PS4 Development Kit Details Leaked, Specs for the New Console Are Intimidating

PS4 Development Kit Details Leaked, Specs for the New Console Are Intimidating

It looks like some of the details for the hardware and software specs for the PlayStation 4 have made their way online.

The PS4, codenamed Orbis, is expected to be officially announced in January and then debuted later in the year, most likely at E3 in June. Developer kits have been sent out and some of the details of the new system have been leaked. Here you go:

"The dev kits are based on AMD’s A10 APU (Accelerated Processing Unit), which combines both the CPU and GPU in a single unit.

Sources add that the PS4 will include the AMD Radeon HD 7670 video system, based on Turks XT architecture, featuring a 128-bit Bus and GDDR5 1GB of GDDR5 video memory. Each unit will come equipped with either 8GB or 16GB of system RAM, as well as Blu-ray and 256GB hard drives. Sony’s goal, say the anonymous sources, is to run games at 60 frames per second and 1080p resolution."

Solid information or total pile of crap? What do you guys think? 

[via TheVorpalBlade]

Tags: sony, playstation, sony-playstation-4, orbis, video-game-industry
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