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Tom Warren
yes, this is the PlayStation 5 devkit. The reason it's large and v-shaped is to make them more easily stackable for devs who are running multiple stress tests. The cooling is optimized to push air out of the sides and center
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pzstm Nov 30
Replying to @tomwarren
Still wondering about Scarlett Devkits 🤔🤔🤔
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Tom Warren Nov 30
Replying to @pzstm
hardly anyone has them, and they’re nowhere near final. That’s why you’re hearing a lot of nonsense about them not being powerful etc. Microsoft wants to surprise Sony this time
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Ric Lewis Nov 30
Replying to @tomwarren
And yet, here they sit, side by side.
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Tom Warren Nov 30
Replying to @keylimesoda
it’s not a hard rule :)
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Chris Davies Nov 30
Replying to @tomwarren
Can we be certain that it's not, in fact, designed as a slot to reheat a single slice of last-night's pizza?
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Rene Ritchie Nov 30
Replying to @c_davies @tomwarren
Single slice? He just said stacks, Chris.
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Kevin Godoy R. Nov 30
Replying to @tomwarren
Now explain why the gamecube had a handle
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Jeremy Sinclair Nov 30
Replying to @KevinGodoyR @tomwarren
So you could launch it at people whenever they lost in SSBM
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DocH1X1 Nov 30
Replying to @tomwarren
Basically took the scorpio idea of stackable units for ease of use with dev's and it even looks like a led screen too like scorpio
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Príncipe de Porra Nenhuma Dec 1
Replying to @DocH1X1 @tomwarren
Microsoft didn’t invent stacking nor LED status lights, guy with a Master Chief avatar.
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