Is Playstation 4 to use the AMD GPU?? Ok Lets Talk about this. In the wars of the current generation unit, Microsoft depends on the graphics processor 500 MHz ATI Xenos in the Xbox 360. Sony on the other hand uses a 550Mhz Nvidia operating system “and the reality of a compound” on the PS3. However, for the next generation of devices, you may not even be characterized by NVIDIA.
According to a former employee of AMD, Sony is already working on the PlayStation (4) and will use the ATI GPU. Former cree chip AMD ATI man also plays a key role in the new console, but could not his wife has always played an important role in each unit?
Because this is the person who left AMD now, information has not much value. As expected, both AMD and Sony refuses to comment on the statement, but what should be next?
Sony is working on a term of 10 years to his paintings, and that means it could be 2016 before we see a news PS4. While this is unreasonable, in terms of consumers is only 4 years for Sony PS4 to find out what is and should be at least thinking about the next machine.
There were rumors earlier this year showed the PS4 at E3 in June. He later denied by Sony, but you have to wonder if the next Playstation arrive early. Sony is one thing that Microsoft does not want to happen is to get the jump on them like with the launch of the Xbox 360, which appeared a year before the PS3. Microsoft has become a real competitor for this generation, and thus have a head start once again be a great success this time.
My expectations? With the speed at which smartphones and tablets and developing countries in terms of primary energy, as well as continuing to cloud motion games (both digital downloads and streaming), Microsoft and Sony should do something before end of next year
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