Following the news about the removal of the PlayStation Portable's MHz cap, which finally gave developers a free reign of the clock frequency of the CPU, Beyond3D was able to get some more details from its sources...
it looks to be taking full advantage of the clockspeed advancement
I hope the full 333MHz doesn't shorten battery life which is all that matters in my book.
Battery life is one problem but there is also the issue of heat as well. The only time heat has been a problem for me is when I'm using the internet browser while charging it for more than 30 minutes, so I guess they may have figured this out while testing it. Here's hoping that the new PSP 2000 resolves this!
I agree with you 100 perc. MK_Red
i think it might short the battery life by a hour too bad *Beyond* *Beyond* ign matt
I hope they are gona fix this before they release the new psp model because im looking forward to buying it. Sony has the tools and materials to handle this i think.
That Sony even had to restort to limiting access to the CPU from the start screams of poor hardware -_-
i think sony is having a wifi problem, i have a wifi problem with my ps3 and they really should fix this!
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