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Article: FCC Shows Off PlayStation 4 Developer Kit
Article: FCC Shows Off PlayStation 4 Developer Kit –
anybody know what this means? care to explain to us folk who cant understand such stuff
Clock speed 2.75 GHz?is that per core?
Originally Posted by lowsnamebrand
Not bad considering it has eight cores but aren't dev units under powered compared to the actual console?
Originally Posted by pyrose
It does not mean much to the end user. It's just info on a prototype dev unit used by game developers when testing/developing games.
Thanx , i was wondering about that 2.75gz, surely that cant be the clock for the jaguar cpu that it has, because all the gaming sites have been reporting 1.8gz
Originally Posted by Tranced
Nope, CPU frequency should be the same. It's the GDDR5 they are referencing. This is from wikipedia "On February 20, 2013, it was announced that the PlayStation 4 will utilize 16 4-Gbit GDDR5 memory chips for 8 GiB of GDDR5@5.5Gbits/s (CK 1.375GHz and WCK 2.75GHz) as combined system and graphics RAM for use with its AMD-powered APU". The write clock of the GDDR5 is 2.75GHz.
Basically, it is a prototype submitted for FCC compliance after conducting some tests as EMI/EMC. This shall ascertain products certifications as CE/CB/FCC, etc.
The frequency referred to is the data bus frequency.
Though the operating temp. is surprising - 5 to 35 deg Cel. which is hard to maintain while operating it unless ran in a AC room.
I suppose the 5 to 35 deg Cel is minimum operating temp. (to keep the cold out) But I would guess it would run +-50
Originally Posted by adrenalineforu