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(Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS): The SCPH 70001 did not combine the EE+GS. The EE chip is CXD9832GB and the GS is separate on the SCPH 7000 ps2 board.)
 
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  pitch : 0.76mm
 
  pitch : 0.76mm
  
Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS) - The original PS2 EE/GS as used in the SCPH-70000
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Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS)
  
This CI is the EE + GS module (Emotion Engine (CPU) + Graphic Sintetyzer (GPU)), which accompanies the RAMBUS memories located outside the package's encapsulation.
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This CI is the EE + GS module (Emotion Engine (CPU) + Graphic Synthesizer (GPU)), which accompanies the RAMBUS memories located outside the package's encapsulation.
  
 
The consoles with this CI have better compatibility with PS2 games, compared to models with only the GS module (without RAMBUS).  
 
The consoles with this CI have better compatibility with PS2 games, compared to models with only the GS module (without RAMBUS).  

Latest revision as of 06:12, 21 February 2021

Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS)[edit]

Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS)

8-753-227-14 / IC7004

BGA 536 (32x32 minus 22*22 center square minus 4 cornerpads)
pitch : 0.76mm

Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS)

This CI is the EE + GS module (Emotion Engine (CPU) + Graphic Synthesizer (GPU)), which accompanies the RAMBUS memories located outside the package's encapsulation.

The consoles with this CI have better compatibility with PS2 games, compared to models with only the GS module (without RAMBUS).