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    Administrator MonkY's Avatar

    PS4 Firmware update v4.50 - e final si oficial!

    Asa cum era de asteptat dupa o perioada serioasa de beta-testing, e gata domnilor (si doamnelor)! Update-ul de firmware v4.50 este finalizat si este prezentat oficial de catre Sony pe blog. Mai multe detalii gasiti aici, dar voi incerca sa dau un copy/paste si mai jos. Va rog sa ne spuneti ce anume va incanta cel mai mult la acest update (external HDD si PS4 Pro Boost Mode, i know!!!) si desigur, daca intalniti ceva probleme. Firmware-ul va putea fi descarcat in mod normal de maine, 9 Martie 2017. Enjoy!

    External HDD
    As we previously mentioned, 4.50 allows to download and store PS4 games and apps to an external HDD. Insert your USB 3.0 HDD into your console, and select it from ‘USB Storage Devices’ from ‘Devices’ in Settings to format it so it’s ready to use (note, any previously stored content will be wiped from the HDD).

    Note: compatible HDDs need to be USB 3.0 or later, between 250GB (min) – 8TB (max).

    The HDD will now be the default download location as long as it’s plugged in; you can select the PS4’s internal storage instead on the ‘Storage’ section in Settings. You can easily move your internally-stored games and apps across to the HDD by selecting ‘Applications’ in ‘Storage’, press the ‘Options’ button and select ‘Move to Extended Storage’. You’ll be able to choose which games and apps you want to move.

    To safely remove the HDD, hold down the PS button on your controller and select ‘Sound/Devices’ and then ‘Stop Using Extended Storage’ from the Quick Menu.

    There is no guarantee that all USB storage devices are compatible with your system.


    PS VR Improvements
    If you’re playing a game in PS VR, and you return to PS4’s home screen, you may notice that the resolution looks lower than normal on the TV ‘Social Screen’. Following this update, you’ll find that the resolution of the system screen displayed on your TV is significantly better when you’re out of VR mode.

    Also, the resolution of Cinematic Mode on PS VR will improve – if your PS VR screen size is set to Small or Medium, the framerate of content viewed in Cinematic Mode goes up from 90Hz to 120Hz with this update.

    PS VR will now support Blu-ray 3D* discs. You will have the ability to watch them in stereoscopic 3D via your headset.


    Voice chat for Remote Play
    We’re adding voice chat when using Remote Play on Windows PC, Mac or an Xperia device. If you’ve got a gaming session planned with your friends, but you’re away from your system, this update makes it seem like you’re right at home. You can switch your mic on and off via the microphone icon on the Tool Bar of the Remote Play app.


    Off-console availability
    We have a variety of off-console apps and features that make communication with other gamers easier, like the PlayStation App and PS Messages. We’re adding an icon, shaped like a smartphone, which indicates a player is logged into PSN but away from their console.


    Custom wallpaper & profile colour
    Ready for a much more personal PS4 home screen? Head to Settings, then select Theme. From here, choose ‘Custom’ and select any screenshot and set it as your new PS4 home screen wallpaper.

    Also there’s a new option to better personalise your Profile page. If you’ve selected a custom cover image, your PS4 will generate a choice of supporting colours based on that image to change the page’s background colour to.


    Share your activity
    You’ll now have more choice on what you want to include on your Activity Feed, letting you create custom stories with text, screenshots, player and game tags. Find the post tool on What’s New, your Profile or Content Info Screen.


    Activity feed privacy
    In addition, you can now change the privacy settings for individual posts. You can alter who sees your Activities via the same-named tab in the Sharing Your Experience section of Settings, while you can decide the level of privacy for videos, screenshots, broadcasts, PS Store and PS Music when you go to upload them. But worry not, you can also alter who gets to see that content after the post has been shared.


    Save Data Shortcut
    Hover over a game title icon and press the Options button. You’ll be given the choice to ‘Upload/Download Saved Data’ from the the PS4’s home screen that let you upload the saved data on your PS4 to PS Plus online storage and download the saved data from PS Plus online storage to your PS4 with ease.


    From Capture Gallery to SHAREfactory
    Select your chosen screenshot or video in Capture Gallery, and by pressing the Options button you’ll have the choice to go straight into SHAREfactory and start editing.


    GIF support
    Get the GIF love in 4.50, as you can now share GIFs from SHAREfactory to your Activity Feeds.


