If you are looking forward to the launch of the new Nintendo Wii U gaming console. You might be interested in s new website post on the the which reveals the inner workings of the Nintendo Wii U.
The new article sees the Wii U team reveal the inner workings of the new Wii U gaming console, including information about Nintendo’s new MCM, a multi-chip module to house the crucial CPU and GPU combination within the console.
Genyo Takeda, senior managing director and general manager of the Integrated Research and Development Division explains:
“This time we fully embraced the idea of using an MCM for our gaming console,”-“An MCM is where the aforementioned multi-core CPU chip and the GPU chip are built into a single component. The GPU itself also contains quite a large on-chip memory. Due to this MCM, the package costs less and we could speed up data exchange among two LSIs while lowering power consumption. And also the international division of labour in general, would be cost-effective.”
For more information and for full details of Nintendo’s Wii U gaming console jump over to the Iwata Asks website.