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PS3 - Retail SKU Models - from right to left: fat, slim and superslim

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[edit] SKU Models & Regioning

Detailed info on PS3 Models and regioning, based on their SKU (stock-keeping unit) string/number


[edit] Retail Models

table originally loosely inspired on edepot.com, expanded to more appropriate reference and remove the errors.


[edit] PS3 Fat (Alpha series)

FCC ID: AK8CBEH1000
Prototype: CBEH1000
PS3 Fat Teardown

Model Type Board Flash HDD HDMI
CEC
OtherOS PS2
mode
SA-
CD
WiFi
802.11
b/g
CELL BE RSX Watt/Max USB
Ports
Flash
Readers
SKU
Release
date
FW @
Release
date
downgradeable
Min.
praxis
CECHAxx 0x01 COK-001 2x 128MB NAND 60GB No Yes HW Yes Yes 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 Yes 8/2006 1.00 1.00
CECHAxx 0x01 COK-001 2x 128MB NAND 60GB No Yes HW Yes Yes 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 Yes 8/2007 1.90 -
CECHBxx 0x02 COK-001 2x 128MB NAND 20GB No Yes HW Yes No 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 No 8/2006 1.00 1.00
CECHBxx 0x02 COK-001 2x 128MB NAND 20GB No Yes HW Yes No 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 No 4/2007 1.70 -
CECHCxx 0x03 COK-002 2x 128MB NAND 60GB No Yes SW Yes Yes 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 Yes 8/2006 1.50 1.00
CECHCxx 0x03 COK-002 2x 128MB NAND 60GB No Yes SW Yes Yes 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 Yes 8/2007 1.90 -
CECHDxx SKU never released
CECHExx 0x04 COK-002
   or
COK-002W
2x 128MB NAND 80GB No Yes SW Yes Yes 90nm 90nm 200/380 4 Yes 8/2007 1.90 1.00
CECHFxx SKU never released
CECHGxx 0x05 SEM-001 2x 128MB NAND 40GB No Yes No No Yes 65nm 90nm 160/280 2 No 10/2007 1.94 1.90 or 2.30
CECHHxx 0x06 DIA-001 1x 16MB NOR 40GB No Yes No No Yes 65nm 90nm 160/280 2 No 10/2007 1.00 1.00 or 2.30
CECHIxx SKU never released
CECHJxx 0x07 DIA-002 1x 16MB NOR 40GB
   or
40GB
No Yes No No Yes 65nm 65nm 140/280 2 No 8/2008 2.42 2.30
CECHKxx 0x07 DIA-002 1x 16MB NOR 80GB No Yes No No Yes 65nm 65nm 140/280 2 No 8/2008 2.42 2.16 or 2.30
CECHLxx 0x08 VER-001 1x 16MB NOR 80GB
   or
80GB
   or
80GB
No Yes No No Yes 65nm 65nm 140/280 2 No 10/2008 2.50 2.30 or 2.45
CECHMxx 0x08 VER-001 1x 16MB NOR 80GB No Yes No No Yes 65nm 65nm 140/280 2 No 10/2008 2.50 -
CECHNxx SKU never released
CECHOxx SKU never released
CECHPxx 0x08 VER-001 1x 16MB NOR 160GB
   or
160GB
No Yes No No Yes 65nm 65nm 140/280 2 No 10/2008 2.50 2.45
CECHQxx 0x08 VER-001 1x 16MB NOR 160GB No Yes No No Yes 65nm 65nm 140/280 2 No 4/2009 2.70 -

[edit] PS3 Slim (2000 series)

