Discussion in 'Wii' started by Shank, Oct 24, 2016.
added as picture. thanks.
Got a couple of these bad boys layin around.
Unfortunately, these are the only ones I have that are still in their cases - these are all NTSC:J systems, although some of them are Asian regional variants.
I'm back with my third Wii.
BLACK RVK-CPU-01 KU60191666(3)
BLACK RVK-CPU-01 KU60907287(3)
BLACK RVK-CPU-01 KU60918312(8)
BLACK RVK-CPU-01 KU60365277(4)
BLACK RVL-CPU-60 LU83390260(1)
BLACK RVK-CPU-01 KU50296236(3)
RED RVL-CPU-40 LU92664256(8)
BLUE RVK-CPU-01 KU25099932(1)
Hope they help! (Both are PAL/AUS region)
White, AUS region
RVL-CPU-40 - LU83276098 - Black
RVL-CPU-60 - LU12498671 - White
White USA region RVL-CPU-40
Random question (sorry for posting it here since I am new to this forum, @Shank may know this one):
Do any black RVL-CPU-40 Wiis have the older AVE chips (i.e. not the newer BU99 version), assuming anyone has taken one apart? I know the white RVL-40 Wiis had a variation of AVE chips used and that the red RVL-40 Wiis are all most likely BU99 because of how late they were produced (at that point they were transitioning to the RVL-60 revision). It was discovered that there was a software bug on the older Wiis (the RVL-CPU-01, RVL-CPU-20, RVL-CPU-30, and some RVL-CPU-40 Wiis) that caused the component output to not look as good as it could have been.
Nintendo apparently fixed the bug in hardware on all Wiis produced in mid/late 2010 and later. I'm presuming that the BU99 based RVL-40 Wiis had the fix implemented by Nintendo.
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