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I saw some very interesting specs on the PS3, according to Sony, it will have a 3.2GHz Cell processor in it. Even though the xbox360 has a triple core 3.2GHz processor, we do no yet know how the new cell technology will match up to it.
and I also thing it's good to know that all Xbox 360's are LIQUID cooled, sort of like phasechange while the PS3 has a cool almost heatsinkless Cell processor in it that should be upgradable to 6GHz cells (Upgradable part was a rumor).


Let's here your arguements, and try not to have that "The old PS2 was worse than the Xbox, so the PS3 will also be bad." rants.
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umm what are you talking about. The xbox360 is not liquid cooled and the cell processor is a multicore processor or something I saw a demonstartion video about it during e3.
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umm what are you talking about. The xbox360 is not liquid cooled and the cell processor is a multicore processor or something I saw a demonstartion video about it during e3.
http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000600035065
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Umm... if u luk here http://www.anandtech.com/systems/sho...spx?i=2610&p=6 , u will see that the 360 is NOT liquid cooled.
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Umm... if u luk here http://www.anandtech.com/systems/sho...spx?i=2610&p=6 , u will see that the 360 is NOT liquid cooled.

No...

Read this, they "dissected" the Xbox 360.

http://features.teamxbox.com/xbox/11...0-Dissected/p7

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One of the surprises we found when checking the Xbox 360 innards was its cooling solution. To keep things quiet and cool, Microsoft has designed a liquid cooling system that dynamically adjusts the flow of the liquid and the speed of the fans depending on the temperature and power consumption.
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Fraid so intelc!
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this thread needs to be closed, there are a thousand others like it, so go rant in there!
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Also,

http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hardware/x...360theguts.htm

that guy has pictures of the inside, and even though that looks like a regular heatsink, notice he says it's a "Liquid cooled" heatsink.
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Those must be very old because they have comfirmed that it will be liquid cooled. Well its out now so they know its not. Somebody with the 360 come over here and tell him please.
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post #10 of 124
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Quote:
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Those must be very old because they have comfirmed that it will be liquid cooled. Well its out now so they know its not. Somebody with the 360 come over here and tell him please.
Why would you need someone to tell me what I'm already arguing for? It's not water cooled with "pumps", you need to understand that there's always more than one way of doing something...

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Originally Posted by Yeah, need more proof?
The water cooled term is being used loosely; actually it is a heat sink constructed of a copper base, aluminum stamped fins and copper heat pipe. The heat pipe contains water and a vacuum is pulled on the pipe prior to sealing.

Water under a vacuum boils at a lower temperature than at atmospheric pressure, so when the water boils and becomes steam, the steam rises and moves the heat higher into the fins where the air flow from the fans can extract the heat more efficiently. Once the steam is cooled it condenses and flows back down the pipe as water to the copper base of the heat sink, which is attached to the processor to continue the condensing and cooling processes cycle.
How about a picture?

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