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Old 14-09-21, 02:33 PM
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Sony's PS5 Next System Update will enable M.2 SSD Expansion and more this week

Customisable UX options, 3D audio for TV speakers and more.



Read more about Sony's PS5 September System Software Update.

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FINALLY

Question though Mark, I dont see any PS5 listed ssds officially tested on any of the links? Did I miss this somewhere?

Either way I'm stoked.
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FINALLY

Question though Mark, I dont see any PS5 listed ssds officially tested on any of the links? Did I miss this somewhere?

Either way I'm stoked.
Sony hasn't released a list of verified drives. They just have the same list of recommended SSD specs as before.

I think they will just work with manufacturers to create PS5 branded SSDs at some stage in the future. Just like what they do with external HDDs and SSDs. That way they can probably make a small commission from the sale.
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Old 15-09-21, 10:01 AM
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Sony hasn't released a list of verified drives. They just have the same list of recommended SSD specs as before.

I think they will just work with manufacturers to create PS5 branded SSDs at some stage in the future. Just like what they do with external HDDs and SSDs. That way they can probably make a small commission from the sale.
I think they could get more than a small commission if they can find a good deal. Afterall much of ASUS hardware is produced from external companies. e.g 100% of their monitors.

But its the logical thing to do. Then you can optimise for said storage device and not be required to support the rest as they are not official products
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