New PS5 Model With Smaller Processor and Cooler Temperatures Reportedly in Development

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A new report from Insider Gaming claims that Sony is working on a new model of the PlayStation 5 that will feature a smaller processor and run cooler than the current model.

The report states that the new model will be codenamed “Project Trinity” and will feature a 5nm APU, which is a smaller and more efficient processor than the 7nm APU found in the current model. The new model will also reportedly not use liquid metal, which is a heat transfer compound that was used in the original PS5.

The report claims that the new model will be slightly smaller than the current model and will run cooler. This is due to the smaller processor and the lack of liquid metal. The report also states that the new model will be more energy efficient, which could lead to longer battery life for the upcoming PS5 portable.

It is unclear when the new model will be released, but Insider Gaming claims that it could be released as early as 2024.

Here are some of the key details about the new PS5 model:

  • Codename: Project Trinity
  • 5nm APU
  • No liquid metal
  • Slightly smaller than the current model
  • Runs cooler
  • More energy efficient
  • Possible release date: 2024

This is just a rumor at this point, so it is important to take it with a grain of salt. However, if the report is accurate, then the new PS5 model could be a significant improvement over the current model.

It will be interesting to see if Sony confirms or denies these rumors in the coming months.

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