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Sony PS3 GPU goes 65nm in Fall

Posted on Friday, June 27 2008 @ 21:07:40 CEST by

Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kaz Hirai officially confirmed PS3 Cell processors manufactured since last holiday use 65nm technology and he added the NVIDIA RSX graphics chip in the console will go 65nm too in Fall:
"The Cell and RSX used in PS3s at launch were manufactured using a 90nm process technology. And now all PS3 Cells have shifted to 65nm process technology since last holiday season," he said.

The smaller chip technology runs more efficiently and costs less to produce.

While the improved Cell is in circulation, the RSX graphics chip, created in tandem with Nvidia, still uses 90nm technology.

But a more efficient RSX will be in PS3s shortly, Hirai says. "As for RSX, 65nm process technology has begun this year already, and will be ready for installment in autumn."



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