Which Chip? GC2-D2C with uncut pins

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Sep 24, 2008
  1. PieOPah
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    I have checked which console I have online using my serial number. The results indicate that it is likely to be GC2-D2C with uncut pins.

    With this in mind, what would be the best chip for me to get?

    I want it to be 100% solderless.
    I basically want to open the case clip on the chip and close the case with nothing else needed (like cutting stuff or soldering etc).

    Many thanks,
     
  2. atomikramp

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    D2Pro-9 + wiiclip V4C should do the work, but it's not 100% sure that it's completely solderless, it's supposed to be, and should work on most wiis, but in rare cases you may need to solder 1 wire.
     
  3. PieOPah
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    Isn't the D2Pro a clone? I read somewhere that it is anyway...
     
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    mhhh dunno if it's a clone... i only checked out for a chip compatible with d2c, i don't even have one installed...
    maybe some1 will tell you more about it.. and well, if someone has some chip to suggest for d2c.. since i also have to install one soon.

    i would like something with the following features

    - compatible with d2c
    - upgradable via DVD so that if a new firmware is released i don't have to open up my wii to connect the modchip to the jtag interface)
    - possibly solderless (working with wiiclip)
     
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    D2CPro is a clone
    D2Pro is not the clone
     
  6. PieOPah
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    Ah, thanks [​IMG]

    Names so similar, easy to get confused...
     

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