|Initial Release||July 29, 2010|
|Datecodes||0C, 0D, 1A, 1B|
|Regions||00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 06, 07, 08, 11, 12|
|Motherboard||JSD-001 or JTP-001|
|Harddrive||160GB (25xxA) / 320 GB (25xxB)|
|Cell / RSX||45nm, 40nm|
|Watt / Max / Cum||80w, 250w|
Third PS3 slim model. The Blu-ray drive's daughterboard controller was integrated into the main motherboard.
With some of the later manufactured date code 1A models, metldr2 was introduced to supersede the exploitable metldr that previously allowed the installation of CFW (Custom Firmware).
Some variants came with the IHS glued directly to the die of CELL/BE, using an epoxy resin glue. This glue is much tougher than the previous glue found on earlier models and can easily lead to the die cracking while attempting a delid. Therefore delidding the CELL/BE is not advised on this model.
|Harddisk||160GB (25xxA) / 320GB (25xxB)|
|Original OtherOS Support||No|
|Available Colors||Charcoal Black, Classic White, Titanium Blue (25xxA), Splash Blue (25xxB), Scarlet Red (25xxB)|
|Regions||00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 06, 07, 11, 12|
|Cell / RSX Architecture||45nm, 40nm|
|Watts/Max||80w / 250w|
| Console/board without PlayStation 2 compatibility via hardware.
Although this model does not support PlayStation 2 games via hardware, this board/console can run PS2 games using "PS2 Classics", in which the emulation is completely accomplished via software, which can affect the performance and graphics quality of the games, if compared to PlayStation 2 compatible models with hardware support.
Jailbroken models can run games using Homebrew softwares that trigger the corresponding emulators in the console firmware.
The emulation of PlayStation 2 in this model does not support, by default, the execution of games via CD/DVD disc.See: PS2 Compatibility
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