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Alterações no passo #10

Edição por Miroslav Djuric

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[* black] Last year, Amazon threw us for a loop by hiding thehid the Texas Instruments OMAP processor [guide|7099|underneath the Hynix RAM chip|stepid=30262]chip|stepid=30262], so that prompted us to roll up the sleeves and do some delayering.
[* black] Last year, Amazon threw us for a loop by hiding thehid the Texas Instruments OMAP processor [guide|7099|underneath the Hynix RAM chip|stepid=30262]chip|stepid=30262], so that prompted us to roll up the sleeves and do some delayering.
[* black] With no processor in sight on the Fire HD's board, we figured they had tried to pull one over on us again—and we were right!
[* black] The Texas Instruments [http://www.ti.com/general/docs/wtbu/wtbuproductcontent.tsp?templateId=6123&navigationId=12843&contentId=53243|OMAP 4460] dual-core processor we uncovered is an upgrade from the standard Fire's 4430 processor.
[* icon_note] Amazon states that the Kindle Fire HD has a 1.2 GHz processor, even though TI claims the 4460 operates at up to 1.5 GHz. Rooters, take note.
[* black] We also delayered the regular Fire's processor for the lolz (second pic). Turns out it's the same 4430 we found way back whenin the Dark Ages of 2011.
[* black] We also delayered the regular Fire's processor for the lolz (second pic). Turns out it's the same 4430 we found way back whenin the Dark Ages of 2011.