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The main SoC is labeled <code>CXD5315GG</code>. The design is a stacked SoC with the SDRAM found in the same chip as the processor cores. Toshiba details their "[http://www.toshiba-components.com/ASIC/SiP.html Stacked Chip SOC]" on their site. From reversing code and looking at FCC documentation, it appears that the internal name of the chip is "Kermit."
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The PS Vita main SoC, nicknamed Kermit, is manufactured by Toshiba. The design is a stacked SoC with the SDRAM found in the same chip as the processor cores. Toshiba details their "[http://www.toshiba-components.com/ASIC/SiP.html Stacked Chip SOC]" on their site.
  
More information can be found at [http://www.chipworks.com/en/technical-competitive-analysis/resources/blog/sonys-ps-vita-uses-chip-on-chip-sip-3d-but-not-3d/ Chipworks].
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More information can be found at [https://web.archive.org/web/20150425204407/http://www.chipworks.com/en/technical-competitive-analysis/resources/blog/sonys-ps-vita-uses-chip-on-chip-sip-3d-but-not-3d/ Chipworks].
  
 
[[File:T9ML7MBG-S.png|thumb|From FCC application 712137]]
 
[[File:T9ML7MBG-S.png|thumb|From FCC application 712137]]
 
According to the internal photos found in the [https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=712137&fcc_id=AK8PCH1101A FCC filings], it appears that an earlier version of the chip is labeled <code>T9ML7MBG-S</code>. This does not appear to be a standard model and is likely custom designed in partnership with Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. It is possible that Sony used [http://www.toshiba-components.com/ASIC/index.html this service] from Toshiba in their design process which is why the prototype demonstrated in the FCC filing shows a Toshiba chip..
 
According to the internal photos found in the [https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=712137&fcc_id=AK8PCH1101A FCC filings], it appears that an earlier version of the chip is labeled <code>T9ML7MBG-S</code>. This does not appear to be a standard model and is likely custom designed in partnership with Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. It is possible that Sony used [http://www.toshiba-components.com/ASIC/index.html this service] from Toshiba in their design process which is why the prototype demonstrated in the FCC filing shows a Toshiba chip..
  
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== Variants ==
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There are multiple known variants of Kermit. SoC revision is readable from [[Pervasive#.22SoC_revision.22|a ScePervasiveMisc register]].
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In the following table, a value of <code>0x000XXXYZ</code> will be named <code>Kermit [depends on XXX] ESYrZ</code>.
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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! Kermit revision !! SoC model number !! Unit model number !! Notes
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|-
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| Kermit ES4r2 || CXD5315GG || PCH-1xxx, VTE-10xx || Retail unit, ?512MiB LPDDR2?
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|-
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| Kermit ES4r2 || CXD5315GG-1 || PDEL-10xx || TOOL, ?1.5GiB LPDDR2?
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|-
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| Kermit ES1 || ??? || DEM revision before DEM-3000G || CPU is Cortex-A8, GPU is SGX541MP, ?no CDRAM? -  only ES1r0 and ES1r1 should exist
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|-
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| Kermit ES2 || ??? || DEM-3000G ?to DEM-3000H? || CPU is Cortex-A9, GPU is SGX543MP4+
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|-
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| Kermit ES3 || ??? || ?DEM-3000JEC, some DEM-3000K/J? ||
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|-
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| Kermit ES4r? || T9ML7MBG-S || CEM-3000VD1 || Units used for [https://fccid.io/AK8PCH1001A PCH-1001 FCC certification] and [https://fccid.io/AK8PCH1101A PCH-1101 FCC certification] uses this chip. Most likely ES4, probably ES4r2.
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| Kermit15 ES1r5 || CXD5316GG || PCH-20xx || Name comes from <code>KERMIT15</code> string in [[SceSysStateMgr]] - might stand for "Kermit 1.5". Some late version of this chip has the <code>AU_CODEC_IC_CONEXANT</code>.
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|}
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== Schema ==
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This is for DevKit. Retail and TestKit are different:
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* The DevKit carries 1 GiB of LPDDR2 DRAM (usually referred to as the "main memory"). The retail unit and TestKit carry 512 MiB of LPDDR2 DRAM.
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[[File:PSVita custom SoC schema.png]]
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== CPU ==
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See [[Main_Processor]].
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== GPU ==
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See [[SGX543]].
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== LPDDR2 DRAM (main memory) ==
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* The retail unit and TestKit carry 512 MiB of LPDDR2 DRAM.
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* The DevKit carries 1 GiB of LPDDR2 DRAM (usually referred to as the "main memory").
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=== Trace Memory ===
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The DevKit mounts 512 MiB of LPDDR2 DRAM for performance analysis.
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This memory is for storing performance measurement data referred by a performance analyzer (Razor for PlayStation®Vita) or runtime libraries.
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== Custom DRAM ==
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The DevKit carries 128 MiB of custom DRAM (usually referred to as the "video memory"). ?Retail/TesKit too?
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== Codec Engine ==
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Codec Engine is a media processor configured with multiple cores. Only the specific processing of the specific libraries is processed through Codec Engine instead of CPU.
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== Other Key Units and Bus Configuration ==
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As other key units, the custom SoC includes the features below:
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* Direct Memory Access Controllers (DMAC)
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* AVC Decoder
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* A video out interface
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* Misc input/outputs interface etc.
  
