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have you noticed every new post about dual nand seems to be using a different chip or setup lol
also whats the chips hes soldered wires to it looks like 4 nand chips can anyone explain this please
the soldering looks like shit
Originally Posted by videogamerevie81
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PNM is Dual NORI read Dual NAND brings nothing for 3.6.x keys because thats no exploit.Dual NOR is better because the Dual NOR exploit i donīt know exactly what this mean.Nevertheless Dual Nand is a step to Dual Firmware.
Yeah, it's not that simple. Like i said, that won't work. It is obviously possible to do, but not by just switching out the chip.
Originally Posted by baileyscream
It will work also on slim (or other consoles with NOR-Flash), because it's the same: connecting two flash-chips ans switching the enable-line. On slim you only have to exchange your HDD, because they are different due to the firmware on it.
No?! Because this is NOTHING, only a few wires and one switch. It is like switching betwean two video-inputs with a simple box.
Originally Posted by damanptyltd
All lines of both NAND-chips are connected together to common points on the mainboard, but the enable-line is switched. If it is switched to chip 1, this chip will communicate with the southbridge and chip 2 is sleeping. By moving the switch chip 2 will work and chip 1 sleeps. That's all.
Nand PS3s have all the firmware data stored in the Nand(up to 256mb), but Nor PS3s have some data stored on the Nor(up to 16mb) and the rest on the HDD (The remainder)
if this was made into a product u could buy then would probably be mor expensive than a second hand ps3..
This looks promising. I just want to be able to play the latest games and still have homebrew on the same console. Can't afford separate PS3 just for playing new games.