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identify what version no solder mod
identify what version no solder mod –
guys a m8 gave me a no solder mod
does anyone know how i can tell what version of ps2 its for
its an r key but dont know if its for v5 v6 or v7
or are these universal
all the best
Instead of plugging your site, can you back that statement up? I'm sure your fancy boxes are no less harmful than a no solder mod. Not to mention that A) he already has a no solder chip and B) no solder chips with the swap discs are cheaper than your set. I'm very interested as to your response.
EDIT: Too make this not off-topic, Gary: There aren't universal no solder chips. Check the pictures of the no solder mods at www.gamegizmo.com to compare to yours.
Right here goes. Initially I bought 100 of the plug-in mods. (The Stealth 4 ones). I bought them for v4 models & v5/v6/v7 models.
What I found was that the v4 models would not eject the tray. Tried them in 5 different machines & finally gave up. Pieces of crap.
The v5/v6/v7 PnP Stealth was a bit bit more successful. It worked in just over half of the consoles I tried (about 50). If it worked then all was fine. But what I found was that it did not eject the tray properly & reliable in a lot of the consoles. The light would change colour & you would hear the tray motor move but nothing would happen. In other machines , it might eject the tray once in every 5 goes. It was unreliable. From other posts that I have read is that it can cause damage to the tray motor. A few posts have been made about how after a couple of months the mod refuses to eject the tray.
Therefore , from my own personal experiences I have found the non-soldier plug-in to be unreliable. I noticed the machines with the new heat sink were the ones the plug-in had problems with. I actually have 20 plug-ins left - do you want to make me an offer on them?
My experiences of the flip top lids have been excellent. It works first time , every time as it does not eject the tray. I have personally fitted over 250 since start of December & sold on approx 250 more. I have only every had 2 complaints. Both from the same women who had two machines done. Everyone else has been more than delighted.
I was so impressed with them that i agreed to buy a container of them.
I can see from your standpoint how the chips do suck. I might chalk it up to the supplier/manufacturer, because I know a few people (certainly not the 100's you've dealt with) who have had no problems with the no solder mods. And I've also never daelt with the flip tops. I myself have a magic 3, BTW. I thank you for responding respectfully, and sorry if I came off as an ass in my last post. Anyway, gary, you may or may not have success with your chip apparently. Good luck with that.
BTW, not interested in the no solders you have left
i go along with BiggestStephen
i dont advise anyone to fit these to a v7
my sons lasted less than 24hrs and now the machine is dead
nothing from it at all
i,m now so pissed off at whats happened i,m thinking of contacting the company i bought the chip from to hear what they have to say
all the best lads and thanx for replys