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Does the Wii output 240p?

Playing in 240p
In order to play VC games in 240p, your Wii needs to be set to 480i mode.
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What resolution can the Wii output?

Some Wii software supports a 480p progressive output that displays at an enhanced quality compared to the standard 576i display. To view Wii display output in 480p, you must change your Wii's TV Resolution setting from 50Hz (576i) or 60Hz (480i) to EDTV/HDTV (480p).
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Is the Wii 480p or 720p?

As a console, the Wii renders a visual signal only in 480p. It's possible to adapt smaller resolutions like 480p to larger resolutions like 1080p, but a 480p picture won't magically become a 1080p image just because it's broadcast on a 1080p device.
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Can the Wii output 1080p?

Important. 1080p resolution is only supported if you have connected your Wii U console to your TV via an HDMI or Wii Component Video cable. If, at any point, you need to switch the type of cable being used, such as HDMI to AV, you will need to use the Wii U GamePad to change the display settings.
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Does Wii U output 480i?

Video output options include 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576i, 480p and 480i, through HDMI 1.4 and component video (YPBPR, D-Terminal and RGB SCART) or 576i, 480i anamorphic widescreen through composite video (S-Video, SCART and D-Terminal).
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Was Wii U 720p?

Was Wii U 720p? The Wii U supports 1080p, Nintendo has confirmed. The video output in full: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i.
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Why is the Wii U slow?

Those examinations suggest that the Wii U's relatively beefy (for a console) 1GB of game RAM and powerful graphics processor are being held back by a relatively weak CPU and slow RAM bus, creating a system that is basically the processing equal of the PS3 and Xbox 360, thus far.
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Is the Wii 30 fps?

Like pretty much all consoles the Wii has some games that run at 60fps and some that run at 30fps, strangely some of the Wii's best looking games run at 60fps.
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Can Wii do 1080i?

Tech specs sheet reveals video output. The Wii U supports 1080p, Nintendo has confirmed. The video output in full: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i.
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Why is Wii not HD?

The reason it is not done is because developers use a technique called double buffering. This requires you to essentially have two copies of the game image in RAM. If a Wii game were to have HD, they wouldn't have enough for two copies of the image and tearing/screen lag would result.
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Is 480p the lowest resolution?

480p vs.

720p is the minimum resolution requirement for HD (High Definition). It has a standard pixel resolution of 1280x720 and an aspect ratio of 16:9. Compared to 480p, it requires more storage space (6 GB for one hour of 720p 30 fps video), but you get a more refined visual quality.
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Why 480p is better than 720p?

In other words, a 480p video has a resolution of 852×480 pixels. For comparison, a 720p HD video has 720 lines that are each 1,280 pixels wide, meaning that it is more than twice as sharp as a the same video at 480p and can be viewed on a much larger screen.
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Is 480p better than 480i Wii?

480p Because it makes text much sharper and the colors pop out more. If you're playing on a CRT, 480i looks good. If you're on an HDTV, 480p is the best. Overall 480p is by far and away much better and sharper.
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What graphics does the Wii use?

Hollywood is the name of the graphics processing unit (GPU) used in Nintendo's Wii video game console. It was designed by ATI (now AMD), and is manufactured using the same 90 nm or 65 nm (depending on the hardware revision) CMOS process as Broadway, the Wii's central processing unit.
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What resolution is Wii 2 HDMI?

Wii2HDMI is an upscaling video converter for the Wii console. The converter accepts all standard Wii video modes (NTSC 480i and 480p, PAL 576i) and produces a full high-resolution HDMI signal at 720p or 1080p output.
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Is 15 20 FPS playable?

Getting less than 30 FPS in a fast-paced game may still feel unplayable to some gamers. 30-45 FPS: Playable. Most people are OK playing at this frame rate, even if it's not perfect. 45-60 FPS: Smooth.
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Is the Wii 32 bit?

Broadway is the codename of the 32-bit central processing unit (CPU) used in Nintendo's Wii home video game console.
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Can Wii play at 60fps?

for Wii U is the only Wii U exclusive game with native 1080p resolution and 60 FPS. There are some third party titles, like Rayman Legends for example, that are 1080p and 60 FPS, but most are only interested in exclusives and not in multiplatform titles (when talking about resolution & framerates).
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Can the Wii use 32 GB SD card?

If you have updated your Wii console to Wii Menu 4.0 or higher, then your Wii console is compatible with SD Cards that are 2 GB (Gigabyte) or less, and is also compatible with SDHC Cards up to 32 GB.
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How many FPS is Wii?

One source claimed the framerate of the system is 29.97fps (NTSC) or 25fps (PAL), whilst other sources claim that certain games like Mario Kart Wii hit 60fps in single or 2 player mode, and 30fps when 3 or 4 players are playing at once.
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How many Ghz is the Wii?

The Wii console only supports the 2.4GHz Wireless Band. Many routers can transmit at both a 2.4GHz and a 5GHz band. Check your router's settings to confirm 2.4GHz band is being transmitted.
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How do I turn on 240p on Wii?

Press A+1+Z simultaneously (A and 1 are on your Wii remote, Z on your Nunchuk). 5. You should hear a sound confirming that you've done this correctly. This should activate 240p mode for all VC games that are 240p-compatible.
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Is Wii U better?

The Wii U is basically an improved Wii. Nearly all Wii games are playable on the Wii U and in HD, no less, making it the best way to experience almost any Wii game you desire. Backward compatibility is something that Switch owners have never experienced.
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Why is the Wii so noisy?

It is normal for some amount of noise to come from the console, as there are various moving parts inside of the console. Additionally, the console may make noises as it's reading discs, which may become louder at some times than others.
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