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Remember those bizarre-looking PS5 dev kits that were leaked long before the actual console was released? Well, apparently two of these – a DFI-D1000AA dev kit and a DFI-T1000AA test kit – made their way onto eBay, reaching a high bid of $3,375 USD before having the auction shut down by we’re assuming Sony themselves. Each one of these kits came with a matching all-black DualSense game controller. Read more for additional pictures and information.
The production PS5 comes with a custom 7 nm AMD Zen 2 CPU with eight cores running at a variable frequency capped at 3.5 GHz and RDNA 2 graphics, so we assume these development kits are running identical hardware. Unfortunately, development kits normally have some kind of extra security built in that prevents developers from accessing its data, which means that retail games probably won’t run at all.
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