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Anatomy of the Playstation 3
Author: Gabriel Torres 104,445 views
Type: Articles Last Updated: October 9, 2008
Page: 7 of 9
The Motherboard

You can have an overall look of the Playstation 3 motherboard on the pictures below. It is important to note that other versions of Playstation 3 use different components inside. As mentioned, we disassembled the 80 GB model as sold in the USA market on October 2008.

Sony Playstation 3
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Figure 22: Playstation 3 motherboard (component side).

Sony Playstation 3
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Figure 23: Playstation 3 motherboard (component side).

Sony Playstation 3
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Figure 24: Playstation 3 motherboard (solder side).

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