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Old Dec 13, 2003, 04:22 PM
FearMyPenguin FearMyPenguin is offline
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Question DUO chip...

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Has anyone had any trouble with this chip on a V5 or any other model? Does anyone know if this chip will become outdated fast or if it would last me awhile? Lastly, will it perform well on a system that is almost 3 years old and will it hinder in any way how my PS2 will work? Thanks for your time.
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Old Dec 13, 2003, 08:13 PM
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Duo is a rock solid, stable and awesome chip. Cheap too. V5s are good systems, they have the same laser as V7 and some V9s do today. If your original DVD games load just as fast as original blue bottoms, chances are your laser is in good shape.
 

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