Difference between revisions of "CECH-40xx"
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|Initial Release||September, 2012|
|Motherboard||MSX-001 or MPX-001 or NPX-001|
|Flash||NOR or 16GB eMMC|
|Harddrive||16GB Flash (40xxA) / 250GB (40xxB) / 500GB (40xxC)|
|Cell / RSX||45nm, 40nm|
|Watt / Max / Cum||80w, 250w|
First PS3 SuperSlim Model
Full list of Features
|Harddisk||no harddrive: flash 12GB free / 16GB total. optional expansion 1TB (910GB) (40xxA) / 250GB (40xxB) or 500GB (40xxC)|
|Flash||16MB NOR or 16GB eMMC|
|Original OtherOS Support||No|
|Available Colors||Charcoal Black / Azurite Blue / Classic White / Garnet Red / Black and Gold / Black and White / Black and Blue|
|Cell / RSX Architecture||45nm, 40nm|
|Watts/Max||75w / 190w|
| 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
Kept here for historical purposes, this are the first images of the first PS3 SuperSlim model
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