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WHICH MODCHIP FOR V,8 PS2

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by RXV2300, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. RXV2300

    RXV2300 Regular member

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    Want to know which is the best or most reliable modchip for PS2 now days.
    Thinking of DMS4 pro, lots of goods things are said about this but with shipping it's about $90.00 CAD
    Anyways, let me know what you think of this chip & if there is anything that is as good as DMS4 pro.
     
  2. lucifer69

    lucifer69 Regular member

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    matrix infiniy is also good but your buy it to expensive try modchipman.com they have very good prices
     
  3. msnmods

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    Do you actually have a V8 system? These are very rare and very hard to mod. You need to make sure you have a V8, it's the 090 BIOS, and if you do you need the Crystal Chip.
     
  4. RXV2300

    RXV2300 Regular member

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    My PS2 model is SCPH-39001
    Isn't this V.8?
     
  5. RXV2300

    RXV2300 Regular member

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    To MSNMODS,

    What you are saying is extremely chinese. Go back to your Atari 2600
     
  6. msnmods

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    ? What is that supposed to mean? Are you confused on the versions? You say you have a V8 system, yet there is no US V8 PS2 console. You say it's a model number SPCH-39001, which is a US V7. You'll have to just trust me on this, it's not that hard to understand.
     

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