It has been more than 10 months since the premiere of the PlayStation 5. Despite the fact that the Sony console In such a short time it managed to sell more than 10 million copiesBreaking the previous record, however, many people still complain about the problems with the availability of the device in stores.
Meanwhile, as Press Start reports, the Japanese do not sleep pear in the ashes and have quietly released a slightly updated version of the PlayStaiton 5 Digital Edition. The first keyboards are marked with a number CFI-1102A Already appeared on the shelves of Australian stores.
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However, the differences in the “original” model are slight. The new console is a little lighter. Exactly father. 300 g.The most interesting changes concern the stand attached to the device, the assembly of which was a nightmare for some users. The stand is now easier to install. The manufacturer also used a different screw that no longer requires a screwdriver to tighten.
We don’t know more about the changes made to the “new” PS5, as Sony has yet to officially confirm that such a variant has actually gone on sale. The Japanese may also have dealt with the problem of noisy fans or squeaking coils, which some users have also complained about.
PlayStation 5 with M.2 SSD support
A few weeks ago, Sony announced that PlayStation 5 would be coming soon Will support M.2 SSDs from outside producers. A system update that will allow additional memory to be installed in the console is on its way, and the lucky ones are already testing this feature.
We also got acquainted with the requirements of disc manufacturers:
- Interfejs: PCIe Gen 4.0 (x4) M.2 NVMe SS
- Capacity: 250 GB, 500 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB or 4 TB
- Heatsink Required: Embedded or Self-Added
- Recommended sequential read: 5500MB/s
- Format: 2230, 2242, 2260, 2280, or 22110
- Overall dimensions with heat sink: 110 x 25 x 11.25 mm
- Heatsink height (above SSD): 2.45 mm
- Heatsink height (above SSD): 8 mm.
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