Nintendo GAMECUBE "Flipper" GPU chips on Silicon Wafer (2007)
This acrylic display from Nintendo features a patterned Silicon Wafer containing 162 MHz ATI "Flipper" GPU chips, commemorating the milestone of reaching 25 million units produced for their GAMECUBE video game console (code-named "Dolphin") before it was discontinued in 2007.
The 5 million transistor "Flipper" GPU chip was designed for Nintendo by a company called ArtX ( acquired by ATI), and was manufactured by NEC using their 18 um embedded DRAM process.
The GameCube's CPU was a custom IBM PowerPC based "Gekko" 32-bit RISC processor. It ran at 485 MHz and was manufactured using IBM's 18 micron process.
ATI also designed the "Xenos" GPU that was used in the Microsoft Xbox 360 video game consoles.