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Which PS2 is better for me v9/v10 or v13 ?

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by nimo2130, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. nimo2130

    nimo2130 Member

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    I have a PC gaming center, my customers always asks me to bring Playstations to the center, and since PS3 is still officially illegal to be used in the entertainment business field in my country (^$#!$@#) so I decided to buy PS2 with a modchip since it's legal to play games from the hard disk (yes .. sounds hilarious)

    Anyway the best available PS2/PsTwo are:


    1. The old big one
    System: PAL
    Version: 9
    ModChip: DMS4 S.E. Pro with Toxic OS
    Internal HDD: Maxtor 120GB


    2. The old big one
    System: PAL
    Version: 10
    ModChip: DMS4 S.E. Pro with Toxic OS
    Internal HDD: Maxtor 120GB


    3. The new slim line
    System: PAL
    Version: 12
    ModChip: DMS4 S.E. Pro with Toxic OS
    +Fix: HD ComBo fix
    Internal HDD: Maxtor 120GB


    4. The new slim line
    System: PAL
    Version: 13
    ModChip: DMS4 S.E. Pro with Toxic OS
    +Fix: HD ComBo fix
    Internal HDD: Maxtor 120GB




    I need to know what is the best for me considering that the consoles will be working 18 hours everyday, so what is:


    1. the one that last longer
    2. the one that have less overheating times
    3. the best one that can play and support most of the games on the hard disk with no problems
    4. what are the negatives and the positives of each choice


    Thanks in advance
     
  2. cee43ja1

    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    any of the fat ps2 will do. they are the best to use, and more reliable than the slimlines. my v7 is using the memory card exploit to boot hdloader, is on the original laser, and still has the warranty sticker intact. and i am the original owner.

    just keep a regular cleaning time with the system, and they'll last for a long time.
     

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