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Clarified that this chip is mainly for security, not graphics.
The graphics security chip in the [[Wii ]] is codenamed "known as '''Hollywood"'''; it bears the logos of NEC (who presumably manufactured the chip), ATI (who designed the [[Hardware/GX|GPU]] inside), 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. Its hardware is documented on the [[Hardware]] article and subpages.Hardware inside includes the GX, [[boot0]] ROM, [[Hardware/OTP|OTP]], and [[Starlet]]
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollywood_(graphics_chip) Hollywood article at Wikipedia]

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