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#ActualAmeise

Posted 03 February 2014 - 11:17 AM


X360's x86 architecture could perform 77 GFLOPS, the PS3 could perform 230 GFLOPS.


Just to nitpick, but the XBox 360 didn't have an x86 processor - it was a PowerPC just like the PS3 but with a different internal architecture. Perhaps you meant that the design of the Xenon CPU is more similar to a PowerPC version of common x86 chips than it is to the distributed design of the Core CPU?


#1Ameise

Posted 03 February 2014 - 11:12 AM


X360's x86 architecture could perform 77 GFLOPS, the PS3 could perform 230 GFLOPS.


Just to nitpick, but the XBox 360 didn't have an x86 processor - it was a PowerPC just like the PS3 but with a different internal architecture.

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