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The console was not shown, I'd venture to say that the design is not yet finalized.

Hopefully it's not as fat as the 1st generation ps3


I'm definitely buying the console day 1 and the xbox since I like to have both due to exclusives.

I'm definitely pumped for

-killzone
-watchdogs
-Infamous


Those IMO crapped on everything there. Blizzard must have just been a time filler lol.
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This is about as good as anyone could have hoped for. I don't plan on buying the PS4 but I'm absolutely thrilled to hear the hardware they're including in this thing. 8GB GDDR5 makes me optimistic that devs will start writing games with lush vegetation, HD textures, etc from the get-go. And watching the Killzone 4 trailer really helped to solidify my confidence in the hardware they've chosen. It'll be exciting to see the quality of games that will be released in the next 1-2 years thumb.gif

And for those of you complaining that it's "still behind PC gaming"... please remember that this is a $400-600 machine. Given what game developers have pushed out of the current generations' ancient hardware, a 7850 equivalent with 8GB GDDR5 should be enough to last us for quite some while.

The next generation is almost here... is your body ready?
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Not only that but now EVERY game can be optimized for 8 cores, not just a few....
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I did a comparison between the PS4's GPU and the cores existing graphics cards and here's what I found:

Radeon HD 7750: 512 SPs 32 TUs 16 ROPs
Radeon HD 7770: 640 SPs 40 TUs 16 ROPs
PS4 GPU: 1152 SPs 72 TUs 32? ROPs

Architecture-wise and performance-wise, the GPU is most likely equivalent to a Radeon HD 7770 CrossFireX'd with a Radeon HD 7750 (with altered core and memory clocks).
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So wait. people here were expexting a $300 to $500 dollar console to have better specs than a high end PC with a $1000 dollar graphic card? I swear man, the PC community makes no sense sometimes. lol
Will be getting this puppy on day one. PC/Console ftw.
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Don't believe these people, it has an optical drive....


SERIOUSLY STOP letting these people tell you lies!

http://kotaku.com/5985769/playstation-4-tech-specs-released?tag=playstation

Just so everyone knows, My real concern is how well the PS4 will compete and compute on 4K TVs. I have serious concerns in that regard.

4k isn't a concern to them because it's going to take a decade for it hit to gain mainstream appeal. By that time, economy of scale will bring down the price of 4k tvs. Thus, the ps5 will be introduced.
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I did a comparison between the PS4's GPU and the cores existing graphics cards and here's what I found:

Radeon HD 7750: 512 SPs 32 TUs 16 ROPs
Radeon HD 7770: 640 SPs 40 TUs 16 ROPs
PS4 GPU: 1152 SPs 72 TUs 32? ROPs

Architecture-wise and performance-wise, the GPU is most likely equivalent to a Radeon HD 7770 CrossFireX'd with a Radeon HD 7750 (with altered core and memory clocks).

Does this make logical sense to anyone?
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hopefully their console design has some pretty good ventilation. Don't wanna encounter YLOD or RROD after few weeks of using it.
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PS3 games through the cloud? Thats fine if you can leverage the physical media to access them IE via some sort of serial number. Bad move if you have to pay again.
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