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== Overview ==
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[[File:AdTDNNI.png|thumb|right]]
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[[File:CXD 900 6266.jpg|thumb|SSD controller on left, DDR4 memory chip on right]]
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[[File:TH58LJT0T24BA4M.jpg|thumb|One of the six flash memory chips surrounding the SDD controller]]
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[[File:Expandable SSD Storage Slot.jpg|thumb|Expandable SSD Storage Slot]]
 
The PS5 has an 825GB PCIe 4.0 SSD soldered to the motherboard. It uses a proprietary custom controller.<br>
 
The PS5 has an 825GB PCIe 4.0 SSD soldered to the motherboard. It uses a proprietary custom controller.<br>
There is a user-accessible slot for a m.2 2282 PCIe 4.0 SSD under the left side panel for future upgrades.
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There is a user-accessible slot for a m.2 2282 PCIe 4.0 SSD under the left side panel for future upgrades.<br>
[[File:AdTDNNI.png|thumb|right]]
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[https://www.4gamer.net/games/990/G999027/20201116053/ Info]
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== NVMe Expansion ==
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Currently, any attempt to add a NVMe drive results in the following error:
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  A module is inserted in the expansion slot.
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  Turn off your PS5, remove the module, and then turn the PS5 back on.
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  Your PS5 will shut down in 30 seconds.
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(Tested on a v1.00 CFI-1015A w/ a Samsung 970 EVO Plus)

Latest revision as of 03:22, 5 January 2021

Overview[edit]

AdTDNNI.png
SSD controller on left, DDR4 memory chip on right
One of the six flash memory chips surrounding the SDD controller
Expandable SSD Storage Slot

The PS5 has an 825GB PCIe 4.0 SSD soldered to the motherboard. It uses a proprietary custom controller.
There is a user-accessible slot for a m.2 2282 PCIe 4.0 SSD under the left side panel for future upgrades.

Info

NVMe Expansion[edit]

Currently, any attempt to add a NVMe drive results in the following error:

 A module is inserted in the expansion slot.
 
 Turn off your PS5, remove the module, and then turn the PS5 back on.
 
 Your PS5 will shut down in 30 seconds.

(Tested on a v1.00 CFI-1015A w/ a Samsung 970 EVO Plus)