 
== Pinout ==
 
== Pinout ==
  
[[File:kermit-bga.png|thumb|600px]]
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[[File:kermit-bga.png|600px|Source is a [[Media:Kermit_bga.numbers.zip|iWork Numbers file]].]]
  
The pinout is mostly reversed from the [http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?p=402775 PCB delayer] and is based off of PCH-1XXX on the IRS-002 board. It may not include some pins only used in other Vita models.
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The pinout is mostly reversed from the [http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?p=402775 PCB delayer] and is based off of PCH-1XXX on the IRS-002 board. It may not include some pins only used in other PS Vita models.
  
 
=== UART ===
 
=== UART ===
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| RX5 || A17 || UART5 receive
 
| RX5 || A17 || UART5 receive
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== USB ===
 
=== USB ===
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|-
 
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| D- UDC || AB30 || Multiconnector USB D  (client, OTG maybe supported)
 
| D- UDC || AB30 || Multiconnector USB D  (client, OTG maybe supported)
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| USB VBUS || AA29 || Also goes to SN99057
 
|}
 
|}
  
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| DAT7 1 || W2 || Gamecard DAT7 (unused)
 
| DAT7 1 || W2 || Gamecard DAT7 (unused)
 
|-
 
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| CLK 2 || T1 || Wifi/BT clock
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| CLK 2 || T1 || Wlan/Bt clock
 
|-
 
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| CMD 2 || Q1 || Wifi/BT CMD
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| CMD 2 || Q1 || Wlan/Bt CMD
 
|-
 
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| DAT0 2 || S1 || Wifi/BT DAT0
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| DAT0 2 || S1 || Wlan/Bt DAT0
 
|-
 
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| DAT1 2 || S2 || Wifi/BT DAT1
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| DAT1 2 || S2 || Wlan/Bt DAT1
 
|-
 
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| DAT2 2 || R1 || Wifi/BT DAT2
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| DAT2 2 || R1 || Wlan/Bt DAT2
 
|-
 
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| DAT3 2 || R2 || Wifi/BT DAT3
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| DAT3 2 || R2 || Wlan/Bt DAT3
 
|-
 
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| Vddq || U1 || SDIO voltage regulation
 
| Vddq || U1 || SDIO voltage regulation
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| Vddq || U2 || SDIO voltage regulation
 
| Vddq || U2 || SDIO voltage regulation
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== MS ===
 
=== MS ===
  
See [[SceMsif]].
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See [[MSIF Registers]].
  
 
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| DAT3 || AC10 || Memorycard DAT3
 
| DAT3 || AC10 || Memorycard DAT3
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== MIPI DSI ===
 
=== MIPI DSI ===
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| D1- 0 || G1 || Internal display data 1 lane
 
| D1- 0 || G1 || Internal display data 1 lane
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== MIPI CSI ===
 
=== MIPI CSI ===
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|}
 
|}
  
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=== SPI ===
  
=== SPI ===
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[[File:vita-syscon-spi.png|thumb|400px|SPI0 (Syscon) trace. Termination resistor under the shield.]]
  
 
See [[SPI Registers]].
 
