Codename CPU GPU HDMI Power Supply In Production Date Released Notes

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Dec 2, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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firefox

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Codename

CPU

GPU

HDMI

Power
Supply

In
Production

Date
Released

Notes

Xenon

90

nm

90

nm

No

203

W

No

November
2005

Original release.

Zephyr

90

nm

90

nm

Yes

203

W

No

July 2007

Introduced HDMI port.
Improved GPU heatsink.

Falcon

65

nm

90

nm

Yes

175

W

No

Late
September
2007

Introduced 65

nm CPU.
Power consumption
lowered.

Opus

65

nm

90

nm

No

175

W

No

June 2008

Available as a replacement
for Xenon motherboards
which have been sent in to
Microsoft repair centers.

Jasper

65

nm

65

nm

Yes

150

W

No

September
2008

Introduced 65

nm GPU.
Introduced on
-
board flash
-
based memory. Further
reduced power
consumption. Later models
go back to the old style
GPU heat sink not the
improved one, confirmed
by the Console Doctor.

Trinity
(Valhalla)

45

nm
(combined
"Vejle"
chip)
[27]

Y
es

135

W

No

June 2010

Motherboard redesign used
in the Xbox 360 S (not used
in other console versions).
Two versions; one with
4

GB on
-
board storage, one
without.

Corona

45

nm
(combined
chip)
[28]

Yes

115

W

Yes

August
2011

No more HANA chip;
integrated into southbridge.
PSU is 9.86

A, down from
10.83

A





Gener
ation

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

Featu
res
[7]
[8
]

60

G
B

(NTS
C)

20

G
B

(
NTS
C
)

60

G
B

(PAL)

80

G
B

(NTS
C)

40

G
B

(
PAL
,
NTSC
)

40

G
B

(
PAL
,
NTS
C)

80

G
B

(PAL,
NTSC
)

160

GB

(PAL,
NTSC
)

120/2
50

G
B

"Slim
"

(PAL,
NTSC)

120/2
50

G
B

"Slim
"

(PAL,
NTSC)

160/3
20

G
B

"Slim
"

(PAL,
NTSC)

160/3
20

G
B

"Slim
"

(PAL,
NTSC)

12/250/
500

GB

"Super
Slim"

(PAL,
NTSC)

Model
numbe
r(s)
[9]

CEC
HAx
x

CEC
HBx
x

CEC
HCx
x

CEC
HEx
x

CEC
HGx
x

CEC
HHx
x

CEC
HJx
x

CEC
HKx
x

CEC
HLxx

CEC
HMx
x

CEC
HPxx

CEC
HQx
x

CEC
H
-
20xx
A

CEC
H
-
20xx
B

CEC
H
-
21xx
A

CEC
H
-
21xx
B

CEC
H
-
25xx
A

CEC
H
-
25xx
B

CEC
H
-
30xx
A

CEC
H
-
30xx
B

CECH
-
40xxA

CECH
-
40xxB

CECH
-
40xxC

GPU
proces
s

90

n
m

90

n
m

90

n
m

90

n
m

90

n
m

65

n
m

65

n
m

65

n
m

65

nm

40

nm

40

nm

40

nm

40

nm

CPU
proces
s

90

n
m

90

n
m

90

n
m

90

n
m

65

n
m

65

n
m

65

n
m

65

n
m

45

nm

45

nm

45

nm

45

nm

45

nm

PS2
emulat
ion

Full

Full

Parti
al

Parti
al

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Front
USB

4+fla
sh

4

4+fla
sh

4+fla
sh

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

Power
supply

380

W

380

W

380

W

380

W

280

W

280

W

280

W

280

W

250

W

230

W

230

W

200

W

190

W





Developing for pc

Ease of access and documentation

Pc’s will always be aound for a long time

Large market, a lot of people have pc’s.

Easy to roll
out update, cheaper too.

Easier to interact with customer base.

Games can be modded by users.

Increased Graphics


Software costs to develop for pc.

Unity


£
2850

Maya


£17000

Windows 8
-

£125

Le computer
-

£3500

Photoshop
-

£2010

Tablets
-

£315

Camera
-

£350


Marketplace advantage

Longevity

Wider variety of games

Better online multiplayer

Mods, accessibility

Don’t have to produce disks

Online marketplace, steam, battle.net

C
heaper










Dev computer

Processor: Intel Core i7 3970X Extreme Edition 6 Core

3.5GHZ
-

£690

Graphics Card: AMD HD 7970 Graphics Card
-

£349

Memory: 1 TB
-

£80

16gb DDR3 RAM
-

£64