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Snookies12  +   513d ago
Are people still calling it the Orbis? It's the PS4, that's official now... (As if there was any doubt anyway lol.)
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TheGamerDood  +   513d ago
And before the mods say anything, VGLeaks was dead on with their rumors on PS4 so please allow this to go through.
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Arai  +   513d ago
Yeah I got that flag also, but they were spot on with their leaks, more so than other websites.

Regarding the link you just posted I submitted a rumor earlier on N4G.
NewMonday  +   512d ago
popped a vein trying to understand it

tried Google translate but still no luck
TheGamerDood  +   512d ago
Links weren't save in my post from last edit? o.O

first mentioned on beyond forums now backed by VGL.
http://www.neogaf.com/forum...

discussion/breakdown of VGL article where they'll translate the nerdy tech speak for the rest of us.
http://www.neogaf.com/forum...
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NewMonday  +   512d ago
apparently the GPU is designed to be very quick with switching tasks, and to take the most advantage of that lots fast RAM is needed, this is where the 8g of DDR5 comes in.
Qrphe  +   513d ago
So another confirmation that it's based on the HD 7000 series. Ironically, the RSX was based on the GeForce 7000 series as well back in 2005.
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GiantFriendlyCrab  +   512d ago
HD 8000 series
forum67  +   512d ago
So its closer to AMD 7850. No wonder they aren't introducing 8 series this year.
Arai  +   512d ago
It's more powerful than a 7850 actually, but yeah if we were to compare the GPU between a 7870/7850 it would be closer to a 7850.

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