Officially, Sony's PSPgo
is only clocking in at 333MHz like the rest of its brothers and sisters
, but as the gang at Sony Insider
found out in the FCC filing, the internal processor actually maxes out at 480MHz. What that means for gamers is probably nothing in the near future, since the firmware'll underclock it to standard speeds and we've seen absolutely no sign Sony's interested in releasing software exclusively for the UMD-less iteration at this point. Of course, the opportunity to capitalize on the upped hardware is gonna be there, and we still remember a noticeable difference in the technical quality of games released after Sony bumped its original PSP's clockspeed from 266MHz to its max 333MHz
, but for now, it's just something to keep in the back of your mind.
[Via Sony Insider