See [[SPI Registers]].
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| MOSI 0 || Z14 || Syscon SPI input
 
| MOSI 0 || Z14 || Syscon SPI input
 
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| CS 1 || AA12 || Accelerometer IC SPI chip select
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| CS 1 || AA12 || Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI chip select
 
|-
 
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| SCK 1 || Z13 || Accelerometer IC SPI clock
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| SCK 1 || Z13 || Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI clock
 
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| MISO 1 || AA13 || Accelerometer IC SPI output
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| MISO 1 || AA13 || Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI output
 
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| MOSI 1 || Z12 || Accelerometer IC SPI input
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| MOSI 1 || Z12 || Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI input
 
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| CS 2 || AA10 || P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI chip select
 
| CS 2 || AA10 || P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI chip select
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| MOSI 2 || Z10 || P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI input
 
| MOSI 2 || Z10 || P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI input
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== GPIO ===
 
=== GPIO ===
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| Syscon || A20 || To syscon
 
| Syscon || A20 || To syscon
 
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| Motion || E25 || To accelerometer IC
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| Motion || E25 || To Motion (accelerometer IC)
 
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| Motion || A26 || To accelerometer IC
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| Motion || A26 || To Motion (accelerometer IC)
 
|-
 
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| Camera || E21 || To camera
 
| Camera || E21 || To camera
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| eMMC RST_N || B26 || RST_N of eMMC
 
| eMMC RST_N || B26 || RST_N of eMMC
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== I2C ===
 
=== I2C ===
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| pullup? || AB29 || Goes to a pullup resistor?
 
| pullup? || AB29 || Goes to a pullup resistor?
 
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| Syscon || AA9 || Goes to syscon
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| Wlan/Bt || AA9 || Goes to Wlan/Bt SoC
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| rst? || AA29 || Goes to PMIC, maybe rst_n?
 
 
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| pad W4 || X4 || Goes to pad, connects with W4
 
| pad W4 || X4 || Goes to pad, connects with W4
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| pullup X27 || W27 || Pullup resistor to X27
 
| pullup X27 || W27 || Pullup resistor to X27
 
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| rst? || X29 || Goes near PMIC, might be reset
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| || X29 || Goes near PMIC
 
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| rst? || X30 || Goes near PMIC, might be reset
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| || X30 || Goes near PMIC
 
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| pad M7 || U29 || Connects to M7 with a passive
 
| pad M7 || U29 || Connects to M7 with a passive
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|}
 
|}
  
 
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=== Clocks/Reset ===
=== Clocks ===
 
  
 
See [[Pervasive]].
 
See [[Pervasive]].
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| 27M || A11 || 27MHz, suspected input to main PLL
 
| 27M || A11 || 27MHz, suspected input to main PLL
 
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| 48M || AC27 || 48MHz, suspected USB related
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| 48M || AC27 || 48MHz, SD controller
 
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| 37M || C30 || 37MHz
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| 37M || C30 || 37MHz, suspected main clock
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| RST_N || B9 || Held for 20ms on startup by Syscon, 100K pulldown
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
=== Power ===
 
=== Power ===
  
Different power domains are numbered. Some voltages are unknown. Decoupling capacitors for some major power domains are shown below.
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Different power domains are numbered. Some voltages are unknown.
 
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[[File:vita-caps.png|thumb|400px|Decoupling capacitors for some major power domains are shown.]]
[[File:vita-caps.png]]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:13, 29 July 2022

The PS Vita main SoC, nicknamed Kermit, is manufactured by Toshiba. The design is a stacked SoC with the SDRAM found in the same chip as the processor cores. Toshiba details their "Stacked Chip SOC" on their site.

More information can be found at Chipworks.

From FCC application 712137

According to the internal photos found in the FCC filings, it appears that an earlier version of the chip is labeled T9ML7MBG-S. This does not appear to be a standard model and is likely custom designed in partnership with Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. It is possible that Sony used this service from Toshiba in their design process which is why the prototype demonstrated in the FCC filing shows a Toshiba chip..

Variants

There are multiple known variants of Kermit. SoC revision is readable from a ScePervasiveMisc register.

In the following table, a value of 0x000XXXYZ will be named Kermit [depends on XXX] ESYrZ.

