Once again we talk about the PlayStation 5 and its possible computing power, the protagonist of a very interesting post posted on Twitter by a fairly reliable insider.
Actually according to what the user stated Parrot, the power of the next console of the Japanese giant would be about 9.2 TFLOPS and the GPU should have one 2 GHz frequency, To get an idea of what the impact of the incoming machine might be next year, you can compare it to a Nvidia video card from last year, or GeForce RTX 2080.
In addition to completing the insider tweet, there is a direct comparison with the frequency of GPUs of the last two generations of Sony consoles, to better understand what the leap of the generation we are about to witness may be. If "PS5" will really have a frequency of 2.000GHz, PS4 stopped at 0.911Ghz and PS3 a 0.800Ghz. In short, if all this were true, it would be a significant improvement.
This is obviously information to be taken with the pliers and you will need to wait for Sony's official announcement to find out the final details of the console. The only security we currently have is the presence of a handy SSD in the PS5 that will make loads extremely fast.
According to some rumors, next February 2020 there could be a PlayStation Meeting featuring PS5 and Ghost of Tsushima.