    Boost mode (applicable to PlayStation 4 Pro only)
    PS4 Pro gets a new feature in this update called Boost Mode. This feature has been designed to provide better performance for legacy titles that have not been patched to take advantage of the PS4 Pro’s faster CPU and its faster and double-sized GPU. This can provide a noticeable frame rate boost to some games with variable frame rates, and can provide frame rate stability for games that are programmed to run at 30 Hz or 60 Hz.

    Depending on the game, the increased CPU speed may also result in shorter load times. Keep in mind that Boost Mode is not guaranteed to work with all titles. Turning the setting off will allow the game to be played in a mode that replicates the standard PS4.

    You can turn on the Boost Mode from the PS4’s Settings menu. Go to ‘Settings’, then ‘System’, then scroll down to ‘Boost Mode’ and tick the box to turn Boost Mode on.


    PS Messages and Communities app updates
    We’re also updating the PS Messages (for Android and iOS) and Communities apps (FOR Android and iOS) tomorrow with a few handy features.

    When you receive a Party invitation from your friends on PS Messages, now you can respond with a quick reply, “I’ll join later” or “Sorry, I can’t join,” when you want to get back to them asap.
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    Senior Member mark's Avatar
    Ce sa zic, sweet?
    Faza cu hdd extern e ft buna, in sfarsit am ajuns xbox la capitolul asta.

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    Cons. Mercedes-Benz djleo666's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    Ce sa zic, sweet?
    Faza cu hdd extern e ft buna, in sfarsit am ajuns xbox la capitolul asta.
    Taci din gura ca atunci cand Xbox a anuntat ca adauga suport pt hdd externe fanii Sony au zis ca e o prostie...
    In alta ordine de idei astept sa ajung acasa sa fac update la consola si vad pe urma ce si cum e noul firmware!

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    Member esop's Avatar
    Pentru mine este functia custom wallpaper.
    Pot in cele din urma sa folosesc cateva din zecile de screenshot-uri facute in Horizon Zero Dawn

    /
    codenamed SASUKE?? Really now...

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    Member rolleer's Avatar
    Hdd extern - desigur

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    CG Editor Dant3's Avatar
    Boost Mode si Custom Wallpaper, nu dau doi bani pe faza cu HDD extern.

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    Senior Member poiuyt's Avatar
    eu ca si Dante , ce nu am vazut eu , de ce nu zice nimic de " improve HDR " ?!

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    Senior Member DeathOfArt's Avatar

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    Senior Member Einherjar793AD's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by poiuyt View Post
    eu ca si Dante , ce nu am vazut eu , de ce nu zice nimic de " improve HDR " ?!
    Din câte știu este legat de compatibilitate cu diferite televizoare. Imaginea nu cred că a suferit îmbunătățiri.

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    Senior Member mark's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by djleo666 View Post
    Taci din gura ca atunci cand Xbox a anuntat ca adauga suport pt hdd externe fanii Sony au zis ca e o prostie...
    In alta ordine de idei astept sa ajung acasa sa fac update la consola si vad pe urma ce si cum e noul firmware!
    Prostie pe naiba, te scuteste de dureri de cap cu reinstalari aka PC ca sa faci upgrade la HDD intern. Asa... bagi pe usb si dai.

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    Administrator MonkY's Avatar
    Daca tot iti iei pe USB, iti recomand unul de 7200 RPM. Da, stiu ca e mai aiurea cu sursa externa, dar scapi de loading-uri mari si instalari interminabile. Si daca vrei sa faci o treaba mai desteapta (poate la un moment dat vrei sa-l pui intr-un calculator), atunci iti recomand un HDD intern de 7200 RPM, ca acesta. Si iti iei un rack pe USB 3.0 ca acesta. Iesi si mai ieftin, poti sa pui oricand orice HDD in el... Bafta!

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    Senior Member DeathOfArt's Avatar
    merci MonkY
    dar HDD-u de l-am dat eu l-am gasit la Gatsu10 la 260 de lei
    e asa mare diferenta de la 5400 la 7200 ?

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    Senior Member AlanPoe's Avatar
    V 4.50, primele impresii:

    HDD extern: am incercat un HDD extern Seagate, 2TB @7200 rpm. Este compatibil, insa am o veste proasta: nu suporta partitionarea. Daca vrei sa-ti iei un HDD de 2TB (sau mai mare, sunt suportate marimi de pana la 8TB) si vrei sa folosesti o partitie pentru PS4 si cealalta partitie, sa spunem, pentru backup al datelor de pe PS4, ei bine nu va fi posibil. PS4 iti va vedea un device extern de 2TB si te va intreba daca doresti sa-l folosesti ca mediu de stocare extern, iar odata confirmata operatiunea iti vei putea lua la revedere de la partitiile si eventualele date de acolo.

