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Nov 19 2012, 1:57pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
If you're the sort is always curious exactly what game consoles and other devices look like on the inside, you'll be glad to hear that the Nintendo Wii U has been torn down . The game console looks a lot like your average computer on the inside to my eyes and appears to be reasonably easy to take apart.
The tear down even took a look at the MCM of the Wii U. it sounds as if that component was the most difficult to get at requiring a very thin, double-edged razor blade and some careful cutting to get through the industrial epoxy used to secure the heatsink to the MCM.
If you want to see what your Nintendo Wii U looks like on the inside without having to tear yours up, have a look at the tear down here. It's also interesting that while the console has a 75 W external power supply, during testing before the tear down, consumption never reached half that load.
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