Essay // Playstation 4 News: Nvidia Sheds Light On Why Sony Chose AMD

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While the 4th edition of Sony’s flagship console is once again tipped as the most anticipated machine in technological entertainment, the reputable graphic gurus, Nvidia – who made chipsets for both the first Xbox and the Playstation range – were revealed to have been dropped out earlier this month when Sony announced the PS4 graphics would be handled by AMD.

AMD who previously took over ATI is also rumored as the chipset maker for the next Xbox; but Nvidia do not seem to be overly concerned by the loss.

Tony Tamasi, Senior VP of content and technology at Nvidia told…[CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST]

15.03.2013 | Danny J. D’Purb | WhatCulture.com

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