The picture below is the first photograph of the Xbox 360 processor die, showing the physical design of the three-core CPU that powers the next-generation Xbox. In the picture you can see the three cores and the shared 1MB L2 cache among other sections:
A second set of pictures shows a system diagram for the Xbox 360 CPU that explains the different units that make each core as well as the entire processor and how these parts interacts with the other areas of the Xbox 360 architecture:
Last, but no least, also accompanying these new pictures comes a photo of a die, but this time showing the physical design of the Xenos GPU; the graphic chip designed by ATI for the Xbox 360. In the picture, you can see both the GPU parent die (photo provided by TSMC, the manufacturer of the chip) and the daughter die, the GPU embedded DRAM provided by NEC Electronics.
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