Xbox 360 offers one teraflop performance

Posted on Friday, May 13 2005 @ 20:31 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Microsoft's upcoming Xbox 360 will offer one-teraflop performance with its triple-core, dual-threaded IBM PowerPC processor.
Microsoft Corp. shifted up from the X86 to a custom triple-core, dual-threaded PowerPC for its Xbox 360 which the company claims delivers 1 teraflop of system-level, floating-point performance. The system marks a further step in the evolution of video game consoles into powerful home entertainment servers.
More details at InformationWeek

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