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    Default What version are these ps2s AND

    is there a site which lists all model numbers and the corrresponding version numbers? If so please post it.

    1st ps2: Model #: SCPH-30001 R/97000

    Serial #: U3940334

    Number of screws on bottom: 8

    2nd ps2: SCPH-30001 R/97001

    Serial #: U1382162

    Number of screws on bottom: 8

    I heavily suspect that they are both version 4. Can anyone confirm this and again direct me to a site which will further confirm it?

    Cheerz.
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    30001 - 8 screws underneath and electrical warning sticker - V4
    30001 - ??? Date Code 1c - v4

    35001 - 8 screws underneath and electrical warning sticker - V4
    30001R - 8 screws underneath and electrical warning sticker. With NO silver screw in top of hard drive bay - V4r.

    30001R - 8 screws underneath and electrical warning sticker. With silver screw in top of hard drive bay - V5.

    35001R - 8 screws underneath and electrical warning sticker. With NO silver screw in top of hard drive bay - V4r.

    35001R - 8 screws underneath and electrical warning sticker. With silver screw in top of hard drive bay - V5.

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    thank you

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    what version is a SPCH 39001, 2c date code? thanks and which Magic 2 chip would work with it?

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    I think the SCPH-39001 is a v7 m8.

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    Quick US/C PS2 Version Reference Chart

    Acknowledgements to Crazycowpie and stonegreg50

    [AUS/EU/UK] PS2 PAL
    30002/3/4 v1-3 = 10 Screws on base of PS2
    30002/3/4 v4 = 8 Screws on base of PS2
    30002R/3R/4R v4 = 8 Screws on base of PS2 & 2 screws in upper rim of expansion bay
    30002R/3R/4R v5/v6 = 8 Screws on base of PS2 & 3 screws in upper rim of expansion bay
    39002/3/4 v7 = 8 Screws on base of PS2 & 3 screws in upper rim of expansion bay

    THIS INFORMATION IS NOT GUARANTEED & IS STILL BEING COMPILED. In particular we need to know the motherboard GH number for V4R Datecode 1C and all those listed below as having ******* problems.



    GH-003 15000
    GH-003 18000 (piggy back BIOS 020)
    GH-004 v1 (BIOS 020)
    GH-005 v1
    GH-006 v2
    GH-006 v3 (Top BIOS non Gap)
    GH-007 v3 (Gap BIOS 020)
    GH-008 18000 (Top BIOS 010)
    GH-010 v4/1B (No Gap BIOS 030)

    GH-013 v4/1C (BIOS 040 No Gap) [30001R] [G16aByT3]
    GH-014 v4 (BIOS 030 - some; which had BIOS 040?)
    GH-015 v5 (BIOS 040)
    GH-017 v7 (39002 BIOS 050)
    GH-018 v7 (39003 BIOS 050)
    GH-019 v7 (39001 BIOS 050)

    [USA] PS2 NTSC
    30001 v1-3 = 10 Screws on base of PS2
    30001 v4 = 8 Screws on base of PS2
    35001 v4 = 8 Screws on base of PS2 Serial # U5*** & U6***, Datecode 1B, 1C
    30001R v4 = 8 Screws on base of PS2
    30001R v5.x = 8 Screws on base of PS2 with three screws in top rim of expansion bay
    39001 v7 = 8 screws on base of PS2

    US Serial # & Barcode #
    u1* w/ 10 screws = v1 (PT11*******) (Datecode 0C)
    u1* w/ 10 screws = v1 (PT11*******) (Datecode 0D) [type-z]
    u0* w/ 10 screws = v2 (PT10*******) (Datecode 0D)
    u2* w/ 10 screws = v3 (PT12*******)

    u1* w/ 8 screws = v4 (PT11*******) (datecode 1C have ******* problems)
    u2* w/ 8 screws = v4 (PT12*******) (datecode 1C have ******* problems)
    u3* w/ 8 screws = v4 (PT13*******) (datecode 1D)
    u4* w/ 8 screws = v4 (PT14*******) (datecode 1B)
    u5* w/ 8 screws = v4 (PT15*******) (Some 030 BIOS, U55 040 BIOS) Incl. Datecode 1C
    u6* w/ 8 screws = v4 (PT16*******)

    u0* w/ 8 screws = v4R (PT20*******) (datecode 1C) Some reports also of v5/u0/1C**
    u1* w/ 8 screws = v4R (PT21*******) (U13/14 datecode 1C) Some reports also of v5/u1/1C**

    u2* w/ 8 screws = v5 (PT22*******) (datecode 1D & 2A)
    u3* w/ 8 screws = v5 (PT23*******) (datecode 1D) Some reports also of v4R/u3/1D**
    u4* w/ 8 screws = v6 (PT24*******) (datecode 2A)
    u0* w/ 8 screws = v6 (PT30*******) (datecode 2B)

    u4* w/ 8 screws = v7 (PT5x*******) (datecode 2B GH-017)
    u5* w/ 8 screws = v7 (PT5x*******) (datecode 2B)

    Date Code is on the US version serial sticker.

    ** A v5/v6 PS2 can be identified by looking inside the top rim of the Expansion Bay. If there are three screws, two flush (brass) and one recessed in a flange (silver) then it's a v5 or v6,

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