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The GPU is also a custom unit based on AMD's RDNA
2 graphics architecture. It has 36 compute units running at a variable frequency capped at 2.23 GHz and is capable of 10.28 teraflops.The GPU supports hardware-accelerated real-time ray tracing. Both processing units are monitored by a special boost system incorporating AMD's SmartShift technology that adjusts the frequency of these systems based on the current activities of both chips, to target ideal constant power drawn and a model SoC performance profile. For example, if the CPU is running at lower activity, the boost system may reduce its frequency and increase the frequency of the GPU for higher performance without otherwise affecting power use or cooling. The cooling system includes a large double-sided cooling fan for air intake that is 120mm in diameter and 45mm thick, and a large heat sink with a standard heat pipe design that Sony says has a "shape and airflow [which] make it possible to achieve the same performance as a vapor chamber". SoC cooling includes a liquid metal thermal conductor which sits between the SoC and heat sink. The system contains a 350-watt power supply. Sony developed the PlayStation 5 to consume less energy than the PlayStation 4 for suspended gameplay states.
The console has a new audio technology called Tempest Engine, allowing hundreds of simultaneous sound sources compared to 50 for the PlayStation 4. It has 16 GB of GDDR6 SDRAM with a bandwidth of 448 GB/s, Bluetooth 5.1, and 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6).
The console's form factor was revealed during the June 11, 2020 presentation. The launch unit is a two-tone design matching the design of the DualSense controller, with a black internal block flanked by two white wings along its sides, each lit by blue LEDs. These wings are removable to access certain internal components such as a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD storage expansion slot, the power supply, and the optional Blu-ray disc drive. Beneath the side panels are two "dust catchers" – holes allowing the user to vacuum out dust collected by the cooling system. The unit can operate vertically or horizontally. In its vertical orientation, two long vents for air intake run along the sides of the front, and heat exhaust vents take up much of the back of the console. The front bezels include the optional Blu-ray drive opening and one USB-A and USB-C port each. Sony President Jim Ryan stated that the new games and hardware design were intended to be "transformational in how they look, sound, and feel". He stated that more colors than white and black may be available after launch. The Blu-ray version has dimensions of 390 by 260 by 104 millimetres (15.4 in × 10.2 in × 4.1 in) and 4.5 kilograms (9.9 lb), and the download-only version is slightly slimmer, at 390 by 260 by 92 millimetres (15.4 in × 10.2 in × 3.6 in) and 3.9 kilograms (8.6 lb). The front includes a USB-C port with USB 3.1 and a USB-A port with USB 2.0. The back has two USB-A ports with USB 3.1, an HDMI 2.1 port, Gigabit Ethernet, and power.
Ryan stated that their feasibility research into a "low priced, reduced spec" version concluded that such consoles do not fare well, becoming obsolete too fast.
The internal storage of the PlayStation 5 is a custom-built 825 GB SSD with a 12-channel interface, achieving a raw throughput of 5.5 GB/s. This atypical drive size was found to be optimal for the 12-channel pathway rather than a more common 512 GB or 1 TB unit. With a dedicated decompression unit supporting zlib and the new Oodle Kraken protocol from RAD Game Tools, the unit has a typical throughput of 8–9 GB/s. Mark Cerny stated that a fast SSD was the top request from game developers so the goal not only was to have a theoretical raw read speed 100 times faster than PS4, but to eliminate input/output (I/O) bottleneck points so the performance target could be made effective. To this end, Sony designed a custom chip with multiple coprocessors to work in unison with the flash memory controller to reduce latency and channel data more efficiently around the system. At peak, the custom unit is capable of processing up to 22 GB/s of compressible data.
Storage for games is expandable through an NVM Express (NVMe) M.2 port for Solid-state storage, and USB hard drives. Though game installation is mandatory, the user has some fine-grained control of which components to install, such as only multiplayer. The base console version includes a 4K-compatible Ultra HD Blu-ray optical drive.
The Dualsense controller
Main article: DualShock § DualSense
The new DualSense wireless controller for the PlayStation 5 was revealed on April 7, 2020.It is based on the prior DualShock controller but with modifications influenced by discussions with game designers and players. The DualSense controller has adaptive triggers with haptic feedback through voice coil actuators that can change the resistance to the player as necessary, supporting experiences such as virtually drawing an arrow from a bow. The DualSense maintains most of the same buttons as the DualShock 4, and the "Share" button was renamed to "Create" with additional means for players to create and share content. A new built-in microphone array was added so players can speak to others using only the controller, and the included controller speaker has been improved. It has two-tone coloring, primarily white with black facing. The light bar has been moved to the sides of the touchpad. It has USB-C connectivity, a higher-rated battery, and an audio jack.
Accessories include a charging station for the DualSense, a new HD camera, and a media remote control. The Pulse 3D wireless headset is integrated with the PS5's Tempest Engine 3D audio technology.