Wow great work! This paves the way to all-in-one Wii portables PCBs, potentially a new era for portablizing. Keep us updated!
A simple and cheap way is to use an electric grill with two thermocouples to monitor the temperature, one thermocouple you place in the middle between the electric grill and the PCB and the other thermocouple you place next to the chip you are going to solder, with that you can monitor the temperature. Another thing, the pcb can handle more temperature than the chip, and you can make another PCB in case something goes wrong, so it's better to heat up the PCB more than the chip.Today I started by soldering the top layer components, plus the bluetooth module. I'm waiting before attempting to solder back the GPU,CPU... because I want to understand wich is the best way to solder them, also I want to be sure they don't get overcooked (I'm also getting a solder paste that melts at a lower temperature than the original)
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