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Sony PSP Go processor is 45 percent faster

Posted on Friday, July 03 2009 @ 19:02:25 CEST by


Sony Insider discovered the new Sony PSP Go handheld console will feature a processor with a maximum clock frequency of 480MHz - that's about 45 percent faster than the frequency of its predecessor.
While the PSP Go will most likely be locked in at 333MHz, it is possible that the software within will allow scaling for intensive applications or the full speed will be enabled in a future firmware update. Many of you may remember that the original PSP was always locked to 222MHz, but since firmware 3.50, developers had access to the full 333MHz.




 



 

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