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All HDD models used in retail PS3's are 2.5" size and 9.5 milimeters height max, with 1 platter (and 1 or 2 heads), the platter has a rotational speed of 5.400 rpm and 512 bytes per sector
 
All HDD models used in retail PS3's are 2.5" size and 9.5 milimeters height max, with 1 platter (and 1 or 2 heads), the platter has a rotational speed of 5.400 rpm and 512 bytes per sector
  
The maximum capacity supported by PS3 is 1TB (TeraBytes) ''note: this ''seems'' untrue as there are several people posting pictures of their external to internal drive mod with a size of 2TB, but so far no one has been able to confirm that, only to debunk it as fake''. See/use the [[Talk:Harddrive|talk page]] for discussions/testreports
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The maximum capacity supported by PS3 is 1TB (TeraBytes) ''note: this seems untrue as there are several people posting pictures of their external to internal drive mod with a size of 2TB''. See/use the [[Talk:Harddrive|talk page]] for discussions/testreports
  
 
Is connected internally to [[South Bridge]] wich contains [[Hypervisor_Reverse_Engineering#ENCDEC_device|ENCDEC device]] to manage AES-CBC-128/AES-CBC-192/XTS-AES-128 encryption/decryption, and a SATA-150 controller with a maximum transfer speed of 1.5 Gbit/s.  
 
Is connected internally to [[South Bridge]] wich contains [[Hypervisor_Reverse_Engineering#ENCDEC_device|ENCDEC device]] to manage AES-CBC-128/AES-CBC-192/XTS-AES-128 encryption/decryption, and a SATA-150 controller with a maximum transfer speed of 1.5 Gbit/s.  

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