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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Asus ROG Ally, use our service manual.

  1. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Main Board Side 1: step 1, image 1 of 2 ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Main Board Side 1: step 1, image 2 of 2
    • AMD 100-000001278 3.3 GHz octa-core Ryzen Z1 Extreme applications processor

    • Samsung K3LKBKB0BM-MGCP 4 GB LPDDR5 SDRAM memory

    • Renesas ISL9241HRTZ Li-ion SMBus buck-boost battery charger

    • onsemi CAT24C512 64 KB serial EEPROM memory

    • Realtek ALC3288 audio codec

    • Cirrus Logic CS35L51X audio amplifier

    • Monolithic Power Systems MP2845A multi-phase controller

  2. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Monolithic Power Systems MP86949 45 A power stage

    • Texas Instruments TPS51285ARUK dual synchronous step-down controller w/ LDOs

    • Silergy SY8388ARHC 8 A synchronous step-down regulator

    • Silergy synchronous step-down converter (likely)

    • Monolithic Power Systems DC-DC converter (likely)

    • Torex Semiconductor XC6223K3019R-G 300 mA / 3.00 V LDO regulator

    • Texas Instruments TMUX154ERSWR 2-ch. SPDT analog switch

  3. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID: step 3, image 1 of 1
    • Kinetic Technologies KTS1690AEGAA-TA USB VBUS load switch

    • Kinetic Technologies KTS1681AEUZ-TR 4 A over-voltage protection

    • Kinetic Technologies Dual Output Load Switch with OVP ?

  4. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Main Board Side 1 - Sensors: step 4, image 1 of 1
    • Bosch Sensortec BMI323 6-axis MEMS accelerometer & gyroscope w/ temperature sensor

    • Likely Texas Instruments temperature sensor

  5. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Main Board Side 2: step 5, image 1 of 2 ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Main Board Side 2: step 5, image 2 of 2
    • ITE Tech IT5125VG-192 keyboard & embedded controller

    • ITE Tech IT8856FN USB type-C power delivery controller

    • Genesys Logic GL9755 card reader controller

    • Winbond W74M25JW 32 MB authentication flash memory

    • MEMS Microphone

    • ANPEC Electronics APL6012 15-ch., 8 bit A/D converter

    • Renesas mixed signal array (possibly)

  6. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID: step 6, image 1 of 1
    • Monolithic Power Systems MP86903C 30 A power stage

    • Infineon IR3883MTRPBF 3 A synchronous DC-DC buck regulator

    • Global Mixed-mode Technology G9661M 3 A / Adj. LDO regulator (likely)

    • Texas Instruments TPS22975DSG 6 A load switch

    • uPI Semi uP9030Q power distribution switch (likely)

    • Texas Instruments TS5A3166DCKR 1-ch. SPST analog switch

    • Texas Instruments SN74LVC1G08 single 2-input AND gate

  7. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID: step 7, image 1 of 1
  8. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Main Board Side 2 - Sensors: step 8, image 1 of 1
    • Likely Texas Instruments temperature sensor

  9. ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Joystick Board Side 1: step 9, image 1 of 2 ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID, Joystick Board Side 1: step 9, image 2 of 2
    • Likely ITE Tech IT8237FN248A embedded controller

    • Likely ITE Tech IT8237FN120A embedded controller

    • SG Micro SGM5200 16-ch., 12 bit, 1 MSPS A/D converter

    • SG Micro SGM4040B-2.5 2.5 V voltage reference

    • Possibly Awinic AW86223 haptic driver


Any identification for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth? I don't see anything mentioning what it has.

Parker Reed - Reply

The board in the teardown video (I suspect this same board) has soldered on module with a MediaTek MT7922A12L.

Alisha C -

My Ally came with MediaTek MT7922 (RZ616). Since it has apparent issues with keeping a connection (not caused by the signal!) - I ordered an Intel AX210 to replace it, only to find out that it's apparently soldered and can't be replaced. This should have been mentioned by ifixit - definitely a bad decision! same for the soldered 16GB RAM. Another bad decision. Now I don't know what to do with the Ally. Unreliable Wifi is no option, so maybe return it..

lucker#1 - Reply

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