FCC ID: XCET12NA28K
Prototype: CBEH2000
PS3 Slim Teardown

Model Type Board Flash HDD HDMI
CEC
OtherOS PS2
mode
SA-
CD
WiFi
802.11
b/g
CELL BE RSX Watt/Max USB
Ports
Flash
Readers
SKU
Release
date
FW @
Release
date
downgradeable
Min.
praxis
CECH-20xxA 0x09 DYN-001 1x 16MB NOR 120GB
   or
120GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 65nm 100/250 2 No 9/2009 2.76 2.70
CECH-20xxB 0x09 DYN-001 1x 16MB NOR 250GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 65nm 100/250 2 No 9/2009 2.76 2.70
CECH-21xxA 0x0A SUR-001 1x 16MB NOR 120GB
   or
120GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 3/2010 3.21 3.20 or 3.40
CECH-21xxB 0x0A SUR-001 1x 16MB NOR 250GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 3/2010 3.21 3.20 or 3.40
CECH-25xxA 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 120GB
   or
120GB
   or
160GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 7/2010 3.40 3.40
CECH-25xxB 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 250GB
   or
320GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 7/2010 3.40 3.40
CECH-25xxA 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 120GB
   or
120GB
   or
160GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 9/2010 3.40 3.40 or 3.50
CECH-25xxB 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 250GB
   or
320GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 9/2010 3.50 3.40 or 3.50
CECH-25xxA 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 160GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 1/2011 3.56 3.50  1
CECH-25xxB 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 320GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 1/2011 3.56 3.50  1
CECH-25xxA 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 160GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 1/2011 3.56 3.56  1
CECH-25xxB 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 320GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 1/2011 3.56 3.56  1
CECH-25xxA 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 160GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 4/2011 3.56 3.56  2
CECH-25xxB 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 320GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 4/2011 3.56 3.56  2
CECH-25xxA 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 160GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 4/2011 3.60 3.60  2
CECH-25xxB 0x0B JTP-001
  or
JSD-001
1x 16MB NOR 320GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/250 2 No 4/2011 3.60 3.60  2
notes:
1) Datecode 1A: Use get_applicable_version.pkg to receive lower/upper UDP broadcasts or use fake lowverchk PUP to get it onscreen. If minverchk is 3.50, it is downgradable to 3.55. If minverchk is 3.56, it has metldr and fails downgrade to 3.55 with blackscreen and shutdowns in 1-2sec without blinking LEDs/beeps but it is hackable because you can install 4.xx MFWs by using 4.30 checkoff, which allows you to install without downgrading (requires Hardware Flashers)
2) Datecode 1B : Not downgradable to 3.55 but might be hackable. Use get_applicable_version.pkg to receive lower/upper UDP broadcasts or use fake lowverchk PUP to get it onscreen. If minverchk is 3.56, it has metldr and fails downgrade to 3.55 with blackscreen and shutdowns in 1-2sec without blinking LEDs/beeps but it is hackable because you can install 4.xx MFWs by using 4.30 checkoff, which allows you to install without downgrading (requires Hardware Flashers). If minverchk is 3.60, it has new metldr2 of 63.776 bytes and fails downgrade to 3.55 with blackscreen and shutdowns in 8sec without blinking LEDs/beeps and is not hackable

[edit] PS3 Slim (3000 series)

FCC ID: AK8CBEH18C1
Prototype: CBEH3000
PS3 Slim Teardown

Model Type Board Flash HDD HDMI
CEC
OtherOS PS2
mode
SA-
CD
WiFi
802.11
b/g
CELL BE RSX Watt/Max USB
Ports
Flash
Readers
SKU
Release
date
FW @
Release
date
downgradeable
Min.
praxis
CECH-30xxA 0x0C KTE-001 1x 16MB NOR 160GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/210 2 No 7/2011 3.66 3.60
CECH-30xxB 0x0C KTE-001 1x 16MB NOR 320GB Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 80/210 2 No 7/2011 3.66 3.60

[edit] PS3 SuperSlim (4000 series)