    Mi se pare important back-up-ul, pe mine m-a ajutat enorm la upgrade-ul hdd-ului intern iar apoi la restaurarea datelor pe actualul PS4 Pro, pentru ca ai posibilitatea de a face back-up al tuturor datelor de pe hard-disk, inclusiv al datelor instalate. Eu am vreo 20 de jocuri instalate constant, am putin timp si vreau sa am acces rapid la majoritatea chestiilor de care as putea avea chef. Pai doar DOOM are vreo 70GB cu toate update-urile, unde mai pui ca nu pot conecta consola decat prin wifi. Fara sa mai spunem ca daca, Doamne fereste, iti crapa Joco-Statia cand ti-e lumea mai draga trebuie s-o iei de la zero cu toate instalarile si patch-urile, nu vei putea infige hdd-ul tau in consola noua pentru a-l folosi ca la inceput.

    Nu am incercat inca boost mode.

    Despre PlayStation VR ar fi cate ceva de spus, in mod special despre suportul pentru Blu-ray 3D, insa o s-o fac pe topicul dedicat, aici.

    Sper totusi sa fi rezolvat glitch-ul cu spatiul de stocare, in situatiile in care mi se cere sa eliberez spatiu pe hdd pentru a instala 2-3GB, desi am liberi 50GB.

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    Administrator MonkY's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by DeathOfArt View Post
    merci MonkY
    dar HDD-u de l-am dat eu l-am gasit la Gatsu10 la 260 de lei
    Sper ca iti da si garantia. Sorry, dar HDD-uri fara garantie nu mai vreau sa vad nici la jumatate de pret!
    Quote Originally Posted by DeathOfArt View Post
    e asa mare diferenta de la 5400 la 7200 ?
    Este! Poate nu asa vizibila ca pe un PC, dar numai pt. timpul de acces si merita banii.

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    Senior Member mark's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by MonkY View Post
    Daca tot iti iei pe USB, iti recomand unul de 7200 RPM. Da, stiu ca e mai aiurea cu sursa externa, dar scapi de loading-uri mari si instalari interminabile. Si daca vrei sa faci o treaba mai desteapta (poate la un moment dat vrei sa-l pui intr-un calculator), atunci iti recomand un HDD intern de 7200 RPM, ca acesta. Si iti iei un rack pe USB 3.0 ca acesta. Iesi si mai ieftin, poti sa pui oricand orice HDD in el... Bafta!
    Intrebare intrebatoare: detecteaza oare un SSD pus in craddle extern ? Hmmmm

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    Senior Member AlanPoe's Avatar
    @mark: atat timp cat este conectat la PS4 prin USB 3.0, de ce nu?

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    Administrator MonkY's Avatar
    Singura chestie aiurea cu SSD-urile pe consola, e ca NIMENI nu stie sa spuna daca VREODATA va functiona TRIM-ul. Cu alte cuvinte, sooner or later, un SSD pe care se scrie mult pe o consola (chiar daca veti spune ca de scris se scrie o data jocul dupa care restul e citire, nu uitati ca se face "swap", se scriu temporare, se genereaza diverse chestii pe hdd)... va muri. Prin urmare ar fi recomandat un SSD cu un controller bun, care sa nu piarda cate 1% pe zi din health fara TRIM, GC and co...

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    Member
    Bun, il iau si eu diseara. In principal sunt interesat de boost mode.

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    Member rolleer's Avatar

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    Junior Member KodiaK's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by MonkY View Post
    Daca tot iti iei pe USB, iti recomand unul de 7200 RPM. Da, stiu ca e mai aiurea cu sursa externa, dar scapi de loading-uri mari si instalari interminabile. Si daca vrei sa faci o treaba mai desteapta (poate la un moment dat vrei sa-l pui intr-un calculator), atunci iti recomand un HDD intern de 7200 RPM, ca acesta. Si iti iei un rack pe USB 3.0 ca acesta. Iesi si mai ieftin, poti sa pui oricand orice HDD in el... Bafta!
    Vezi ca rack-ul este 2.5", deci trebuie HDD de laptop. Nu se potriveste hardul de 3.5" pe care l-ai recomandat.

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