I’m putting a WiFi router into a wall charger (Part 0)

When IT finds your drop
This isn’t your grandma’s phone charger.
A33 DDR3 Controller
  • Ram is 1.35V
  • Cores are 1.1V
  • DLL needs 2.5V (delay-locked loop btw)
  • Analogs need 3.0V
  • IO needs 3.3V
RTL8188CUS Wifi Module
Wired into the A33
Current Unfinished PCB

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