FCC ID: AK8CBEH19C1
Prototype: CBEH4000
PS3 SuperSlim Teardown

Model Type Board Flash HDD HDMI
CEC
OtherOS PS2
mode
SA-
CD
WiFi
802.11
b/g
CELL BE RSX Watt/Max USB
Ports
Flash
Readers
SKU
Release
date
FW @
Release
date
downgradeable
Min.
praxis
CECH-40xxA 0x0D MPX-001
   or
MSX-001
   or
NPX-001
16GB eMMC 12GB free
16GB total
option.exp.
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 75/190 2 No 09/2012 4.31 4.25
CECH-40xxB 0x0D MPX-001
   or
MSX-001
   or
NPX-001
1x 16MB NOR 250GB
   or
500GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 75/190 2 No 09/2012 4.11  ?4.10?
CECH-40xxC 0x0D MPX-001
   or
MSX-001
   or
NPX-001
1x 16MB NOR 250GB
   or
500GB
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm 75/190 2 No 09/2012 4.11  ?4.10?
CECH-42xxA  ?0x0E?  ?MPX-001?
   or
?MSX-001?
   or
?NPX-001?
16GB eMMC  ?12GB free
16GB total?
?option.exp.?
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm  ?75/190? 2 No 06/2013 4.45  ?4.45?
CECH-42xxB  ?0x0E?  ?MPX-001?
   or
?MSX-001?
   or
?NPX-001?
1x 16MB NOR  ?250GB?
   or
?500GB?
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm  ?75/190? 2 No 06/2013 4.45  ?4.45?
CECH-42xxC  ?0x0E?  ?MPX-001?
   or
?MSX-001?
   or
?NPX-001?
1x 16MB NOR  ?250GB?
   or
?500GB?
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm  ?75/190? 2 No 06/2013 4.45  ?4.45?
CECH-42xxA  ?0x0E?  ?PQX-001? 16GB eMMC  ?12GB free
16GB total?
?option.exp.?
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm  ?75/190? 2 No 09/2013 4.46  ?4.45?
CECH-42xxB  ?0x0E?  ?PQX-001? 1x 16MB NOR  ?250GB?
   or
?500GB?
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm  ?75/190? 2 No 09/2013 4.46  ?4.45?
CECH-42xxC  ?0x0E?  ?PQX-001? 1x 16MB NOR  ?250GB?
   or
?500GB?
Yes No No No Yes 45nm 40nm  ?75/190? 2 No 09/2013 4.46  ?4.45?

note: there is a report of CECH-4011B with NPX-001 1-887-357-11 board.

[edit] Regioning

Last two numbers in the model name. e.g: CECHA00 is a ps3 fat region japan, and CECH-2512 is a ps3 slim region hong kong

Code
(Suffix)
Region Description 2-letter
short
Server Target ID Region
no.
First
Release
Date
First
Model
Released
SDTV
Region
Blu-ray
Region
DVD
Region
PS2
Region
PS1
Region
License
Area
SKU ID
00 Japan jp 00 0x83 0 Nov 11, 2006 CECHA00 NTSC A 2 NTSC NTSC-J NTSC-J SCEJ J
01 US, Canada (North America) us 01 0x84 1 Nov 17, 2006 CECHA01 NTSC A 1 NTSC NTSC-U/C NTSC-US SCEA U
02 Australia / New Zealand (Oceania) au 02 0x89 6 Mar 23/23, 2007 CECHC02 PAL B 4 PAL PAL PAL SCEE E
03 U.K. / Ireland uk 03 0x87 4 Mar 23, 2007 CECHC03 PAL B 2 PAL PAL PAL SCEE E
04 Europe / Middle East / Africa eu 04 0x85 2 Mar 23/22/23, 2007 CECHC04 PAL B 2 PAL PAL PAL SCEE E
05 Korea (South Korea) kr 05 0x86 3 Jun 16, 2007 CECHE05 NTSC A 3 NTSC NTSC-J NTSC-J SCEK
06 Singapore / Malaysia (Southeast Asia) sa 06 0x8A 7 Mar 07, 2007 CECHA06 NTSC A 3 NTSC NTSC-J NTSC-J SCEH H
07 Taiwan tw 07 0x8B 8 Nov 17, 2006 CECHA07 NTSC A 3 NTSC NTSC-J NTSC-J SCEH H
08 Russia, Ukraine, India, Central Asia ru 08 0x8C 9 Apr 20/27, 2007 CECHC08 PAL C 5 NTSC/PAL PAL PAL SCEE E
09 China cn 09 0x8D 10 unreleased - PAL C 6 NTSC/PAL NTSC-C NTSC-J SCH -
10 - - - 0x8E - unreleased - - - - - - - -
11 Mexico, Central America, South America mx 11 0x88 5 Aug 27, 2007 CECHE11 NTSC A 4 NTSC NTSC-U/C NTSC-US SCEA U
12 Hong Kong hk 0x8E 11 Nov 17, 2006 CECHA12 NTSC A 3 NTSC/PAL NTSC-J NTSC-J SCEH H

[edit] Datecode / Manufacturing Date

[edit] Datecode

Used in Euro regions

2 digits: number=year, letter=quarter

e.g.: |7D| means 2007, 4th quarter

Most commonly asked for when wanting to know if a console can be downgraded to 3.55.

