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[* black] Back of the logic board:
[* red] SK Hynix [http://www.skhynix.com/products/computing/view.jsp?info.ramKind=19&info.serialNo=H5TC4G63AFR&posMap=computingDDR3|H5TC4G63AFR] 512 MB DDR3 SDRAM
[* orange] Broadcom BCM15700A2
[* yellow] Cypress Semiconductor [http://www.cypress.com/?mpn=CY8C24794-24LTXI|CY8C24794-24LTXI] Programmable System-on-Chip
[* green] Texas Instruments TPS51980
[* blue] The headphone jack is now soldered onto the logic board—break yours (easily doable through normal wear and tear) and you're looking at a thousand dollar repair
[* blue] The headphone jack is now soldered onto the logic board—break yours (easily doable through normal wear and tear) and you're looking at a thousand dollar repair