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Created On: 05/20/2006 12:16 PM
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 06/04/2006 11:12 PM
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MrWicked1968
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PS3 hardware slow and broken. It's from the Inquirer, so you skeptics get out your grains of salt.

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Originally posted by: Unknown Cell memory access appears to be broken, RSX has half the triangle setup rate of the ATI chip in XBox360


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Originally posted by: Unknown RSX can only write about half as much vertex data as it can fetch


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Originally posted by: Unknown Then came the horrible news, RSX appears to be limited to setting up 275 Million triangles/second, anemic compared to the 500+ million in XBox360


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Originally posted by: Unknown Then comes the bomb from [content edited], the Cell local memory read bandwidth is a stunning 16MBps, note that is a capital M to connote Mega vs a capital G to connote Giga. This is a three order of magnitude oopsie, and it is an oopsie, as Sony put it "(no, this isn't a typo...)".


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Originally posted by: Unknown You end up with a console with half the triangle setup rate of the 360, a crippled CPU that is a [content edited] to program, and tools that are atrocious compared to the 360. To make matters worse, you have an arrogant set of execs telling us that twice the price is worth it for half the power, a year late. If it isn't already too late, Sony had better do something about this recto-cranial inversion or it may very well sink the console.


It's going to be brutal for Sony. The 360's overheating problems pale in comparison.

another good article from THG's twitchguru 10 reasons why you don't need a PS3

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 06/05/2006 06:25 PM
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oh well, its sony what can you do. Im starting to actually like microsoft now...odd. Oh well i still say the Wii ftw. The Wii may be more popular then the PS3 if this b.s. continues.

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 06/05/2006 06:35 PM
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I played a Xbox 360 at a lan the other day and its great!!

Im not going to buy one unless it gets a lot cheaper........

BUT, The graphics were amazing, even on standard definition TV

Fight night 3 looks like live TV when your playing!!!!

http://images.xboxyde.com/gall...blic/2492/807_0002.jpg

And the controller is very nice!

P.s FEAR BF2 and Farcry are available for Xbox 360!! Im getting one

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