NVLink was introduced in 2014. So it was after SLI was first introduced. But the increase in bandwidth is definitely going to be helpful.You do know NVLink has a speed of like 50GB/s
PCIE3s bandwidth was never the issue.
If they are planning a multi-GPU PS5 Pro, that pretty hectic, assuming its literally double the PS5 that would be a hell of a machine and legacy mode would be easy to program....just use one GPU.
I guess they really can patent this because its specifically related to consoles not just GPUs.
Lets see who releases multi chip module GPUs first.
The power management part seems to spell out what the PS5 management may be doing in a very layman way: