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65nm CELL processor production started

Discussion in 'PS3 - Modding & Hacking' started by hade, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. hade

    hade Regular member

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    although the ps3 doesn't suffer from the overheating woes that plagued 360s early on, its still nice to see improvements.
     
  2. Domreis

    Domreis Regular member

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    hmm... do you have a link to your quote?
     
  3. hade

    hade Regular member

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    yup

    link mentioned here

    link and here

    link quote came from here
     
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  4. ferrytran

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    is this a good thing for people with the current ps3? 90nm sounds better then 65nm. but is the 65nm better?
     
  5. hade

    hade Regular member

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    basically its more efficient for sony, its cheaper($$) and cuts back on heat. like i said above about the lack of overheating issues this is something that is really neither good or bad for current owners. game performance, features, capabilities are still the same...


     
  6. anubis66

    anubis66 Regular member

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    well when these are mass produced, ill brick my ps3 during an update. sony is required to replace brinks right? because thats a firmware issue and if the power "goes out" then its not my fault.
     
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    xyqo Regular member

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    Not a bad idea but still it doesn't make too much of a difference either way you know. Sony just loses less money
     
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  8. blacGoku

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    what up peeps ,heres some more on that and that is good news for them
    [bold]65nm Cell; PlayStation cost controls on the horizon[/bold]
     

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