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[* black] The mainboardmotherboard is held in place with five more Phillips screwssecured under a nice metal shield, likely for heat dissipation and probably structural support.
[* black] As soon asDe-sheilded we take off the metal plate, which helps to dissapate the heat from the processor, we have a nice view on ''all''see the chipsmighty fields of... wait these look like [https://youtu.be/M4j6i_AbyKk?t=46s%7Cnew_window=true|chips we've seen before].
[* black] The mainboardmotherboard is held in place with five more Phillips screwssecured under a nice metal shield, likely for heat dissipation and probably structural support.
[* black] As soon asDe-sheilded we take off the metal plate, which helps to dissapate the heat from the processor, we have a nice view on ''all''see the chipsmighty fields of... wait these look like [https://youtu.be/M4j6i_AbyKk?t=46s%7Cnew_window=true|chips we've seen before].
[* red] Allwinner R16 quad core Cortex A7 processor with a Mali-400MP2
[* orange] 512 MB of Macronix MX30LF4G18AC-TI 4Gbit NAND Flash memory (as opposed to the Spansion branded memory found in the SNES)
[* orange] 512 MB of Macronix MX30LF4G18AC-TI 4Gbit NAND Flash memory (as opposed to the Spansion branded memory found in the SNES)
[* yellow] 256 MB of SKhynix 2Gbit DDR3 SDRAM
[* green] AXP223 PMU