On June 4, local time, a Sony patent was released in the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) database,media reported. It is understood that the patent, called Electronic device, is a practical one that discusses in detail how to cool down the console.
It is understood that the patent, which was filed by Sony Interactive Entertainment on November 29 last year, details all the cooling components used in the patent, including cooling fans, radiators and power units.
There have been rumors that Sony will provide a very effective cooling system for the PS5, considering that the game console features a very powerful 8-core Zen 2 CPU and 10.3 teraflops GPU, so their performance will probably be greatly improved compared to the PS4 (Pro), and how better cooling is naturally necessary.
As for how the consumer version of the design is still a big question mark. Initially, Sony plans to hold a digital event today (June 4) to announce the new PS5. But now the protest movement over the death of George Floyd, an African-American, has been forced to postpone the event, and it is not certain when the new date will be.
With the console expected to be released this fall, the information will no doubt be exposed sometime in the next three months.