Best Mod Chip For G2C-D1A / GC2-D2C wii?

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Jul 15, 2008
  1. jus199
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    Who makes the best UPGRADEABLE mod chip for my wii that has a G2C-D1A and GC2-D2C chips?
    It has to be solder less. I though I was good at soldering until I opened up my wii..its too much for me.
    I also want a solder less clip for when nintendo pushes out updates I will unplug the chip, install the update and reinsert the chip.

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    anyone?



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  2. jus199
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    does anyone have any advice?
     
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    IMHO D2Pro9.
     
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    any reason you would choose that one over the argon 1.8?
     
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    Wasabi, D2Pro
     
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    I second the D2Pro9. I installed one yesterday (in someone else's wii), and it works fine.
     
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    Is the D2pro9 updateable? I saw where nintendo was pushing out updates through the games which almost makes a updateable chip necessary
     
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    Yes, it can be updated VIA DVD (If you get a D2C2 compatible chip), or VIA A USBProgammer where you connect the chip to a special USB Device , and you then upload firmware to it.
     

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