The bottom three things are video, audio, and texture decompressors/decoders and a security chip for anti-piracy.
I don't know what the move engine is, but it sounds like a memory controller.
6x 50GB Blu-ray is awesome. Finallly, devs won't compress audio and video (I hope!).
HDMI In is blowing my mind...
I'm getting flashbacks...
Presumably you mean GB/s and, while I'm no techie, I don't think it means that. I'm taking it to mean that while only 32MB of the RAM is capable of 100 GB/s bandwidth, in parallel it could utilise the other RAM pool and thus it amounts to up to functionally 32MB at 170GB/s + everything else at 70 GB/s.3.5 gb of ram @ 192ghz or 6.5-7gb of ram @ 170ghz. Which is better?
Clock speed isn't everything. So, no it isn't weak.
BDXL discs exist, if that's what you're talking about. I imagine they're still too expensive for mass market use.
Nah, that wouldn't take up much.
That's... very, very impressive, if true. But wouldn't this mean a shit load of heat?
The move engine souns like the "blitter" Though I have no idea what that means. Maybe it enables the CPU/GPU to get closer to the 170GB/s bandwidth?
Explain. I don't quite understand it, isn't the point 1080p?
What are we missing from this leak?
Presumably you mean GB/s and, while I'm no techie, I don't think it means that. Only 32MB of the RAM is capable of 100 GB/s bandwidth.
Basically, if the ESram is the frame buffer, it needs to store all the pixels in the frame. At 1080p 4xmsaa and 4 bit coulour depth, the rough amount of memory taken up would require 2x4x4=32 mb, which is just about the size of the esram. Can't do much more than that. Tiling would burn up bandwidth to the main memory, so it is best to avoid it if possible.Explain. I don't quite understand it, isn't the point 1080p?
He was probably talking about AMD flops vs Nvidia flops. Which is a difference in how they are counted. These parts are rumored to both be AMD so it would be a valid comparison.If they are different architectures, then no. ERP a Sony programmer over at beyond3d wrote something I can't quite remember now, but he was basically saying to stop looking at TFLOP count.
I'm talking about the actual discs themselves.