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Old Oct 04, 2009, 03:07 AM
Greyfeld Greyfeld is offline
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Default Not sure which chip to get for 39001/N

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I've done a lot of research on mod chips, and finally found out that my PS2 is a version 7. That being said, if I'm not mistaken, my options are narrowed down to:

Magic 3.1/V
Messiah 2

That being said, I tried to read the info on all the chips, and I don't really understand the significant differences between them. I'm looking for a chip primarily to play back up discs. Soldered chips are cheaper, so that's probably the route I'll go, but I don't want to give up any essential features for what I'm looking for either.

That all being said, can somebody give me a bit of info about the chips I'm looking for, in lamens terms? I'm not good with all this technical jargon, so keeping it simple would be really appreciated!
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