[1][2], In 2015, the CUH-12 series as variants CUH-1215A and CUH-1215B (with 500GB and 1TB storage respectively) were certified in the US by the FCC. The rated power of the original PS4 Pro was 310W. directional buttons, [27] Each core has 32 kB L1 instruction and data caches, with one shared 2 MB L2 cache per four-core module. Differences between the CUH-11 and CUH-12 series included a reduction in rated power from 250W to 230W, a reduction in weight from 2.8 to 2.5 kg, and physical buttons. Other specification changes included HDMI output being upgraded to HDMI 2.0b standard, with HDCP 2.2 compliance. It also drew power at a consistent rate compared to the CUH-7000, though became slightly hotter than the launch system. However, the newer console fan runs slightly slower and became slightly hotter than the 7000 model to gain this improvement. [6], In late June 2015, a 1TB CUH-11 series machine was announced for European/PAL markets. Savegames and profiles will be stored online and on the local memory as backup, it w While it still features an 8-core custom Jaguar CPU from AMD, it runs at a higher 2.1GHz frequency, which is 500MHz faster than the PS4/PS4 Slim. An auxiliary port is also included for connection to the PlayStation Camera, a motion detection digital camera device. The upgraded 'PS4 Pro' (originally codenamed 'Neo',[18][19] product code CUH-7000) uses a more powerful APU initially built with a 16 nm FinFET process from TSMC. MPEG-2, crc Press. The best thing about the PS4 Slim is that it will run exactly the same library of games as the original PS4, because it's pretty much the same console but with a bit of nip and tuck. [45][51] This is 16 times the amount of total RAM found in the PS3 and was expected to give the console considerable longevity. Though based on AMD's GCN architecture, there are several known differentiating factors between the PS4's GPU and current-gen PC graphics cards featuring first-gen GCN architecture: Sharing the die with the rest of the components of the APU is a Digital signal processing SIP block that is either identical to AMD TrueAudio or shares a certain amount of similarity with it. [82] Sony claimed power use reductions of 28% compared to the CUH-1200 series, and 34% compared to the original CUH-1000 series. Twitch, 2.0a HDMI output (initially 1.4, updated HDMI controller via software update 4.0). The console does however support photos and videos at 4K resolution. That produces a theoretical peak performance of 102.4 SP GFLOPS. This new system, model number CUH-7100, besides offering a larger hard drive, used a quieter fan that helped to reduce the noise levels. [52][53] The unified memory architecture allows the CPU and GPU to access a consolidated memory, removing the need for separate, dedicated memory pools. GDDR5 memory speed was increased from 5.5 Gbit/s (or 4x 1.375 GHz) to 6.8 Gbit/s (or 4x 1.7 GHz) increasing total memory bandwidth to 217.6 GB/s which correlates to a 23.8% improvement. The graphics processing unit (GPU) is AMD's GPGPU-capable Radeon GCN architecture, consisting of 18 compute units (CUs) for a total of 1,152 cores (64 cores per CU), that produces a theoretical peak performance of 1.84 TFLOPS. [54][55], The read-only optical drive reads Blu-ray discs at 6× constant angular velocity for a maximum read speed of 27 MB/s – a significant upgrade from the PS3's 2× speeds that were capped at 9 MB/s. [64], The PlayStation 4 features 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T), Bluetooth 2.1, and two USB 3.0 ports.