In an interview with IGN, PlayStation 4 Pro lead architect Mark Cerny explained that the Pro will feature an extra 1GB of RAM. "We felt games needed a little more memory, about 10 percent more, so we added about 1GB of slow, conventional DRAM to the console," Cerny explained. Cerny went on to explain that games on the PS4 Pro can now use an additional 512 mb, so about 5.5 GB in total on the PS4 Pro, while the rest is used for the Pro's interface. He summarized what that memory benefit means by saying that "games have just a little more memory, 512MB to be exact, and most of that is used for the various buffers needed when rendering high-resolution or higher-quality graphics, and the game assets... stay the same, they just look a heck of a lot better on the new console." Cenry also confirmed that users will be able to replace the console's internal HDD with a new drive of their choosing. The PS4 Pro has ‘the same setup" as the standard PS4.
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