Photo for new version Wii which the pins was cut

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by ahtin, May 25, 2007.

  1. ahtin
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    ahtin GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Here is a photo which the pins was cut by Nintendo before selling.

    the serial number we found is 119xxxx which is a NTSC -JPN Wii

    and no report for NTSC-USA or PAL Wii now

    of course you can mod your own wii with this new version but you must have much more skill or you may damage the chip

    Its a funny solution for Nintendo which Sorry or M$ do not need. [​IMG]

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    Souce: http://www.hacken.cc/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=145658
     
  2. opnr2000

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    here is another picture that i made lighter so you can see the parts of the ic chip.

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  3. Renegade_R

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    Still possible but now the average joe cannot do it anymore.
     
  4. robi

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    That doesn't mean they won't try though [​IMG]

    HELP I BURNED HOLE IN MY WII CHIP AND THE WII DOESN'T COME ON IS IT BRICKED? SHIT I'M GONNA BE GROUNDED.
     
  5. moshii

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    An EE could take the remainder of the pins and route some fine wire back down to the pads on the board...

    It would be possible to make a device that clips on over the QFP(I think, I can't remember how big it was now) and replaces those terminals/Fits the modchip directly over aka solderless. To be honest I don't know why no one has released such a chip yet.
     
  6. alucard77

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    Cause, how will the chip cool if it is being covered?

    Unless it is a chip and a fan at the same time.
     
  7. iamwhoiam

    iamwhoiam Honorary R4 Fanboy

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    that chip doesn't need cooling? LOL
     
  8. moshii

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    Um, if the chip needed cooling it wouldn't be in such an enclosed space in the first place.. ASICs generally don't run hot.