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 Jun 13, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* PS3 Details Revealed

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Playstation2/Sony
The Inquirer has word on the PS3's graphics chip specs: 550 MHz clock, 90nm fab, over 300 million transistors.

Meanwhile, IBM's been giving away details on the Cell chip:

Releasing the source code encourages other companies to develop applications using the chip, which is 10 times more powerful than PC processors. Companies will be able to develop products without having to sign confidentiality agreements, said IBM fellow Jim Kahle. 'It's going to be a great way to jump-start chip sales,' said Mr Kahle, who holds the highest technical rank at IBM. 'The larger the development community, the more thriving it will be.'

 

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