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I'm only talking about the PS3 part and the hardware size and power SACD and Linux support doest affect this. The new PS3 model is just as powerful as all the other PS3 consoles. It doesnt have less RAM, or weaker CPU and GPU. I agree with the PS2 backward compability though, because that required extra chips, so that is one thing that could save extra space.
Originally Posted by vronz
@YoYoBalls You added that while I was editing the article LOL Thanks for the update too
If it was possible to make SwapMagic for PS3 It was already released. I can use my PS3 without upper case and opened BD-ROM.I think its not possible coz what are u think about booting back-up discs? Swap Magic has CD loader system on PS2(Elf file boots back-up disc). PS3 is more secured system. We cant even boot any 3rd party program over 3.56(maybe 3.60 coz we have keys) except DEX. If you can run a 3rd party program with SwapMagic over 3.56 you are able to run MM I think. I'm not a developer but I can see somethings clearly
How da **** did that guy get a ps3 Test? They're pretty rare to find.
Looks really nice...
Would be great to get one...
So before in previous generation of consoles we had only one slim model,
now is new fashion--2 slim models for generation.
Interesting to know---will microsoft release second "Super Slim Xbox360?
Also what interests me is this:
Can PS3 Super Slim run Linux?
What is funny---it consupts---190w, like previous models....
Does someone know where is port for installation of HDD in PS3 SSlim?
Last edited by SkyNet; 09-20-2012 at 08:28 AM.
1. Nope, it cant run Linux. This feature will most likely never be included again because it was used for hacking in the PS3.
Originally Posted by SkyNet
2. No, the PS3 Slim alread halfed the power consumptions that the 1st PS3 did. The first PS3 could use around 200w when playing games, the PS3 Slim uses around 100w. I dont think anyone have done any power consumptions test on the new PS3 Super Slim yet.
3. I havnt seen it yet, but it has been said that you can use standard 2.5" HDD on it.