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|The PlayStation 5s SSD jump is more impressive than you might think|
Added: 20.04.2019 23:18 | 5 views | 0 comments
Earlier this week, Sony surprisingly began discussing the PlayStation 5 and its hardware specs in detail. Gamers know that the next-gen console will use a Risen processor and a Navi GPU from AMD but beyond that, the PS5 will make the jump from hard drives to SSDs. Quicker loading times are the obvious benefit here but it would seem that there are other gameplay-affecting benefits that arent getting as much attention.
Nowadays, gamers are used to seeing massive open-world games clocking in at sizes upwards of 100GB or in some cases, even higher. It takes time for hard drives to pull in all of this data, resulting in long loading screens but also impacting the speed at which a player can move throughout the world.
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Added: 20.04.2019 21:47 | 23 views | 0 comments
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|Somatic symptom disorder linked to changes in brain functional connectivity|
Added: 19.04.2019 18:29 | 3 views | 0 comments
Alterations in functional connectivity of the brain may help in understanding the neurobiological changes leading to somatic symptom disorder (SSD), researchers report in a new study.
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Added: 19.04.2019 5:12 | 29 views | 0 comments
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|The PlayStation 5 sounds amazing, but will it cost a fortune?|
Added: 19.04.2019 0:19 | 3 views | 0 comments
TSA writes: "Out of nowhere, Sony sat their lead console architect Mark Cerny down in a room with a journalist and had him demo and show off their next generation of PlayStation console. From what he described for yesterdays next-gen PlayStation reveal, its practically just a dream wish-list of components and system capabilities. Its got a powerful modern CPU, a next generation GPU, ray tracing technology, a ludicrously fast SSD to eliminate loading screens, and backward compatibility. While Ill be very happy to be proven wrong, this also doesnt sound like itll be a £349/$399 console."
|8K Gaming, Ray Tracing, and SSD: What You Need to Realize About PS5|
Added: 18.04.2019 20:20 | 0 views | 0 comments
Few unrealistic expectations are seeding in due to limited details shared today. its important to know what you should expect from PS5.
|5 Things the Next Xbox Needs to Beat the PS5|
Added: 18.04.2019 17:35 | 0 views | 0 comments
A huge wedge of PS5 information yesterday has everyone excited, talking about elements like the PlayStation 5s new 3D sound chip, super-fast SSD or even the fact its going to have ray tracing. So, if youre John Microsoft, the man in charge of making the fourth Xbox more exciting than Sonys proposition, heres got some ideas for you.
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Added: 18.04.2019 15:24 | 16 views | 0 comments
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|Microsoft's Next Xbox Is Going To Have To Match PS5's Most Exciting New Feature|
Added: 18.04.2019 4:19 | 0 views | 0 comments
Sony's next-generation PlayStation, which we're calling the PS5, is going to come with an SSD, which is a major upgrade. When Microsoft announces the next Xbox, it's going to need an SSD.
|Opinion: What PS5 Will Mean For Live Games|
Added: 17.04.2019 15:20 | 3 views | 0 comments
From PSU: "While we assume this system will be called the PlayStation 5, we know its coming with some very impressive specs. The PS5 will include 8K support, PS4 backward capability, PSVR capability, a built-in SSD, and more. All of these features have been previously reported on by PSU and elsewhere, but this leaves me with one question: What about my live games?"
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