Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by TheV, Feb 24, 2007.
Here is a link on how to make your own modchip
cool but i'd be a little worried about screwing up.
i find a hole in this
why do you have to use such a big chip i mean the wiinja is tiny compared to this monster
What does size have to do with things?
i actually think the bigger it is, the easier it is to install.
sure but not easy to place in the console worse they placed it next to a heat source which can kill chips
not very smart
someone needs to write a better tutorial for this and even better use a smaller chip
well you seem to think you know better so why don't you write a better tutorial?
In this case i agree with kafluke,
It's easy to find a fault but to do better is harder.
I think the ProASIC series chips are really good to work with.If you plan on working on a modchip for a console I would suggest looking into them.It costs a lot to get a programmer for them though,but the design and reliability for ProASIC chips are the best you will probably find.You can find some very good parts on this site http://www.mouser.com/ also.
what got me scared was the fact the site doesn't tell you weather the firmware currenttly boots games and runs in stealth mode if you notice the dvd firmware for the chip is in beta form
has anyone tried this yet?
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