psvita uses ddr2 ram

#1celong27Posted 2/16/2013 8:51:27 PM
just found out
#2RocketomyPosted 2/16/2013 9:32:24 PM
*slow clap*
#3j2zon2591Posted 2/16/2013 11:26:00 PM
Now, go and find out the actual clock speeds.

Read from other people it's around 800 Mhz- 1.2Ghz

Don't say 2 Ghz.. as an interview with either Sony or a dev mentioned it would take the battery to go out at 5 mins. :P
#4iDoneGotUPosted 2/16/2013 11:36:18 PM
j2zon2591 posted...
Now, go and find out the actual clock speeds.

Read from other people it's around 800 Mhz- 1.2Ghz

Don't say 2 Ghz.. as an interview with either Sony or a dev mentioned it would take the battery to go out at 5 mins. :P


That's the CPU that runs between those speeds(if it's at 2ghz they say it'll run for 2min)...The Ram would not be at 2GHz in a device such as this.
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#5BobbyGoticksPosted 2/16/2013 11:47:11 PM
Even my DDR3 only runs at 1600mhz. lmao 2ghz on a mobile device. Try even getting 2ghz on the CPU or GPU.
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#6j2zon2591Posted 2/17/2013 12:15:45 AM
iDoneGotU posted...
j2zon2591 posted...
Now, go and find out the actual clock speeds.

Read from other people it's around 800 Mhz- 1.2Ghz

Don't say 2 Ghz.. as an interview with either Sony or a dev mentioned it would take the battery to go out at 5 mins. :P


That's the CPU that runs between those speeds(if it's at 2ghz they say it'll run for 2min)...The Ram would not be at 2GHz in a device such as this.


Yes I meant that. (Fail on my part for not wording it properly)

Go find the actual CPU clock speeds.. then GPU :)