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DMS4 SE Pro modchip pin layout

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by L-Burna, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. L-Burna

    L-Burna Active member

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    Hi was wondering if someone could help me identify the pin layout for the modchip.I can identify the left side of the modchip,but am having problems identifying the bottom of the chip.The layout so far I think is,not really sure I could be wrong:

    []A
    []F
    []G
    []H
    []I
    []J
    []K
    []M
    []N
    []D
    []E
    []B
    []P []Q []R []S []T []U []V []W []X []C []O

    I was wondering could someone tell me if the pin layout I have so far for this modchip is correct.If not could you please tell me what is wrong on the pin layout.Thanks in advance and I couldn't find a pin layout for the chip.The only thing I could find was the solder points for ps2 motherboards.
     
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    That looks correct. The sideways "W" is hard to read!
     
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    Thanks steimy and raiderj for your help I would have replied sooner,but I had to attend a business class.Thanks steimy for the links you provided bro they have some good information that will definately help out.I agree with you raiderj with the W on the chip.I just took a wild guess on the C also,cause it is barely visible on the chip I have.
     
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    I have various install pics here. Should be helpful to get you going with your own install. I know I looked at a ton of other people's install pictures when I started doing my own mods.
     
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    i want ask about the modchip DMS4 TQ100,on its connections to the main board of the PS2,MODEL 70006.GH-035-34
     
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  10. L-Burna

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    I just wanted to say thanks again for all the support and advice given.I don't think I would have gotten this much support from the dms forums,as they are dead in my opinion.I was wondering what type of gauge wire would you all recommended for the ground connection also.I can tell alot of the mod installs I have looked at so far use a different type of gauge wire for the ground connection.I'm using 30 gauge wire at the moment.
     
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    I use 24/26 gauge typically, or even a couple 30 GA wires. Make them as short as possible. For 3.3V, I've never had a problem with using a single short 30GA wire. Heck, I've even used desoldering braid!
     
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    AWG 30 for ground and power points
    AWG 22 for other points
    15 Watt Soldering Iron
     
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    I think you have your gauges backwards! 22 gauge for all other points would be crazy!
     
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    Thanks once again for giving me your recommendations.I might try out the 30 awg wire,since this is all I have at the moment.The 24/26 gauge wire you mentioned does sound alot better for the ground.I'm gonna order some thicker gauge wire just to be on the safe side.
     
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    I just took that from a Teammodders install guide.
     

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