This PlayStation 5 guide page is dedicated to the issue of Ray Tracing. Does Sony's latest console support Ray tracing? Or is its technical specification too weak for that? For details, please navigate below.
For the record, we give the technical specification of the console:
CPU: Zen 2-8 3.5 GHz cores (dynamic tacking)
GPU: 10.28 teraflops, 36 CUs 2.23 GHz, RDNA 2
Technological process: 7 nm
RAM: 16 GB GDDR6
Memory bandwidth: 448 GB/s
Dedicated internal disk: 825 GB SSD
Additional memory: standard NVMe SSD cards that meet specific console requirements
External storage: USB 3.2 HDD support
Optical disc reader: 4K UHD Blu-ray Drive
Audio: dedicated Tempest 3D chip
The console has components technologically advanced enough to support the ray racing technology. The RDNA 2 processor performs well with ray tracking technology. From now on, many PS5 games should support dynamic lighting technology and the visuals will look even more realistic!