PS3 To Get DivX Support

"Sony has decided to add support for the DivX codec to the PS3."

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PS3 To Get DivX Support

  DivX has recently announced that they are working with Sony to add support for the DivX codec to the PlayStation 3.

"We are excited to work with Sony Computer Entertainment to bring DivX to PS3," said Kevin Hell, CEO of DivX, Inc. "Our technology will expand the multimedia functionality of PS3 by enabling users to enjoy access to the broad library of content in the DivX digital media format."

No word has been given on when support will be officially added, as products must go through a  rigorous testing procedure in order to gain the DivX Certified logo.  Once support has been added, current PS3 owners will be able to gain the functionality with a simple software update.

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12-11-2007, 18:51:33

HI Chaps, I know there is likely already a thread about this but i need some newbie help.

Here is the CPU-z

How do i get it to run at a) stock and b) overclock it?

12-11-2007, 19:18:55


13-11-2007, 02:50:42

...and good choice of board too :D

13-11-2007, 05:13:28

Thank you Ham :)

13-11-2007, 06:46:29

Mr. Smith
OC'in the Commando is almost the same as OC'in the p5b-d, look here.

Me and Jim (XMS) have owned/clocked with this mobo so have a few others so any specific q's stick them in here and we'll see what we can do.

13-11-2007, 07:28:43


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