Since the announcement of PS5 have been offering some little data on the technical specifications of the new Sony console, and now we know thanks to AMD that PlayStation 5 will have a GPU based on its new architecture RDNA, which will be the basis on which future graphic cards are designed.
Until now, a GCN architecture has been worked on, but its new generation of graphics cards promises an architecture that favors high-speed calculations, which means that there will be better performance per core and higher clock speed. The RDNA architecture has 1.5x performance per watt, as well as performance per core 1.25 times greater than the previous generation.
AMD has not offered specific data on the GPU that will use PlayStation 5, that you know will be customized to get the most out of the new Sony game console. When will we see the first cards with the RDNA architecture? We will not have long, because the AMD Radeon RX5000 will go on sale in July of this same year as we told you in the presentation of the family of Navi graphics cards from AMD.