Im going to give some of them a shot,there cheap enough :P
ABOUT H2O+ MOD
uses a port of the old H2O modchip code on a more powerful hardware. This transition happened in a hurry due to a shortage of the old Ubicom SX28AC parts, but nevertheless it was bound to happen. Not only has the reliability of the modchip significantly increased with the new hardware, but now it will be possible to add new features like DVD-region FREE and later also CD/USB flash upgrades ;-)
The modchip has no other markings then the print on the Microcontroller. It is also possible to mark the chips with a custom logo selected by the reseller (should they wish to sell them under their own brand name.)
on all consoles v1-v14, just insert any PS2/PS1 disc / DVDvideo and press RESET! No procedures!
on all v1-v16 consoles. The code runs "mc0:/boot/boot.elf" whed DEV mode is executed (now with a simple doubleclick of the reset button)!
design with laser-etched solder mask and automated components assembly!
* UUses latest code developed by the members of the legendary
of any PS2 CDR/DVDR, even multi-elf and Dual Layer DVDR (DVD9) backups!
PS1 import fix
- PS1 games display at full screen!
* PlayStation2 logo displays perfectly, even custom HomeBrew disc logos display as well!
Macro-OFF + green-fix
* 18 wires for v1-v8; 19 wires for v9-v14 consoles; 1 additional wire for JAP consoles.
if F wire is applied
* Simple and flexible usage of the chips' modes of operation.
o ICE FINAL CODE with added v14-v16 support
o Clean port to the new microcontroller
o 100% bootrate on all PS2 versions.
o Added simple and flexible mode switching
o Full low power sleep mode (no danger of overheating)
Since the chip now runs at 3v which does not go to 0V in standby, the chip will experience exactly 1 unsuccesfull boot - the first after the PS2 is turned on from standby. We are already writing a new standby detection algorythm for the H2O+ v2 (next code revision, due soon).
The bug can be avoided by taking the +3v3 from 5v thru 2 1N4148 diodes:
That way the chip will have true 100% bootrate even with this bug :-)