• External Oscillator (Wiring to HANA is no longer required)
I expect comments like this from simple simple copy-cat product manufacturers but Rebug is well respected in the PS3 scene. If they want to put an xtal onboard, it is one less wire to solder and they can choose a clock other than 48 Mhz if they wish. Cool, no problem there, they can state that as a value-add. The standby clock is used only because it's convenient, it has very little to do with the RGH itself.
As for stating that wiring to the HANA is no longer required? What do they think the I2C wires are connected to? I guess we could assume they simply meant wiring a clock wire is no longer required, if so the language used is misleading.
No one knows exactly what will be required for Corona support until someone has made it work. Suggesting "Corona" support in any way at this point is inappropriate.
QUOTE(tech3475 @ Jan 27 2012, 10:52 AM)
Of course with the CPU issue (I thought HANA was only used on slim consoles?) I doubt it.
The chip on a Xenon is labelled "ANA". It takes digital video from the GPU and primarily performs digital-to-analog conversion. When they added HDMI support to the Zephyr, the HDMI functionality was added to the ANA chip and was renamed "HANA".
Corona still has a "HANA", it's just not separate chip anymore.This post has been edited by Blackaddr: Jan 27 2012, 06:59 PM