The PS5 Pro can compete with gaming PCs using Gen 5 SSDs

Now that the latest version of Sony’s console has been available for two years, some have turned their attention to the potential of a PS5 Pro. A modified edition of the console can bring more power to ensure that the system can support more demanding titles, but the biggest change it can bring is the adoption of NVme Gen 5.0 SSDs.

If you’re familiar with SSDs for the PS5, you know they’re currently NVMe Gen 4.0 and match the PS5’s internal drive itself. Even at the end of 2022, these drives are still very good and will not be replaced by the new Gen 5 SSDs that are expected to become mainstream in 2023 and beyond. That’s what makes the possibility of the PS5 Pro so exciting.

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