Comparison of modchips on the market

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If you want to buy programmable chips, see the table below.


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HWFLY CORE V1 - not support Erista
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HWFLY CORE V2
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SX CORE and HWFLY CORE V3

SX CORE_HWFLY-V3.jpg



HWFLY CORE Flashable (QFN FPGA)
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HWFLY OLED Flashable (QFN FPGA)
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Firmware:
https://github.com/hwfly-nx/firmware/releases/tag/0.6.2
 

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sorry for the bump, having trouble wrapping my head around the naming scheme. am i correct in assuming only the LITE chip works with the switch lite, not the CORE chip? i found a "lite v4.1" with good reviews and am not sure if that's what i should grab.

edit: thank you for the response, now i just need to find someone to install it lol
 
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sorry for the bump, having trouble wrapping my head around the naming scheme. am i correct in assuming only the LITE chip works with the switch lite, not the CORE chip? i found a "lite v4.1" with good reviews and am not sure if that's what i should grab.
Any chip would work since they all work the same way, all you need to do is soldering those 4 wires properly. For lite i'd recommend getting the flashable oled v4 or the latest lite v4.1 (if you want to use QSB instead of jumper wires). Personally I wouldn't recommend getting anything unflashable.
 
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