Known Kermit revisions
Kermit revision SoC model number Unit model number Notes
Kermit ES4r2 CXD5315GG PCH-1xxx, VTE-10xx Retail unit, ?512MiB LPDDR2?
Kermit ES4r2 CXD5315GG-1 PDEL-10xx TOOL, ?1.5GiB LPDDR2?
Kermit ES1 ??? DEM revision before DEM-3000G CPU is Cortex-A8, GPU is SGX541MP, ?no CDRAM? - only ES1r0 and ES1r1 should exist
Kermit ES2 ??? DEM-3000G ?to DEM-3000H? CPU is Cortex-A9, GPU is SGX543MP4+
Kermit ES3 ??? ?DEM-3000JEC, some DEM-3000K/J?
Kermit ES4r? T9ML7MBG-S CEM-3000VD1 Units used for PCH-1001 FCC certification and PCH-1101 FCC certification uses this chip. Most likely ES4, probably ES4r2.
Kermit15 ES1r5 CXD5316GG PCH-20xx Name comes from KERMIT15 string in SceSysStateMgr - might stand for "Kermit 1.5". Some late version of this chip has the AU_CODEC_IC_CONEXANT.

Schema

This is for DevKit. Retail and TestKit are different:

  • The DevKit carries 1 GiB of LPDDR2 DRAM (usually referred to as the "main memory"). The retail unit and TestKit carry 512 MiB of LPDDR2 DRAM.

PSVita custom SoC schema.png

CPU

See Main_Processor.

GPU

See SGX543.

LPDDR2 DRAM (main memory)

  • The retail unit and TestKit carry 512 MiB of LPDDR2 DRAM.
  • The DevKit carries 1 GiB of LPDDR2 DRAM (usually referred to as the "main memory").

Trace Memory

The DevKit mounts 512 MiB of LPDDR2 DRAM for performance analysis.

This memory is for storing performance measurement data referred by a performance analyzer (Razor for PlayStation®Vita) or runtime libraries.

Custom DRAM

The DevKit carries 128 MiB of custom DRAM (usually referred to as the "video memory"). ?Retail/TesKit too?

Codec Engine

Codec Engine is a media processor configured with multiple cores. Only the specific processing of the specific libraries is processed through Codec Engine instead of CPU.

Other Key Units and Bus Configuration

As other key units, the custom SoC includes the features below:

  • Direct Memory Access Controllers (DMAC)
  • AVC Decoder
  • A video out interface
  • Misc input/outputs interface etc.

Pinout

Source is a iWork Numbers file.

The pinout is mostly reversed from the PCB delayer and is based off of PCH-1XXX on the IRS-002 board. It may not include some pins only used in other PS Vita models.

UART

See UART Console for pinout and UART Registers for programming.

Name Pin Description
CTS0 D12 UART0 clear to send
RTS0 B12 UART0 request to send
TX0 B10 UART0 transmit
RX0 B11 UART0 receive
CTS5 E17 UART5 clear to send
RTS5 B17 UART5 request to send
TX5 D17 UART5 transmit
RX5 A17 UART5 receive

USB

See EHCI.

Name Pin Description
D+ 3G AD24 3G modem USB D+ (host EHCI)
D- 3G AD25 3G modem USB D (host EHCI)
D+ Acc AD27 Accessory port USB D+ (host EHCI)
D- Acc AD28 Accessory port USB D (host EHCI)
D+ UDC AA30 Multiconnector USB D+ (client, OTG maybe supported)
D- UDC AB30 Multiconnector USB D (client, OTG maybe supported)
USB VBUS AA29 Also goes to SN99057

SDIO

See SceSdif.

Name Pin Description
CLK 0 AC7 eMMC clock
CMD 0 AB2 eMMC CMD
DAT0 0 AC6 eMMC DAT0
DAT1 0 AD6 eMMC DAT1
DAT2 0 AC5 eMMC DAT2
DAT3 0 AD5 eMMC DAT3
DAT4 0 AC4 eMMC DAT4
DAT5 0 AD4 eMMC DAT5
DAT6 0 AC3 eMMC DAT6
DAT7 0 AD3 eMMC DAT7
CLK 1 AA1 Gamecard clock
CMD 1 V1 Gamecard CMD
DAT0 1 Z1 Gamecard DAT0
DAT1 1 Z2 Gamecard DAT1
DAT2 1 Y1 Gamecard DAT2
DAT3 1 Y2 Gamecard DAT3
DAT4 1 X1 Gamecard DAT4 (unused)
DAT5 1 X2 Gamecard DAT5 (unused)
DAT6 1 W1 Gamecard DAT6 (unused)
DAT7 1 W2 Gamecard DAT7 (unused)
CLK 2 T1 Wlan/Bt clock
CMD 2 Q1 Wlan/Bt CMD
DAT0 2 S1 Wlan/Bt DAT0
DAT1 2 S2 Wlan/Bt DAT1
DAT2 2 R1 Wlan/Bt DAT2
DAT3 2 R2 Wlan/Bt DAT3
Vddq U1 SDIO voltage regulation
Vddq U2 SDIO voltage regulation

MS

See MSIF Registers.

