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Revision PS4 has changed heatsink
Sony Playstation 4 with a new model number on the market that has changed in some respects. Among other things, the weight is reduced by 50 g, the energy supply is adjusted and there is a modified heat sink.
The current generation PS4 have as type number CUH-1100, where the original model designation CUH-1000 was. The Japanese site Pocket News has both versions extensively compared.
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The heatsink is changed in the new version. It is about a heatsink with aluminum fins that are all the same size. The cooling block of the previous model consisted of two parts, wherein a part had slightly smaller fins. Also, the weight of the console with fifty grams reduced from 2.75 pounds to 2.7 pounds.
The motherboard has the model number SAB-001 received instead of SAA-001 and the difference seems to lie in the power supply. The CUH-1100 has a single-phase supply for the CPU and a three-phase power supply for the GPU, while the CUH-1000 a two-stage facility for the cpu and gpu four-phase power supply for the property.
The AMD APU has also received a slightly modified type designation of CXD90026G to CXD90026AG, but the chips further seem to be identical and the same for the Renesas R32C / 118 system controller. The Samsung memory that the sub-processor support has also been replaced: PS4 no longer uses the 4B2G1646E-BCK0 -package, but the K4B2G1646Q -BCMA. This processor that makes the transition from ddr3-1600- towards more efficient and faster DDR3L-1833 memory. The relevant sub-processor is Marvell CXD90025G-asic, which provides support for network functions of the Blu-raydrive and hdd. And data transport
It is striking that the motherboard is gone, the 8-bit MCU STMicroelectronics but was also part of the electronics of the blu-raydrive and was therefore may be excessive. The power supply is changed model of ADP-240AR to ADP-240CR, and that adjustment is accompanied by a decrease in the weight of 24 grams and a slightly different output.Viewing:-765
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