date
code
Quarter / Year Down-
gradeable
to 3.55
Hackable ODE Firmware
at that time
Actual
praxis
6A January, February, March / 2006 Yes Yes
6B April, May, June / 2006 Yes Yes
6C July, August, September / 2006 Yes Yes Yes 1.00
6D October, November, December / 2006 Yes Yes Yes 1.10, 1.11, 1.30, 1.31, 1.32
7A January, February, March / 2007 Yes Yes Yes 1.50, 1.51, 1.54, 1.60
7B April, May, June / 2007 Yes Yes Yes 1.70, 1.80, 1.81, 1.82
7C July, August, September / 2007 Yes Yes Yes 1.90, 1.92, 1.93
7D October, November, December / 2007 Yes Yes Yes 2.00, 2.01, 2.10 1.97
8A January, February, March / 2008 Yes Yes Yes 2.16, 2.17, 2.20
8B April, May, June / 2008 Yes Yes Yes 2.30, 2.35, 2.36 2.30
8C July, August, September / 2008 Yes Yes Yes 2.40, 2.41, 2.42, 2.43 2.16/2.30
8D October, November, December / 2008 Yes Yes Yes 2.50, 2.52, 2.53 2.45
9A January, February, March / 2009 Yes Yes Yes 2.60
9B April, May, June / 2009 Yes Yes Yes 2.70, 2.76, 2.80
9C July, August, September / 2009 Yes Yes Yes 3.00, 3.01 2.70
9D October, November, December / 2009 Yes Yes Yes 3.10, 3.15
0A January, February, March / 2010 Yes Yes Yes 3.20
0B April, May, June / 2010 Yes Yes Yes 3.21, 3.30, 3.40
0C July, August, September / 2010 Yes Yes Yes 3.40, 3.41, 3.42, 3.50 3.40
0D October, November, December / 2010 Yes Yes Yes 3.55 3.40/3.50
1A January, February, March / 2011 Sometimes Yes Yes 3.56, 3.60 3.50 or 3.56
1B April, May, June / 2011 No Sometimes Yes 3.61, 3.65, 3.66 3.56 or 3.60
1C July, August, September / 2011 No No Yes 3.70, 3.72 3.72
1D October, November, December / 2011 No No Yes 3.73, 4.00
2A January, February, March / 2012 No No Yes 4.10, 4.11
2B April, May, June / 2012 No No Yes 4.20
2C July, August, September / 2012 No No Yes 4.21, 4.25 4.22
2D October, November, December / 2012 No No Yes 4.30, 4.31
3A January, February, March / 2013 No No Yes 4.40
3B April, May, June / 2013 No No Yes 4.41, 4.45, 4.46
3C July, August, September / 2013 No No Yes
3D October, November, December / 2013 No No Yes 4.50, 4.53
4A January, February, March / 2014 No No Yes
4B April, May, June / 2014 No No
4C July, August, September / 2014 No No
4D October, November, December / 2014 No No
5A January, February, March / 2015 No No
5B April, May, June / 2015 No No
5C July, August, September / 2015 No No
5D October, November, December / 2015 No No

[edit] Manufacturing Date

Used in USA/Japan

Full mention of month and year, e.g. January 2011

Examples:

[edit] Comparison of functionality

Comparison table of functionality differences between Reference Tool/DECR, Debugging Station/DEX, Retail PS3/CEX, Demonstration/Kiosk, Arcade, AV Testing Tool

