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fidelcastro
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Open PSVita

Post by fidelcastro » Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:06 am

in 4gamer.net we offer a complete disassembly psvita, here the images

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back cover

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with the cover removed, we see that the battery is housed in it, lithium ion battery pack "Sp65M", 3.7 V, capacity 2210Mah

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on the side of the battery see specifications.

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rear cover all the units and various contacts, this sensor also houses the Multi-Touch pad Rashiki, isn `t

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main circuit board to the right SIM card slot

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the pad removed.

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3G wireless carrier LAN mini PCI Express interface eh Connection

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Cover Motherboard

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keypad removed

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bare motherboard

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bare board (bottom)

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Still to be determined, it seems Chips SoC. "H" or B44C026A "M"

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CXD5315GG. which is supposed to input and integrated network, including sensors and controllers

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Finally we see the board, accompanied by the arrow pad and the keypad, at the top 3G Wireless LAN Card


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The touch panel and the OLED panel were separated. (manufactured by samsung)

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The flexible printed circuit (FPC) board was printed with the characters "Samsung" and "SMD." The black chip seen in the lower left is Atmel's "MXT224.".

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The main components of the PS Vita


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man_of_power05
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Re: Open PSVita

Post by man_of_power05 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:42 am

i wanna cry when i see such an expensive piece of hardware taken apart like this :lol:
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Re: Open PSVita

Post by snailface » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:29 am

The simplicity of it is amazing -- very clean MB compared to the PSP.

ARM processors FTW. :P
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Re: Open PSVita

Post by rafael707 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:31 pm

where is the cpu, gpu, and memory chips at?
Add me, I got a ps4 ;)

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Re: Open PSVita

Post by ramiro1398 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:34 pm

cool

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Re: Open PSVita

Post by ViP3R » Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:06 am

Well, what did you guys expect? :mrgreen:
Goodbye, Captain John "Soap" Mactavish
And Goodbye, Joe Frazier - thanks for encouraging me to have my own PSP

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Re: Open PSVita

Post by jlo138 » Sat Dec 24, 2011 12:07 pm

Thank god im not on the assembly team.

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Re: Open PSVita

Post by noname120 » Tue Feb 21, 2012 6:47 pm

Did it work when you rebuilt it ? (to forget to add a piece is easy :D )
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