Rumours of a powerful PS 4 are occupying the world wide web for more than a month now, and while not everybody is happy about it, many are still eagerly anticipating it, having already gotten used to nick-names such as PS4.5 and PS4K.
Though Sony has yet to declare an PS4, a report by Bomb has shown an inventory of specifications and specifics of what it will likely be capable of, in addition to a possible code-name for the games console.
According to the report, which large Bomb says has been confirmed by a number of unidentified sources, the new console has since got the internal codename'NEO' and will contain a CPU using 8 Jaguar Cores at 2.1 GHz (compared to original PS4's 1.6 GHz), a greater GPU (AMD GCN, 36 CUs in 9 11 MHz compared the original's 18 CUs in 800-mhz ) and improved RAM (8 GB GDDR5, 218 GB/s when compared with this original's 176 GB/s).
RAM. Lots of RAM.
The report also claims that Sony will demand that every PS 4 match from October 2016 onwards will need to fight having a'Base Mode' along with a'Neo Mode','' so as to work on consoles and both original.
Even the NEO will have the ability to activate 4K image, though developers won't have to generate their matches 4K native.
As for the NEO's HDD, the records state that it is going to likely probably be the same as the PS4, though it's unclear whether it's referring to capacity, speed, or any type.