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Anyone know if any sites are still selling x2.3 chips?

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by shdwsfall, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. shdwsfall

    shdwsfall Regular member

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    I dont really have a need for anything newer than the Xecuter 2.3 chips. I figure if they are still being sold they would be fairly cheaper, so I was just wondering.

    Thx in advance :)
     
  2. mdsup

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    you can get the xecuter 2.6 chips for around 35bucks
     
  3. shdwsfall

    shdwsfall Regular member

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    Yes I know this....But I want to see if there are any 2.3 chips out there for less...like $20?
     
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    I wouldnt bother, for the sake of $15 you get much more bang for your buck with a 2.6
    modchipman.com is also a good source
     
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  6. shdwsfall

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    system-modz.com is a overpriced rip off of system-mods.com

    And That is my whole point...I dont need "bang for my bcuk" the 2.3 works perfectly fine for everything. Plus If I could find one for $15 it would save me half the price of the 2.6. So why buy one 2.6 when I could buy tow 2.3 when they will work equally as well?
     
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    The X2.3b chips' production was stopped in Aug. 2004. There aren't any new ones left. If you want a quality chip with on/off function, and still in production, why don't you just buy an Aladdin XT???
     

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