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How to Factory Reset PS5 or PS4

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How to Factory Reset PS5 or PS4

This article will show you how to Factory Reset PS5 or PS4. Players may want to reset the factory settings on their PS5 and PS4 for a variety of reasons. Even though Sony’s newest home console is a little over a year old, its library is still being filled with a huge range of games. The PS5 still has a long life ahead of it, with major AAA games and the best independent games available. Even so, there are certain hardware flaws because new consoles frequently come out with a few glitches that can be fixed by performing a factory reset.

Even while this is normally only done in dire circumstances, each player may have a justification. Fortunately, the procedure is not too difficult. It also works well if a player wants to sell their PS5 to a store or another person. If the player resets the PS5 to default mode, it will go back to the way it was when the player first got it. This means that the system will lose all of its games, apps, movies, log-ins, and personal information. When the next person turns it on, it will be as if it had never been used before. But when you do a factory restart, you have a lot of choices that the console doesn’t explain.

1. How to Factory Reset PS5

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  1. Go to the Settings menu by clicking the gear symbol.
  2. Choose System.
  3. Software for the system.
  4. Choose the Reset option.
  5. To reset your console, select it.
  6. Choose Reset.

2. How to Factory Reset PS4

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  1. Launch your console’s Settings menu.
  2. Once you see Initialization, scroll all the way down and click on it.
  3. Choose PS4 Initialize. Essentially everything you have stored on your PS4 gets deleted.
  4. To fully reset your console, choose Full on the next screen. This enables your console to function as though you have only recently unpacked it.

3. PS4 vs PS5

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The Sony PlayStation 5 has been out for a few years. It’s not the fastest system in the world, but it’s a big step up from the PlayStation 4. The PS5 is better than the PS4 in almost every way. It has a whole new design, better resolution support, and faster storage thanks to the SSD. We know everything there is to know about the next-generation system, from its specs and design to the games it will likely have. There’s a lot to talk about, so let’s compare the PS4 and PS5 right away.

4. PS5 vs. PS4 vs. PS4 Pro specs

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Even a quick look at the PS5’s specs shows that it’s not the same level as the PS4 or the PS4 Pro. Sony has made its platform better in every way. It now has better storage, faster processing parts, the ability to use bigger disks, and support for higher resolutions. We know that there will be two models of the PS5: the Standard Edition and the Digital Edition. Both will have the same specs, except that the Digital Edition won’t have a disc drive.

We’ll talk more about most of these specs as we go through this review. In general, though, it’s important to think about what these specs are about. Since the PS5 is much newer and has a different architecture, some of the specs shouldn’t be compared closely. For example, both the PS5 and the PS4 Pro have the same number of compute units (CU), but the CUs in the PS5 are much more powerful because they have a higher chip density. Still, other specs can be compared side by side. The PS5 has a better DVD drive and can handle higher resolutions.

5. PS4 vs. PS5 graphics

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Both the PS4 and PS5 use special AMD Radeon chips, but the PS5 is a lot more powerful. Sony says that the PS5 has twice as many CUs and a much faster clock speed than the PS4. But the TFLOPs, which are very important, are where the two are most different.

“Teraflops” is a popular word among makers of video game consoles, and for good reason. Even though TFLOPS don’t show speed as a whole, it’s a good number to use when making comparisons. With its 18 CUs running at 800MHz, the PS4 has a clock speed of 1.84 TFLOPS, which means that it can do 1.84 trillion floating-point processes per second. The PS5’s GPU, on the other hand, can do 10.3 TFLOPs.

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