It’s a milestone folks: the PS3 hardware is finally ready to generate a profit . The loss-leading console once estimated to cost more than $800 per (losing between $241 and $307 per console sold back in 2006) has likely turned a corner thanks to a reduction in manufacturing costs. While isn’t saying anything on the matter, PocketNews confirms that the latest PS3 SKU — CECH-2100A spotted in the FCC back in February — uses an improved RSX graphics chip based on the smaller 45-nm processes shared with the PS3 Slim’s new Cell processor

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Sony PS3 upgraded with cooler 45-nm RSX graphics chip, profits await