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Is it true?

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by jacky4585, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. jacky4585

    jacky4585 Member

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    I have heard a chip called Matrix Infinity SE v1.38.
    Is it a real one or just a bad chip?
     
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    i just installed a clone 2day, it was a modbo v1.1 and it has the 1.38 firmware.
    but why should it be fake?
     
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    I mean have you guys heard a chip call Matrix Infinity SE?
    because last time when I posted a question like this, some of you said this is just a clone chip

    and one of you said pros use a real thing but not this clone thing.
     
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    the infinity SE is a clone boy, if you gonna use it don't update or enter the menu. thats all and the chip will work as the the real infinity
     
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    Liez4Love Regular member

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    What does the chip do?
     
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    it does exact the same thing as the original infinity, but the only thing you shouldn't is updating or changing the config. if you don't the chip works great. everything direct boots, you should check the infinity homepage
     
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    Clone Schmone, Clones are Clones, They use the same Hex, Thus they shouldnt be any diffrent, unless they use a diffrent chip its practically 100% the same. Your Ps2 wont know the diffrence ;)
     
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    The architecture of the chips hardware is different, it may use the same initial hex file (code) for whatever version the clone is designed for when you try to flash the chip good luck ;) you’re probably going to be looking at a paperweight that used to be your ps2.
     

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