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Microsoft Blames Dead Xbox 360s on Power - PCstats.com Microsoft Blames Dead Xbox 360s on Power
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Dave Orton of AMD is qutting. So much for Dell keeping its own NDA's. Microsoft blames Xbox 360 failiures to bad electricity. On that note Microsoft is getting ready to move to a 65nm platform for its Xbox 360.

Codenamed Project 'Falcon', the project is to push IBM's triple-cored PowerPC processor and DAAMIT's Xenos GPU down to 65nm, from the 90nm they're made at currently. As any fule no, iterating process technologies results in smaller chips, cheaper costs and less power consumption.

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