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Concept by jeyboye
The first bit of follow up news from the original romour about powerVr and psp 2 now speculate that the yet to be announced Psp 2 is going to have a Quad core POWERVR SGX543MP chip. This chip can also supposedly work as both the gpu/CPU, therefore, saving battery consumption. Here's some more tech speculation from digitalfoundry :
"...the SGX543MP is a multicore processor, available with anything up to 16 cores on tap. According to the original report, PSP2 opts for a quad configuration offering notional specs of 133 million polygons per second, and 4Gpixels/sec fillrate, assuming that Hydra (sgx543mp nickname) operates at the chip's low-end of 200MHz (higher speed variants are also available, presumably for desktop use). While specs like this are always subject to interpretation, these figures are a ballpark match for the original Xbox. However, PowerVR's tech includes tile-based deferred rendering, which should provide a nice performance boost."
Again, it's all conjecture. 'Cept, the only thing that validates this bit of rumor is the fact that Sony quickly responded and cleared the fact that the fcc document revealing something as "clock speed 480mhz" were actually referring to the psp go's usb (not cpu) but, when told about the new psp 2 and the specs Sony would only say, "we do not comment on rumor and speculation"... all of these developments happened around the span of the 4th of July weekend. Kinda weird.
I hope to see some more concepts, I know there's gotta be ones better then the one I feature here. :icon_bigg