It doesn’t take much longer for PlayStation 5 to hit stores worldwide. Meanwhile, Sony is sharing some important details of its console and the latest one will leave many people amazed.
In a recent interview, Sony’s vice president of mechanical design revealed that the PS5’s cooling system could be optimized through software updates. That is, the console’s cooling will tend to improve over time.
Sony will collect game data to improve PS5 cooling
According to Yasuhiro Ootori, the Japanese company will collect data from the games that will be released for PS5 in the future. The idea will be to use this information to optimize the console’s fans.
This predicts that the cooling system will behave differently in different games. When a game requires more from PlayStation 5, the fans will increase their speed for better heat dissipation and vice versa.
Yasuhiro Ootori goes further and reveals that the PlayStation 5 has three temperature sensors inside. These were designed to control the speed of the console’s fans depending on the recorded temperature. Behavior that will be improved through software updates.
PlayStation 5 is big, but there are good reasons for that
It is impossible to remain indifferent to the physical dimension of the PlayStation 5. This is the largest console ever developed by Sony, but this choice has advantages for players.
The main reason is the incorporation of 120mm fans inside. These will draw air from both sides of the console, so that it is always at an ideal temperature.
So it is expected that the PS5 will be much quieter than its predecessor, just to run more demanding games. And that will be something that everyone who has or has had a PS4 will love.
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