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Which versions with EE 294Mhz
Which versions with EE 294Mhz –
I don't think that this question has been discussed before
For a long time i'm wondering which version of the PS2 has a 294Mhz EE? and the new enhanced 299Mhz EE starting from which version though ?
since there's no marks on the chip and/or no info from Sony regarding that .
I think people with Linux installed could find out the REAL CPU speed
Really its just a debat as to witch version changed the chips..
Fearther reading can be found through wiki..
However this is the long of the short of it:
"(version 12) There are some disputes on the numbering for this PS2 version, since there are actually two sub-versions of the SCPH-70000.
One of them includes the old EE and GS chips, and the other contains the newer unified EE+GS chip, but otherwise they are identical.
Since the V12 version had already been established for this model, there were some disputes regarding these sub-versions."
"Two propositions were to name the old model (with separate EE and GS chips) V11.5 and the newer model V12, and to name the old model V12 and the newer model V13. Currently, most people use V12 for both models, or V12 for the old model and V13 for the newer one."
Ither way it was near the begining of the SLIM ps2 that had these chips..
Plus just a side note..
Version 14 changed the chips which contains integrated EE and GS chips, and different ASICs compared to previous revisions.. Thus allowing for better cooling and heat dissipation..
In a nut shell: version 12
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