The new variant reportedly runs a bit hotter than the original model, but its fan remains a lot quieter.
The only other difference with the new PS4 Pro model is the power plug port adopts the same figure of eight shape as the PS4 slim. That makes for a six-to-seven-decibel noise reduction from the launch model.More news: CNN journalist Jim Acosta’s White House access revoked after spat with Trump
In brief: With exclusive titles such as God of War, the PlayStation 4 continues to outsell the Xbox One. If previous reports of noise issues have put you off of buying a PS4 Pro and enjoying 4K gaming, you can put those concerns to rest as Digital Foundry report little more than a constant hum during normal gameplay. Arguably, the existence of the Pro has spurred on the adoption and continued development of reconstruction and temporal-based rendering techniques that have allowed relatively modest hardware to punch above its weight in addressing the next generation of display technology - technologies that will surely persist into development for the next wave of consoles.More news: Facebook Messenger's unsend feature is coming soon
Having your console whirring away is an unwelcome distraction and one that you'd rather avoid if you could. However, it's also in the Red Dead Redmeption 2 PS4 Pro Bundle.More news: Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata Leaves Square Enix, DLC Cancelled