The rumor is that the next PS5 console will use both a ryzen 8 core processor and navi gpu, and could be on the market in time for Christmas. In general, consoles only have to be half as powerful as a desktop to achieve the same results, because the games are optimized for the specific hardware and, supposedly, the PS5 is aimed at VR gaming in particular, but that kind of processing power could also be used for real time ray tracing. Which might also explain why they are intent on using AMD's newest Navi graphics architecture. All of which, smells like AMD cutting a deal with Sony to deliver their PS5 hardware, if Sony supplies the necessary high bandwidth memory. Part of the current gpu crisis is that the memory suppliers have not been able to keep up with the demand, and Sony has a new cheaper version of HBM and also produces the next generation HBM3 which is twice as fast as HBM2 and are coming on the market soon. Exactly where all this is going is anyone guess, but by the end of next summer we should be able to separate fact from fiction. At any rate, I'd rather hear hopeful rumors at this point, and the gpu market appears to be moving again. Navi is AMD answer to Nvidia's Tesla architecture and, as such, it would ideally use their infinity fabric to inexpensively join multiple cheap gpu chips on a single wafer and incorporate their own version of Nvidia's "Tensor Cores" used for ray tracing, among other things. Since Nvidia has announced their intention to release a new graphics card in july or august based on Tesla, AMD may have felt compelled to accelerate their plans.