Xodus Home Page has been updated

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  1. pogi's Avatar

    pogi said:

    Xodus Home Page has been updated

    Check it out the the page is updated with Info..




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  2. Scottio200's Avatar

    Scottio200 said:

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    Hmmm

    Wonder how it fits to the X-Box

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  3. Freaky's Avatar

    Freaky said:

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    yeah got me interested, how the hell will it go on the box
     
  4. BRiC's Avatar

    BRiC said:

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    I believe it goes on the same location as the x-ecuter (points are almost similar, except for the row with 3 points). Underneath the PCB are probably pins of some sort that contact with the corresponding points on the xbox board when the PCB is screwed in place! Simple but ingenious.

    What I'm interested in knowing is how easy it would be to flash the thing (since it will be shipped blank). Do you flash it with the programmer before attaching it to the xbox?

    BRiC
     
  5. sonar's Avatar

    sonar said:

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    that's what I was thinking, but how reliable of a connection would that make?
     
  6. xb0xfreak's Avatar

    xb0xfreak said:

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    the connection should be good unless you shake the hell out of your box.
     
  7. Freaky's Avatar

    Freaky said:

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    first pics of the xodus have been put up on thier site and on xbox scene, the green flashing light is good to tell you if its right or not, there is 2 short video clips aswell showing installation
    Last edited by Freaky; 23rd September 2002 at 01:08 AM.
     
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    xb0xfreak said:

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    yeah, i just watched the installation video. the pic that freaky posted is the top of the chip...looks good since you wouldn't have to keep taking the chip out the reflash. this chip has promise.
     
  9. ZX7R's Avatar

    ZX7R said:

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    Installation of that chip in the videos does look impressive. I think I would be more careful though!
     
  10. maltloaf's Avatar

    maltloaf said:

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    nice and easy but i'm gonna stick my neck out and say that there's NO WAY that's gonna be reliable in the long term. Its relying on the stiffness of the board and the points pressed down not becoming tarnished etc....

    hmm....

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    Originally posted by maltloaf
    nice and easy but i'm gonna stick my neck out and say that there's NO WAY that's gonna be reliable in the long term. Its relying on the stiffness of the board and the points pressed down not becoming tarnished etc....

    hmm....

    maltloaf
    LOL i KNEW it would be a clip

    what did I tell ya ?



    Maltloaf is correct no WAY is this reliable in the long term
     
  12. dinopio's Avatar

    dinopio said:

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    ohhh raptor you getting all scared?

    no more x-ecuter sales? no wonder you are bad mouthing this great chip

    the screw hold it down ... i checked out my box it a hell of a strong screw so i wouldnt worry
     
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    Originally posted by dinopio
    ohhh raptor you getting all scared?

    no more x-ecuter sales? no wonder you are bad mouthing this great chip

    the screw hold it down ... i checked out my box it a hell of a strong screw so i wouldnt worry
    what are you on about, it just aint reliable to use pins (that tarnish) to touch solder pads (that are designed to be soldered to) with a board that will give a little over time and you are relying on 1 screw.... jeez i'm glad you dont design my computers...

    the only thing other than a solder mod that would be reliable would be if you put in a proper pin header and plugged it in on pins, even then it wouldnt be the same over a matter of years.
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    well we know who we are gonna beleive dont we (hmmmm shal we beleive this guy with a first post)

    dinopio, these guys know what thier talkin about, can i ask you a question do you even know what he means and do you mod consoles yourself
     
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    I reckon the running vibration of the Box, ie both cooling fans plus the varying heat levels will pop the xodus bubble(as malty said, tarnish etc.) in less than years.......... and no one has a console for years these days anyway, sad really. The PSX had the best innings by far and I doubt if it will be repeated in my life time etc etc, waffle drone ad nauseum..................
     
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    Ill be honest.. it looks pretty but its still pants.

    how many mod variants there gonna be? dont 1 do the job

    wait till u tek that mod'd box round ya m8's lil bito vibration moves mod n u get some gr8 shorts

    /me thinks more blown Xbox's fer repair... gr8 stuff..

    Please.. all u gimps out there... can u fit them asap.. i need spares

    Dunno ;P
     
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    Please.. all u gimps out there... can u fit them asap.. i need spares

    LOL:signs: :signs: :signs:
     
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    I dont know, I am still up for testing one of these babys out - with a couple of blobs from the trusty glue gun - it might be more stable than you think - what the hell it will it will allow alot of folk who want to get a modded box get it done DIY style as well. Or it could be a complete death trap, Respect to them for trying a new idea out either way, That green light on the board if a F**king good idea - like to see that on more mod chips.

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  19. BlackBeard's Avatar

    BlackBeard said:

    Default Humm...BUT

    Once you have one of these new 'clip on' chippys you can run unsigned code.

    Then you can run Evo X

    Then you can flash the on board Bios

    Then you can take the thing out if you want!



    Which may answer some of the reliability worries

    And provide others with an instant 'no skill & no outlay' bussiness 'chipping Xboxes:shock:
     
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    maltloaf said:

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    flashing requires the soldering of 2 jumpers.

    And provide others with an instant 'no skill & no outlay' bussiness 'chipping Xboxes
    and unhappy customers that return compaining that the things unreliable...
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