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snowboard9
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re: Inside PlayStation 4 with console's architect
snowboard9   3/28/2013 4:10:37 PM
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An integrated AM GPU? Yawner. I'd keep the design secret.

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re: Inside PlayStation 4 with console's architect
Robotics Developer   3/28/2013 3:04:03 PM
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It is always about passion! That is why we design engineers are so driven, it is more than a professional interest it spills over into personal. It is nice to see that others share this drive to push technology and working with the end developers getting their feedback was both a great approach but one that is not always followed.



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