No... come back in 10-20 years.
Is there any Emulator, who can play comercial games of the PS3 on the Computer??
- I see your new to emulation. Emulating a system, is not as easy as one might think. A good method of thinking is you need 100X the cpu. For example a SNES is 3.58 MHz and a 350 mhz was good enough for emulation. So a ps3 at 3.2 GHz would be 320 Ghz. Now things do change and can, emulation is getting smarter, but at the current time like RockmanForte said, not for awhile.Is there any Emulator, who can play comercial games of the PS3 on the Computer??
The pcsx2 team had discussed about it before and they will not develop it at all until 10-20 years because due to not enough powerful computer so they are focus on ps2 emulator right now so save your search and wait for 10-20 years, ok ?
We do not need one we allready got SNES, NES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, Game Boy Color , Atari and arcade Emulators I think this is more than enough Look at all those systems over tens or thousands of games it would take to life times to play them all even if you was cheating maybe even longer
Wow! There's not a good PS2 emulator and you're already asking for a PS3 one?
yes ther is a ps3 emulator. but it is only a beta version
What are you saying? a PS3 emulator? haha that's funny ,it has a Cell Broadband Processor
Has a whopping 8 cores that run at 3.2GHZ each
6 are for games
1 for security
one is not used.
3 times more powerful than XBOX360
Can you imagine a PC that will emulate it well right now???
LA ILAHE IL ALLAH
What was I thinking, i can watch BLU RAY with my PS3, and the game prices has dropped significantly,so i am happy again with my PS3!
coding has to improve before a good emulator can be created. Example, the cell processor contains 8 cells at 3.2Ghz each, allowing it to achieve a theoretical speed of about 256 GigaFlops in speed. now the best ive seen PC's get to is 6.0GHz with a quad core. a Pc cpu is less efficient, running at about 150 gigaflops. but emulators rarely ever optimize graphics cards. a single radeon 4870X2 runs at about 1.2 teraflops, same with the GTX295. they both operate at a transfer speed of +120GB/s compared to a cell processor's 75GB/s transfer speed. though the cell processors are nice, its a new breed of processing mainly developed by IBM.
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