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PS3 and Xbox Specs

Discussion in 'Fan Boys Forum' started by ragul40, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. ragul40

    ragul40 New Member

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    Hi,
    I noticed there were no specs on the Xbox and PS3 so I made this thread.
    Specs Microsoft Xbox 360 Sony PS3
    Central Processing Unit (CPU)
    • Xbox 360
    • Three Symmetrical PowerPC-based CPU cores with 3.2GHz processor speed
    • Six Hardware Threads (2 per core)
    • 1MB L2 Cache
    • VMX-128 vector unit per core
    • PS3
    • 1 Power PC-based Core with 3.2GHz processor speed
    • 7 SPEs for Gaming
    • 7 SRAM (256 KB each) for SPE
    Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)
    • Xbox 360
    • Custom ATI Graphics Processor
    • 10MB embedded RAM
    • Unified Shader Core Architecture
    • 500 million triangles per second
    • 16 Gigasamples per second
    • 1 TFLOPS floating point performance
    • PS3
    • RSX Graphics Processor
    • Full HD up to 1080p
    • 1.8 TFLOPS floating point performance
    Memory
    • Xbox 360
    • Unified Memory Architecture
    • 512MB of 700 MHz GDDR3 RAM
    • PS3
    • 256MB XDR RAM Main RAM at 3.2GHz
    • 256MB GDDR3 VRAM at 700MHz
    Sound
    • Xbox 360
    • Dolby 5.1 with 32-bit Audio processing
    • 320 Independent Decompression channels and 256 audio channels
    • Supports 16-bit audio too
    • PS3
    • Cell-based processing with Dolby 5.1
    • Gets support for Blue-ray Disc audio formats
    Controller
    • Xbox 360
    • Wireless Controller Support
    • PS3
    • Bluetooth
    • Wi-Fi
    • USB 2.0
    • IP Network
    Media and Compatibility
    • Xbox 360
    • CD/DVD-ROM, CD-DA, DVD+, -R/RW
    • Backward compatibility with Xbox titles
    • PS3
    • CD/DVD/BD-ROM, CD-DA, SACD, Dual Disc, DVD+, -R/RW, BD-R, BD-RE
    • Backward compatibility with PS2 and PS
     

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