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Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by legendofphil, Nov 19, 2006.
Looks quite simple in design of the main board.
I seems like the Dreamcast´s
they didn't have the proper tools =\ they're a tech site & they don't have the tools... how sad.
Interesting how the GPU is almost twice the size of the CPU.
just what want to see...
"Due to Nintendo's special proprietary screws, we had to resort to brute force. And in the process of doing so, our precious white beacon of joy was rendered unplayable, forever."
How sad, I would have loaned them my tri-wing if they would have let me keep the system, them brutes...
Bah... my computers have far more interesing insides... I mean... no heat-pipes?!?! This is called "Next-Gen" and doesn't have heat-pipes?!
Let's see... I'll put the mod chip... right... there!
Yes it does have..
And it seems the CPU is manufactured in Canada
Then show me where those heat-pipes are
Thats a heatsink not a heatpipe.
...and another one over there, for better Feng Shui
No, this is called "New-Gen"
If you want "Next-Gen" go get you a X360 or a PS3
Who gives a damn about heat pipes, honestly. That heat sink is good enuff apparently. Besides, the 360 and PS3 has your precious "heat pipes" and those bitches STILL heat up enough to fry eggs.
That's right but who said PS3 or XBOX are any good? My PC with nice heatpipes and good setup has more power than those so called "Next-Gen" consoles and still doesn't go high up on temperature .
But yeah, except the Revolution the other consoles out there currently suck major balls as they lack innovative ideas and try to compensate with useless features you can't use anyways fft:
Wonder how long before someone discovers a region hack just like the GC?
There should be a simple region hack simply because there has been on atleast the last 2 Nintendo systems.
Cube was a switch, N64 required a case mod. Not sure about the NES and SNES.