Brand new Wii's and their chips

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by poinky, Jul 7, 2007.

Jul 7, 2007
  1. poinky
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    Newcomer poinky Newbie

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    I just recently picked up a Wii, and I can't figure out what kind of chip it has based on it's serial.

    It is a LU 313 series.

    Does anyone know what kind of chip it has and whether or not it has cut legs?
     
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    Newcomer poinky Newbie

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    Ok, I did some research, and it looks like up to LU 314 is alright, but at LU 315 it looks like people are getting cut legs.

    Does anyone know for sure? I don't have a triwing screwdriver, so I can't confirm it yet.
     
  3. FAST6191

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    Cut legs is nasty but not critical, what you want to watch out for it drive chip version: d2c chips appeared a short while ago and as of yet I believe nothing supports it.

    As for serial it is not foolproof (opening a looking is the only way) but here are some threads dotted around this section and the wii devices and utilities forum.
     
  4. aligborat69

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    Yeah my friend bought a wii and it arrive last week, we thought it might have D2C, he bought it from choicsesuk when they had it priced wrong, £150 or so with Resident Evil 4, but they honoured the price, his serial was LEH114... and from the forums i have seen, it was unclear if it had cut legs or D2C, so i said, lets just open it. Turns out was only D2B and not cut legs, so wiikey went in fine and hes very happy! Best deal ever!
     
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