized GPU based on Navi for PS5...sure.
Whole Navi architecture just cause of PS5...oh dear, is this guy for real?

That is semantics.

The article and some followups touch the fact that AMD can´t compete with Nvidia on the high-end spectrum, with the disappointing performance of Vega. So, Navi was designed from the ground-up to target console environment.

In a previous thread, I said it was ridiculous to imagine the PS5 being released with an "unproven" GPU architecture. However, this article shed some light on what Navi really is. 

According to the article, Navi might be a revision on the RX500 series and still a GCN. AMD is probably hoping to use the same base to Xbox Next and even a new Nintendo semi-portable console.

If Navi could be scaled down from console level to mobile level, it would be a big win for AMD. 

I still believe it could be too much of a risk for Sony. Sony position now is weaker than it was during the PS2/PS3 transition. But at the same time, it is comfortable enough for not to rush into a technological arms race with Microsoft.