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dms3 plus

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by adriang14, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. adriang14

    adriang14 Guest

    what are the main diff from the dms3 and the dms3 plus i have a version 7 ps2. i would like to buy a dms3 but not sure if i should get the dms3 plus or just plane dms3
     
  2. daPhoenix

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    The plus is just a consolidated version of the v2 and v9 chips. Its an all in one solution, it works on v1-10 now. And they say they fixed a problem with v4 "ground bounce" issue. other than that its the same. I would get a regular v2 DMS3 if I were you. Get it from http://foundmy.com for $35 plus shipping.
     
  3. matty8887

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    What is the ground bounce on the v4. Im thinking about getting one but want to know what this is?
     
  4. adriang14

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    thanks ill get the dms3 not the dms3 plus ovcourse im geting it from foundmy.com. remember u told me to get it there and i said im geting it on friday. also thanks for helping me again dephoenix.
     
  5. adriang14

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    sorry mat i dont know what that is try puting that world in the forum search
     
  6. daPhoenix

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    There was supposed to be an issue with the v4 and the DMS3 v2 chip. Not exactly sure what "ground bouce" is but it is said to cause booting problems in some v4 ps2 systems. I have installed a DMS3 on a v4 system quite a bit and have not ever run into any problems, not have I had any later complaints from customers. Go to the DMS3 forums to get a more in depth explanation from the DMS team themselves.
     
  7. croiseti

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    I think it happens when the ground wire is too long (not sure). There was also a problem when wires crossed each other...(that, I'm sure). I hope they fixed this problem. I saw that www.infomodchip.com will make a complete review of the product in the next few days, I will have a look there and see if this chip is now easier to install!
     

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