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===CPU===
 
===CPU===
* IBM 'Broadway' 90 nm based on IBM's Power architecture.
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* IBM '[[Broadway]]' 90 nm based on IBM's Power architecture.
  
 
Broadway CPU version is 87102 on my Wii, Gekko is 83410. Source: http://forum.wiibrew.org/viewtopic.php?t=210
 
Broadway CPU version is 87102 on my Wii, Gekko is 83410. Source: http://forum.wiibrew.org/viewtopic.php?t=210
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===Graphics===
 
===Graphics===
* ATi 'Hollywood' processor
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* ATi '[[Hollywood]]' processor
  
 
The Hollywood is a multi-chip package composed of two dies, named Vegas and Napa. Vegas is the GPU, and is also responsible for I/O functions, including memory access. Napa is the DSP, and includes 24 MiB of 1T RAM on the die. Vegas has direct access to 3 MiB of 1T RAM for use as a frame buffer and texture storage.
 
The Hollywood is a multi-chip package composed of two dies, named Vegas and Napa. Vegas is the GPU, and is also responsible for I/O functions, including memory access. Napa is the DSP, and includes 24 MiB of 1T RAM on the die. Vegas has direct access to 3 MiB of 1T RAM for use as a frame buffer and texture storage.

Revision as of 22:51, 24 April 2008

CPU

  • IBM 'Broadway' 90 nm based on IBM's Power architecture.

Broadway CPU version is 87102 on my Wii, Gekko is 83410. Source: http://forum.wiibrew.org/viewtopic.php?t=210 information about its registers is available

Graphics

The Hollywood is a multi-chip package composed of two dies, named Vegas and Napa. Vegas is the GPU, and is also responsible for I/O functions, including memory access. Napa is the DSP, and includes 24 MiB of 1T RAM on the die. Vegas has direct access to 3 MiB of 1T RAM for use as a frame buffer and texture storage.

  • Qimonda HYB18HS1232 64 MiB GDDR3 graphics RAM

Memory

  • Elpida S1616AGTA 16-Mbit SDRAM
  • Samsung K9F4G08U0A 65-nm, 4-Gbit NAND flash

Wireless

  • Broadcom BCM4318 Wi-Fi transceiver
  • Broadcom BCM2045 Bluetooth device connected via USB

References

  1. http://www.techonline.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=194500380
  2. http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20061127/124495/