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"This is really great stuff - thanks to TechInsights" via team-xecuter

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Technical Specifications

The Xbox One?s processor was co-developed by Microsoft and AMD. It combines a CPU (central processing unit) and GPU (graphics processing unit), as well as the Xbox One?s memory controller and video decoder.
Design Win - Xbox X887732-001 Processor DG3001FEG84HR (includes AMD "Jaguar" Cores and AMD Radeon Graphics GPU)

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Xbox X861949-005 T6WD5XBG-0003 Support Processor

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Wireless Connectivity Design Win - Marvell Avastar 88W8897M (Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth, NFC)

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SDRAM Design Win - SK Hynix H5TQ4G63AFR 4 Gb (512 MB) DDR3 SDRAM (total of 16 x 512 MB = 8 GB)

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NAND Flash Design Win - SK Hynix H26M42003GMR 8 GB e-NAND Flash

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tons of porn :drool: 

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That was very mesmerizing!

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Very cool to see it all laid out like that.

Its still interesting that MS chose a wireless device that supports Bluetooth and the AC standard. Wonder if they will bring that out as an update down the road.

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the support chip a.k.a southbridge is huge. some of those wires are at least a micron wide. that looks like 350nm process no doubt. I hope the bootrom isn't in there(because I do see a small rom) and instead in the cpu because that thing will get dumped in no time. I can read TSMC like a book,and that is definitely them for this chip as well.

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Very cool to see it all laid out like that.

Its still interesting that MS chose a wireless device that supports Bluetooth and the AC standard. Wonder if they will bring that out as an update down the road.

 

Unless the antenna is there. no go. 

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Unless the antenna is there. no go.

Would a different antenna be needed though? I mean is it possible that the one they are using for the current wireless standards could handle say AC support?

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Would a different antenna be needed though? I mean is it possible that the one they are using for the current wireless standards could handle say AC support?

AC support could potentially be patched in, it should use the same antenna as regular wifi, but it might need additional support components.

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Still no idea what the extra 8GB of NAND is for?

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Still no idea what the extra 8GB of NAND is for?

 

Fun

 

Edit: No, I was serious. "Developer" Fun.

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