Worklog Identifying a Wii's Revision Based off of Serial Numbers

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Revision: RVL-CPU-20
Serial Number: LU661971664
Color: White

Revision: RVL-CPU-20
Serial Number: LU630780457
Color: White

Revision: RVL-CPU-40
Serial Number: LU711134230
Color: White
 

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Revision: RVL-CPU-50
Serial Number: LEF50650498
Color: Black

Edit: This is a PAL console.
 
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Revision: RVL-CPU-20
Serial Number: LEH22371102-8
Color: White

Revision: RVL-CPU-20
Serial Number: KEH10553897-2
Color: White

Revision: RVL-CPU-30
Serial Number: LEH25629131-3
Color: White

Revision: RVL-CPU-30
Serial Number: LEH23940491-4
Color: White

Revision: RVL-CPU-40
Serial Number: LEH16835606-3
Color: White
 
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Revision: RVL-CPU-20
Serial Number: LU36571684-4
Color: White
Region: NTSC-U
 

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I'm not really active here on this forum but made an account to submit a bunch of serial numbers. The Wii's hardware has fascinated me for a while and I've been keeping track of the board revisions and serial numbers of all Wii's I've owned. I'm also trying to find a correlation between serial number and boot1 vulnerability. I have yet to encounter a boot1 vulnerable Wii that isn't a RVL-CPU-01, or a RVL-CPU-01 that isn't boot1 vulnerable. I'm starting to think the RVL-CPU-10 was released just to patch boot1. Does anyone have a vulnerable RVL-CPU-10, 20 or 30?
 
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I'm not really active here on this forum but made an account to submit a bunch of serial numbers. The Wii's hardware has fascinated me for a while and I've been keeping track of the board revisions and serial numbers of all Wii's I've owned. I'm also trying to find a correlation between serial number and boot1 vulnerability. I have yet to encounter a boot1 vulnerable Wii that isn't a RVL-CPU-01, or a RVL-CPU-01 that isn't boot1 vulnerable. I'm starting to think the RVL-CPU-10 was released just to patch boot1. Does anyone have a vulnerable RVL-CPU-10, 20 or 30?
This is already known, I believe there are actually some patched RVL-CPU-01 Wiis as well, but the CPU-10s being the first patch would make a lot of sense.
 

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This is already known, I believe there are actually some patched RVL-CPU-01 Wiis as well, but the CPU-10s being the first patch would make a lot of sense.
Can confirm, I own(ed) a CPU-01 that is boot1 patched.

Or at least the installer said no vulnerability 4 times in a row and I gave up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
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Revision C/RVL-CPU-40 serial number LU71439551 [5] color white It has the gamecube ports and it says 2-2 side-B I don't know if that means anything or not but thought I'd include it.
 
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