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Originally Posted by arcticstoatSmall point, but the Wii U doesn't use an AMD APU, it uses a PowerPC CPU and an AMD GPU, which are in the same package, but not on the same die (basically, so it has easy backward compatibility with Wii and GameCube titles on the Virtual Console without having to tweak problems in machine code) - it's a completely different setup from an x86 AMD APU.
Originally Posted by rolloFixed 2 year sub so like a contract on a mobile phone. Can see that not been well received with parents if that is indeed the case.
Originally Posted by YslenSo if the PS4 has GDDR5 and the next Xbox uses DDR3, does that mean games are all going to be written to Xbox spec and the gains PS4 owners see will be minimal?
I suppose as with desktop APUs there will still be some performance gain from running faster memory.
countless versions of the PSP and the PS Vita
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