Functionality Reference Tool Debugging Station Retail PS3 Kiosk PS3 Arcade PS3 AV Testing Tool
User
Create new user Supported Supported Supported
Set automatic login Supported
Automatic log in always enabled
Supported Supported
Log out Supported Supported Supported
Settings
System update Supported Supported Supported
Chat settings Supported Supported Supported
System settings (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection)
Date and time settings Supported Supported Supported
Accessory settings Supported Supported Supported
Printer settings Supported Supported Supported
Display settings Supported
D-Sub (XGA/SXGA/WXGA) can be set
Supported Supported
Sound settings Supported Supported Supported
Security settings Supported Supported Supported
Remote Play settings Supported Supported Supported
Network settings Supported Supported Supported
Debug settings (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection) (See subsection)
Settings > System Settings
System name Supported Supported Supported
System language Supported Supported Supported
Character set Supported Supported Supported
Add/Edit term Supported Supported Supported
Delete predictive text dictionary Supported Supported Supported
Notification messages Supported Supported Supported
Disc auto-start Supported Supported Supported
Format utility Supported Supported Supported
Restore default settings Supported Supported Supported
Restore PS3 system Supported Supported Supported
Install other OS Unsupported Supported Supported
System information Supported Supported Supported
Settings > Debug Settings
O Button Behavior Supported Supported Unsupported
NP Environment Supported Supported Unsupported
Game Type (Debugger) Supported Supported Unsupported
Game Output Resolution (Debugger) Supported Supported Unsupported
Game Output Sound (Debugger) Supported Supported Unsupported
BGM Player (Debugger) Supported Supported Unsupported
GameContentUtil Boot Path (Debugger) Supported Supported Unsupported
GameContentUtil dirName (Debugger) Supported Supported Unsupported
GameContentUtil Boot Path (/app_home/PS3_GAME/) Supported Supported Unsupported
Region Settings Supported Supported Unsupported Supported
Fake Other Region Supported Supported Unsupported Supported
HDCP Supported Supported Unsupported Supported
Display HDD Free Space Supported Supported Unsupported
Fake Free Space Supported Supported Unsupported
Fake Limit Size Supported Supported Unsupported
Fake HDD Access Speed Supported Unsupported Unsupported
Fake Save Data Owner Supported Supported Unsupported
Format System Cache Supported Supported Unsupported
Release Check Mode Supported Supported Unsupported
Exception Handler Supported Supported Unsupported
NP Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
NPDRM Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
NPDRM Clock Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
In-Game Commerce Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
Service ID Supported Supported Unsupported
MsgDialogUtil Display Errorcode Supported Supported Unsupported
Format BD Emulator HDD Supported Supported Unsupported
Disable ExitGame Timeout Supported Supported Unsupported
Core Dump Supported Supported Unsupported
Crash Report Supported Supported Unsupported
Memory Access Trap Supported Unsupported Unsupported
PowerOnReset Supported Supported Unsupported
Boot Mode Supported Supported Unsupported
User Process Memory Size Supported Unsupported Unsupported
Blu-ray Disc Access Supported Supported Unsupported Supported
Transfer Rate Pacing for BD Emulator Supported Supported Unsupported
HOSTFS Network Supported Unsupported Unsupported
Network Settings for Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
Connection Status List for Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
Connection Setting for Debug (Dual Settings) Supported Supported Unsupported
Pad Auto Detect Supported Supported Unsupported
Initialize Boot Parameters Supported Supported Unsupported
Update Server URL Supported Supported Unsupported
Video Upload Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
Wake On LAN Supported Supported Unsupported
PlayStationStore Ad Clock Supported Supported Unsupported
Dummy XMB (in game) Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
Dummy BGM Player Debug Supported Supported Unsupported
TPPS Proxy Supported Supported Unsupported
GameUpdate Impose Test Supported Supported Unsupported
Network Emulation Setting Supported Supported Unsupported
Network Emulation Status Supported Supported Unsupported
NAT Traversal Information Supported Supported Unsupported
WLAN Device Supported Supported Unsupported
Disc Auto-Start at System Startup Supported Supported Unsupported
Fake NP SNS Throttle Supported Supported Unsupported
Music
Super Audio CD playback Unsupported Unsupported Supported
Video
Blu-ray Disc, DVD playback Unsupported Unsupported Supported Supported
Game
/app_home/PS3_GAME/ startup Supported Supported Unsupported
Start up a disc boot game Supported Supported Supported
Start up a HDD boot game Supported Supported Supported
Quit game Supported Supported Supported
Game data management Supported Supported Supported
Save data management Supported Supported Supported
Trophy collection Supported Supported Supported
Install package file Supported Supported Unsupported
Check Content Information/program files Supported Supported Unsupported
Network
Remote play Supported Supported Supported
PlayStation Network
Sign up / Sign in Supported Supported Supported
Account management Supported Supported Supported
Title Store Preview (In Game) / Title Store Preview (Store) Supported Supported Unsupported
Friends
Add a friend Supported Supported Supported
Presence information Supported Supported Supported
Message box Supported Supported Supported
Display block list Supported Supported Supported
Display players encountered Supported Supported Supported
Text chat Supported Supported Supported
AV chat Supported Supported Supported