Sony Released a Quieter Version of the PS4 Pro Without Telling Anyone

Ceria Alfonso
Noviembre 8, 2018

The latest tweak to the PlayStation 4 Pro makes the powerhouse console nearly as quiet as Sony was about sneaking the new model into stores.

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Right now, this new PS4 Pro revision appears to only be shipping with Sony's Red Dead Redemption 2 bundle but as we get closer to the holiday shopping season, we will likely see these pop up in new bundles and as standalone machines. That makes for a six-to-seven-decibel noise reduction from the launch model. Last year's updated PS4 Pros have CUH-7100 printed on their packaging. Now, the company has rolled out a new model, one that's quieter than the PS4 Pros to have come before it. This new supply uses the standard figure-eight-style input that's also used in the PlayStation 4 Slim, Xbox One, and Xbox One X. Older PlayStation 4 Pros used a three-prong connector for their power supplies. "But PlayStation 5 is still years away, and in the here and now, the CUH-7200 series is the best version of the PlayStation 4 Pro hardware on the market". As noted by Slash Gear, there's already been one revision to the PS4 Pro's launch model, and both reportedly suffer from "jet engine" fan noise. In the United Kingdom, at least, Digital Foundry believes CUH-7200s are only being distributed as part of the Red Dead Redemption 2 bundle pack for the time being, but a full rollout is nearly certain to follow soon.

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