Posted September 17, 2018 07:04:40 AMD has released a new graphics driver for the PS5 system, bringing a new batch of graphics hardware to the platform.
The new update is based on the AMDGPU drivers, which is also the new name for the AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition, or Crimson Edition.
The updated AMDGPU driver adds support for the 1060 graphics cards to the PS 5, and brings support for HDR10 (High Dynamic Range) to the console.
We’ll get a full look at the new AMDGPU graphics driver in a few weeks.
The PS5 and PS5 S are available in a number of different configurations, ranging from a basic 4K display to a more expensive console with an extra console dock.
The PS5’s base model has a 4K panel, while the PS3 model has an 8K panel.
The display is not connected via HDMI, which means that the console will not be able to display high-definition video content, but that does not mean that it cannot be upgraded later on to an HDTV.
If you are upgrading from the base model, you can opt to upgrade to a 4k display using the console’s HDMI connection, which will allow the console to display higher-definition content.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are also available with a 4 k display.
If you do not have an extra display to upgrade, you will need to upgrade the PS4 or Xbox One using the PSVR SDK.
If the PS VR SDK supports the PS 4 or Xbox 360 with a display larger than 4k, you might be able upgrade to the more expensive PS5 with a 1080p panel.