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which details the chip specs of the Nintendo Revolution. The console will be, "powered by a 729MHz processor - 50 per cent more clock cycles than its predecessor in the GameCube - and a graphics chip set to run at 243MHz". IBM is making the chip for Nintendo, based on the Power PC processor and ATI is supplying the graphics chip. All of this mumbo-jumbo simply means that the Revolution will be much more powerful than the GameCube, but isn't going to try to compete with the raw power of the X360 and the PS3...which is exactly what Nintendo said they'd do.
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