According tomedia TweakTown, the PS5’s heat dissipation and should be different from the fan-sounding JET’s PS4 Pro, Sony’s pressure on the PS5 will be very difficult to ensure that the PS5 is low temperature while maintaining low noise, even if playing the GT Racing 7, there is no thermal noise.
The PS5 is reported to have been designed completely new and takes into account temperature and noise. Mark Cerny, ps5’s chief architect, has previously said that “using algorithms to make the frequency adjusted according to CPU and GPU activity” (as we’ve previously reported on you to open the link to read) allows the PS5’s power supply to remain at a stable power, which will also ensure that the fan speed does not take off at the same speed as the aircraft. At the same time, the PS5’s ample ventilation, unique chassis design and slight V-shaped shape will fit the new variable CPU and GPU frequency to keep the host cool.
TweakTown said it heard more about the PS5’s cool, quiet, cool and quiet. In a recent interview with the Guardian, Simon Rutter, Sony’s European executive, said that “Sony has put a lot of effort into making the PS5 powerful cooling.”
In April, MARK Cerny, PS5’s chief architect, said players would be very satisfied with the PS5’s fans and cooling, and that cooling was important for new consoles, which, despite the high energy efficiency of AMD 7nm, would still turn into iron plates after the console was playing 4K games, and the ultra-high-speed solids such as PCIe 4.0 SSD would emit high heat.
The report does not mention how the PS5’s design will be low noise and low temperature, but only mentions that “Sony has made a huge effort to make the PS5 have a powerful cooling and cooling function” and will only be able to reveal the answer in a matter of days.