I got there! i fell We don’t have the PlayStation 5 console in stock (Though they’re starting to show up around here), at least we can play with a device that has a console processor. it’s about a Kit AMD 4700S, revealed by a South Korean publication that mentioned its specifications.
Based on AMD 4700S Kit playstation 5 chip, only the RDNA2 video card does not come with the package. The web version comes with a Radeon RX 550, but there may be other variations. Why AMD technology? Because that’s what we find on both Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, as well as PlayStation 5. Sony has a problem with the RDNA2 / Zen 2 chips due to the global component crisis. The ADM 4700S is a complete package for the PC, a kit that includes a cooler, CPU based on AMD Zen 2, an octa core chip with 16 threads, but also 8 or 16 GB of GDDR6 memory.
Those who dissected the kit found no trace of the Ryzen branding, despite the fact that we also have the Zen 3000 architecture found on the Ryzen 2 chips. To make this kit, the CPU and memory are connected to a fairly simple motherboard. It has 2 SATA ports, 1 Ggbps LAN port, 8 USB ports, audio I/O outputs, and headers for additional USB connections. We don’t have an M.2 NVMe port and we only look for a PCIe 2.0 x4 slot for a GPU. The kit does not come with the GPU on board. If I also had an RDNA2 GPU, only then would I have the equivalent of a PS5.
There are several limitations here: AMD APUs need 250W, and PCI Express 2.0 is a thing of the past. You cannot change the RAM that is attached to the motherboard. Compatible graphics cards are the AMD RX 500 series, but there are also NVIDIA GT 710, 730 and GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti, max GTX 1060. It doesn’t look like very high-end gaming in 2021. PCIe bandwidth is the main problem here.