Name Pin Description
CLK AD14 Memorycard CLK
INS AD13 Memorycard insert detect
BS AD8 Memorycard bus state (select bit)
DAT0 AC11 Memorycard DAT0
DAT1 AD12 Memorycard DAT1
DAT2 AD11 Memorycard DAT2
DAT3 AC10 Memorycard DAT3

MIPI DSI

See DSI Registers.

Name Pin Description
DC+ 0 F1 Internal display clock lane
DC- 0 E1 Internal display clock lane
D0+ 0 D1 Internal display data 0 lane
D0- 0 C1 Internal display data 0 lane
D1+ 0 H1 Internal display data 1 lane
D1- 0 G1 Internal display data 1 lane

MIPI CSI

Name Pin Description
AD15 Front/back camera
AD16 Front/back camera
AD17 Front/back camera
AD18 Front/back camera
AD19 Front/back camera
AD20 Front/back camera
AD21 Front/back camera
AD22 Front/back camera

SPI

SPI0 (Syscon) trace. Termination resistor under the shield.

See SPI Registers.

Name Pin Description
CS 0 AA14 Syscon SPI chip select
SCK 0 Z15 Syscon SPI clock
MISO 0 AA15 Syscon SPI output
MOSI 0 Z14 Syscon SPI input
CS 1 AA12 Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI chip select
SCK 1 Z13 Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI clock
MISO 1 AA13 Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI output
MOSI 1 Z12 Motion (accelerometer IC) SPI input
CS 2 AA10 P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI chip select
SCK 2 Z11 P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI clock
MISO 2 AA11 P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI output
MOSI 2 Z10 P1P40167 clock synthesizer SPI input

GPIO

See GPIO Registers.

Name Pin Description
Syscon D18 To syscon
Syscon E18 To syscon
Syscon E19 To syscon
Syscon A20 To syscon
Motion E25 To Motion (accelerometer IC)
Motion A26 To Motion (accelerometer IC)
Camera E21 To camera
Camera D21 To camera
Camera B21 To camera
PS LED E20 To transistor gate powering PS button LED
GC LED D20 To LED next to gamecard port
PMIC A22 To PMIC
PMIC A25 To PMIC
PMIC B20 To PMIC
OLED A19 To OLED connector port
GPIO_80 A21 3G modem pin 23
GPIO_H2 B27 3G modem pin 11
VBUS_CTRL A27 3G modem pin 17
eMMC RST_N B26 RST_N of eMMC

I2C

See I2C Registers.

Name Pin Description
SCL 0 T4 I2C0 clock
SDA 0 T5 I2C0 data
SCL 1 S4 I2C1 clock
SDA 1 S5 I2C1 data


Misc

Name Pin Description
pad AC28 AC26 Goes to pad with passive, grouped with AC28?
pad AC26 AC28 Goes to pad with passive, grouped with AC26?
pullup? AB29 Goes to a pullup resistor?
Wlan/Bt AA9 Goes to Wlan/Bt SoC
pad W4 X4 Goes to pad, connects with W4
pad X4 W4 Goes to pad, connects with X4
pullup X27 W27 Pullup resistor to X27
X29 Goes near PMIC
X30 Goes near PMIC
pad M7 U29 Connects to M7 with a passive
rst? U30 Goes near PMIC, might be reset
pad U29 M7 Connects to U29 with a passive
Capacitor L5 Goes to a capacitor, voltage regulation?
Camera K4 Goes to camera, camera audio input?
Audio K5 Maybe I2S
Audio K7 Maybe I2S
Audio G5 Maybe I2S
Audio B4 Maybe I2S
Syscon B9 Goes to syscon
pad D11 D10 Connects to D10 through passive
pad D10 D11 Connects to D11 through passive
pad G30 G29 Connects to G30 through passive
pad G29 G30 Connects to G29 through passive

Clocks/Reset

See Pervasive.

