The SoC powering the PlayStation 5 Pro is likely built on TMSC's N4P process node, according to rumors circulating online.
Speaking on Twitter today, Kepler, a well-known AMD leaker, commented on the yet-to-be-revealed new console from Sony, saying that the console's chips will not be built on a 3nm process node, but likely on the N4P process. node, which is a 4nm process node. According to the leak, there isn't much difference with the N3E 3nm process in terms of power and performance, so using a 4nm process node isn't going to affect the console's power in any significant way.
As already mentioned, very little is currently known about the PlayStation 5 Pro. According to reliable leaker Tom Henderson, the console will launch sometime in November 2024, complete with accelerated ray tracing, an 8K "Performance Mode" and better and more consistent 4K performance. How this will be achieved remains to be seen, although it is said that the console will have faster memory and around 60 Compute Units, almost double the base PlayStation 5 model, 36.
The PlayStation 5 Pro has yet to be officially revealed. We'll keep you updated on the console as soon as more come onto it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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