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Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Thatguy1234, Feb 28, 2016.
ARM11 Processor Core Old3DS: ARM11 2x MPCore & 2x VFPv2 Co-Processor 268MHz(~268123480 Hz).
New3DS: 4x MPCore, 4x VFPv2, able to run up to 804MHz (see below). It also has an optional 2MB L2 cache.
ARM9 Processor Core ARM946 134MHz(~134058675 Hz),
GPU DMP PICA 268MHz,
DSP CEVA TeakLite. 134Mhz. 24ch 32728Hz sampling rates.
VRAM 6 MB within SoC.
MIPS R3000A-compatible 32-BitRISCCPU MIPS R3051 with 5KB L1 cache, running at 33.8688 MHz .
2 MB main DRAM
1 MB VRAM (later models contained SGRAM) for framebuffer
One of them is big and grey and plugs into a tv, the other is quite a bit smaller, comes in a variety of colours and you hold it in your hands. Hope that helps.
3DS can emulate PS1.
Hope that helps.
Like comparing the ps2 to the ps3...
how does a car compare to a child scooter
If you're think of emulation, it runs like crap due to the fact that the emulator must also emulate the processor. I think.
here are some comparisons
Tekken 3: (ps1)
Street Fighter ex Ps1
one can play crash 3 and CTR and 60 FPS and one that can't.