PSP Go CPU speed confused with USB data

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 6 July 2009 08:04 GMT

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Over the weekend, some people got het up at the prospect of PSP Go having a 480Mhz CPU. It doesn’t. The confusion arose from a figure taken from a stats page that, in fact, references something to do with the machine’s USB port.

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