Name Pin Description
24M B5 24.576MHz, suspected audio related
24M B6 24.576MHz, suspected audio related
27M A11 27MHz, suspected input to main PLL
48M AC27 48MHz, SD controller
37M C30 37MHz, suspected main clock
RST_N B9 Held for 20ms on startup by Syscon, 100K pulldown

Power

Different power domains are numbered. Some voltages are unknown.

Decoupling capacitors for some major power domains are shown.
Name Pin Description
VDD09 1 W9 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 W10 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 W11 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 W12 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 W13 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 W14 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 W15 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V10 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V11 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V12 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V13 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V14 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V15 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V16 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V17 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V18 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V19 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V20 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 V21 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 U10 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 T10 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 S10 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 R10 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H16 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H17 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H18 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H19 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H20 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H21 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 H22 0.9V power domain 1
VDD09 1 B18 0.9V power domain 1
VDD10 1 K9 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 1 J9 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 1 I9 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 1 I10 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 1 I11 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 1 I12 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 1 I13 1.0V power domain 1
VDD10 2 I14 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I15 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I16 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I17 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I18 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I19 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I20 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I21 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 I22 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 J22 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 K22 1.0V power domain 2
VDD10 2 L22 1.0V power domain 2
VDD12 1 U11 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U12 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U13 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U14 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U15 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U16 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U17 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U18 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U19 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U20 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U21 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 U22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 T22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 S22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 R22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 M22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 L22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 K22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J22 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J21 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J20 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J19 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J18 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J17 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J16 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J15 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J14 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J13 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J12 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J11 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 J10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 K10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 L10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 M10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 N10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 O10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 P10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 1 Q10 1.2V power domain 1 (main core power)
VDD12 2 M9 1.2V power domain 2
VDD12 2 L9 1.2V power domain 2
VDD12 2 Q21 1.2V power domain 2
VDD12 2 P21 1.2V power domain 2
VDD12 2 O21 1.2V power domain 2
VDD12 2 N21 1.2V power domain 2
VDD12 3 W18 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 W19 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 W20 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 W21 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 W22 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 Q22 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 P22 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 O9 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 N9 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 H11 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 H12 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 H13 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 H14 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 3 H15 1.2V power domain 3
VDD12 4 T22 1.2V power domain 4
VDD12 4 S22 1.2V power domain 4
VDD12 4 R22 1.2V power domain 4
VDD12 4 O22 1.2V power domain 4
VDD12 4 N22 1.2V power domain 4
VDD12 4 M22 1.2V power domain 4
VDD18 1 Y26 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 Y27 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 N8 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 M8 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 L8 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 K8 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 O23 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 N23 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 H9 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 H10 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 G15 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 G16 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 G19 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 G20 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 G21 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 G22 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 W16 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 W17 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 V22 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 1 U22 1.8V power domain 1
VDD18 2 AA6 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 Z6 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 AA17 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 Z17 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 AA18 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 Z18 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 V4 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 V5 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 P7 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 O7 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 J23 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 I23 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 H8 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 G8 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 E8 1.8V power domain 2
VDD18 2 D8 1.8V power domain 2
VDD? 1 AA26 Unknown power
VDD? 1 Z26 Unknown power
VDD? 2 AA25 Unknown power
VDD? 2 Z25 Unknown power
VDD? 3 AA20 Unknown power
VDD? 3 Z20 Unknown power
VDD? 4 AA8 Unknown power
VDD? 4 Z8 Unknown power
VDD? 4 Y4 Unknown power
VDD? 4 Y5 Unknown power
VDD? 4 X27 Unknown power
VDD? 5 E6 Unknown power
VDD? 5 D6 Unknown power
VDD? 6 H7 Unknown power
VDD? 6 G7 Unknown power
VDD? 7 P24 Unknown power
VDD? 7 O24 Unknown power
VDD? 8 T24 Unknown power
VDD? 8 S24 Unknown power
VDD? 9 E26 Unknown power
VDD? 9 E27 Unknown power
VDD? 9 D29 Unknown power
VDD? 9 D30 Unknown power
VDD? 9 C29 Unknown power
VDD? 9 B30 Unknown power
VDD? 10 F26 Unknown power
VDD? 10 F27 Unknown power