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PlayStation 4 released

15th November 2013
PlayStation 4 released

Moving away from the more complex Cell architecture of its predecessor, the PlayStation 4 featured a more familiar AMD x86-64 Accelerated Processing Unit, in hopes of attracting a broader range of developers and support for the system. The PlayStation 4's GPU could perform 1.843 teraflops, making it, at the time, the world’s most powerful games console.

The PlayStation 4 used a processor developed by AMD in cooperation with Sony. It combined a central processing unit (CPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU), as well as other components such as a memory controller and video decoder.The CPU consisted of two quad-core Jaguar modules totaling 8 x86-64 cores.


 

 

 


 

PlayStation 4 released

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