Sony’s PS5 received an improved response in comparison to PS4. It was praised for the DualSense controller’s enhanced haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. You can definitely expect better graphics in your games. PS5 also supports high refresh rates that can make the games feel smoother. It has a custom SSD that promises to offer a leap forward in loading speeds that can change the way games are designed. The PS5 console is good along with the controller. The games load quickly and it has a more streamlined user interface.
PS5 has been powered by a custom eight-core AMD Zen 2 CPU and a custom AMD Radeon 2-based GPU that offers 10.28 teraflops of raw graphical power. PS5 uses variable frequencies on the CPU as well as GPU. This can theoretically push the graphics to run a bit faster than normal when the CPU is not running at peak. PS5 has 825 GB of storage and 5.5GB/s of throughput. This is fast enough for game developers to build levels without things like elevator rides or winding corridors that can mask levels loading in the background.
Now recently users have reported a problem related to PS5. People have complained that PS5’s media remote volume is not working. Users have complained that they are not able to hear anything on their playing device. They have increased and decreased the volume with their remote but still, it is of no use.
A few users have complained that the sound went mute just by itself in between when they were playing games. Some also said that the volume kept increasing and decreasing by itself. The volume button of the remote was of no use still. A few others said that even though they did not have any issues with the sound, in case if they wished to increase or decrease it, they were not able to do it with the remote.
Now PS5 developers have not mentioned anything on how you can fix this issue. But for now, all you can do is switch off your console for a few minutes, turn it back on. In most cases, if you do this, the console issues get easily resolved. Also, remove the batteries from the remote, insert it back and see if the problem is still there.
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