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Sony Looking at Alternatives to Cell Processor for PlayStation 4
After facing widespread criticism for complex software development process for PlayStation 3 games, Sony Computer Entertainment is reportedly considering to use more traditional microprocessor inside the next-generation PlayStation 4 video game system.
Sony Computer Entertainment has been looking forward at Intelís code-named Larrabee processor for both general-purpose and graphics computing for PlayStation 4, however, since the first-generation of the chip has been cancelled, Sony started to look at more traditional architectures, e.g. homogeneous multi-core central processing unit (CPU) and a graphics processor, reports PC Watch web-site.
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