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running psp at 333

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by master353, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. master353

    master353 Regular member

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    how can running your psp at 333 harm it. Will the psp overheat or something? I see the opton to change it in the emulator options but i dont know what it means.
     
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    No it shouldnt harm it since the psp was really made to run at 333. Only downside is that you battery will get drained really quickly
     
  3. maDdoggnz

    maDdoggnz Regular member

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    lol supa quickly
     
  4. gerikoh

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    well said.. 8 consumes as much as twice than the 133mhz
    funny the psp can even outmatch the ps2 w/c is at 299mhz..
    the psp's graphics too is better at 166mhz against the ps2's 147mhz..
    this calls for a ps2 emulator for the psp lol :D
    but the thing is, dvds are 4.7gb against a umd's 1.8gb and a memstick at 4gb. T_T lol again :D
     
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    Eisherz Active member

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    With Sony's upcomming 8 GB memory stick, you could be lucky. Would actually be funny if firmware 4.XX contained a PS2 emulator.
     
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    With Sony's upcomming 8 GB memory stick, you could be lucky. Would actually be funny if firmware 4.XX contained a PS2 emulator.
     
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    Ok, what the ? I only klicked once, why 3 posts?
     
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    Mmmm true you could possibly emulate the PS2 on the PSP with a WHOLE LOT of software rendering and so on but I bet you would get unplayable framerates and all sorts of bugs and issues, not mention ENOURMOUS ISO's the PSP's cache and memory could not possibly process.
     

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