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16 minutes ago, Stanley said:

So soneone who understands these things, what is that comparable to PC spec wise? 

Good enough for Occulus Rift which is the point.

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26 minutes ago, Bojangle said:

x86-x64 and always backward compatible with either 360 with One

 

It's not quite that simple, is it. Existing XB1 stuff needs to be repurposed as UWP.

 

But yeah, r0x0rs!

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5-6 times more powerful that a console that is going to have 2 x the GPU power of the current PS4 - so about 10 x 12 more powerful flop wise than the current PS4/xbox one

 

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26 minutes ago, Jon said:

With this and Nintendo's next console playing PlayStation games, what a time to be alive. Eh, guys?

 

My uncle who works for Sega says the new Playstation will be backwards compatible with Dreamcast games too.

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8 minutes ago, King A said:

 

My uncle who works for Sega says the new Playstation will be backwards compatible with Dreamcast games too.

 

Really? This could mean Sonic Adventure in 4k! I can't wait!

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1 minute ago, NEG said:

 

Really? This could mean Sonic Adventure in 4k! I can't wait!

 22k mate. But only when used with Microsoft HoloLens 2 HD

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I'm confused. Neo is supposedly 4.2 TFLOPS. And this is simultaneously 6 times as powerful yet 'in the order of over 10 TFLOPS'. Well, I suppose 25 TFLOPS is certainly over 10 TFLOPS.

 

 

McFly: "What in the hell's a teraflop?"

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37 minutes ago, Yoshimax said:

Good enough for Occulus Rift which is the point.

If it's 10x the power of PS4 I'd imagine so! 

 

This is clearly bullshit and something's got lost in translation.

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