PS4 dev kit revealed via FCC filing, features 2.75GHz max clock frequency

  • Posted July 16th, 2013 at 13:54 EDT by

A recent filing with the United States Federal Communications Commission reveals the PlayStation 4 development kit that studios around the world have been working on to produce games for Sony's next-gen console.

Named DUH-D1000AA, the development kit boasts a 2.75GHz maximum clock frequency, but it's unclear whether this refers to the CPU's individual cores or the GDDR5 memory.As you can see, it's noticeably larger and bulkier than the final design, allowing more space for cooling, indicator lights, and additional ports. The other documents show the diagrams of the dev kit and Bluetooth and WiFi radio tests.

You can check out all the documents here on the FCC website.

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