• Release Date September 14, 2001
  • CPU 32-bit IBM PowerPC 750CXe Gekko @ 485 MHz
  • Graphics ATI Flipper GPU @ 162 MHz with 3MB embedded 1T-SRAM
  • Memory 24MB of 1T-SRAM @ 324MHz as system RAM
  • Sound Analog stereo (Dolby Pro Logic II)
  • Media miniDVD-based format
  • Manufacturer Nintendo
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Nintendo Game Cube was released on September 14, 2001 in Japan, on November 18, 2001 in North America, on May 3, 2002 in Europe, and on May 17, 2002 in Australia. According to official figures, the GameCube managed to sell 21.74 million units worldwide. Small and beautifully designed - that's the Nintendo GameCube. Available in purple, black, and special edition colors, the exclusive design and compact size (11.4cm x 15cm x 16cm) of the Nintendo GameCube are testament to Nintendo's commitment to keeping originality and innovation alive. video game.

It has a processor made by IBM (a version of the PowerPC 750cx, also known as PowerPC G3 in Apple computers) and an ATI graphics chipset, which gives it great computing power. In terms of sound, it has a DSP developed by Macronix capable of reproducing audio with quality superior to that of CD]]. With a main processor, developed in collaboration with IBM, and a graphics chip, developed with ATI, Nintendo GameCube has great power that allows you to enjoy your games to the fullest. Thus, Nintendo GameCube titles have dazzling visual effects that will illuminate your entire living room. If you add aMusic and sound with CD quality, you will have as a result Nintendo GameCube, a console that surprises with its incredible quality.