Difference between revisions of "Hollywood"

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Its graphics capabilities are similar to that of the GameCube's Flipper, except running at a higher clock speed.
 
Its graphics capabilities are similar to that of the GameCube's Flipper, except running at a higher clock speed.
  
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollywood_(graphics_chip)  Hollywood article at WikiPedia]
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Revision as of 02:45, 10 January 2009

The graphics chip in the Wii is codenamed "Hollywood"; it bears the logos of NEC (who presumably manufactured the chip), ATI (who designed the GPU), and BroadOn (who designed the Starlet "I/O Bridge").

Its graphics capabilities are similar to that of the GameCube's Flipper, except running at a higher clock speed.

Hollywood article at Wikipedia