PS2 Compatibility

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PS2-Compatibility

Early PS3 FAT CECHA/COK-001 and CECHB/COK-001 : Full compatibility with GS+EE and Rambus memory. Later CECHC/COK-002 had instead of GS+EE a single GS and lacked the Rambus memory.


PS2 Hardware

PS2 EE/GS and PS2 GS

IC7004, (PS2 EE/GS)
Productcode: Sony CXD9833GB
PartNo.: 8-753-227-14
BALL-GRID-ARRAY overview CPU view
facing BGA A1 marker:northeast/topright

IC7004, (PS2 EE/GS)
Productcode: Sony CXD9833GB
PartNo.: 8-753-227-14
BALL-GRID-ARRAY overview PCB view
facing BGA A1 marker:northwest/topleft

Sony CXD2953AGB (PS2 EE/GS)

Used on PS3 FAT CECHA/COK-001 and CECHB/COK-001
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:SCEI_CXD2953AGB.JPG

Sony CXD9833GB (PS2 EE/GS)

8-753-227-14 / IC7004
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:CXD9833GB.png

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

Sony CXD2972GB (PS2 GS)

Used on PS3 FAT CECHC/COK-002
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:CXD2972GB.JPG

PS2 Rambus 32MB memory

54-ball FBGA
Samsung K4R271669F / K4R271669H
Rambus

The earlier models with hardware PS2 compatibility also contained an extra 32MB of RDRAM using two 16MB Samsung chips.

Type Size Speed Voltage Packaging Manufacturer Serial Number Description
RDRAM 16MB 800MHz 2.50 +/- 0.13V 54-pin Samsung K4R271669F 32MB total (2 chips) PS2 HW BC
RDRAM 16MB 800MHz 2.50 +/- 0.13V 54-pin Samsung K4R271669H 32MB total (2 chips) PS2 HW BC

Samsung K4R271669F / K4R271669H (PS2 Rambus 800MHz 16MB 2.5V FBGA54 - 2x)

Used on PS3 FAT CECHA/COK-001 and CECHB/COK-001
Datasheet: ds_k4r271669h_rev10.pdf
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:K4R271669F.png

PS2 bridgechip

Sony CXD9208GP2 (PS2 ?)

6-710-433-01 / IC7301
Used on PS3 FAT CECHA/COK-001 and CECHB/COK-001
Unknown bridge chip from EE+GS to the CXM4024R (see MultiAV) and the RSX
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:SCEI_CXD9208GP.JPG


Software

See: Emulation#ps2emu