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Discussion in 'General' started by TheMac, Dec 17, 2001.

  1. TheMac

    TheMac New Member

    I know this has probabley been asked before, but where would you folks reccomend I go to buy a modchip for a playstation. It's an older model but fairly common...

    Any suggestions for good websites would be much appriciated... I am of course most interested in price, delivery time, and instructional content...

    Any help is much appriciated!

    Thanks!
     
  2. TheMac

    TheMac New Member

    I'll also quickly note that I'm swaying toward www.gamegizmo.com

    SO... if anyone has any exp with them i'd like to hear if they're any good..
     
  3. Pearl Jammzz

    Pearl Jammzz Member

    go to Playstationmods.com. Thats where I got mine. If you have an older PSX you game get a Game Enhancer that lets you play backups and foreign discs without installing a mod-chip. It plugs into the i/o port in the back and even has the same features as a Gameshark. Cost is about $25 including shipping. They send instructions and pics on how to install it and such. I would recomend you put a mod-chip in if you can at all. With the Game Enhancer you need to do the swap thingy and the movies play kinda trashy (so does the music on DDR!). But, if you are a pus and can't handle messin with your PSX then get it. Cost the same as a modchip. Their chips use the stealth crap that lets you play some of the newer games released. Hope you enjoy your Mod-chip. I know I do :)
     
  4. FLEABttn

    FLEABttn New Member

    You're not going to get it from playstation mods for a while:

    (Edited by FLEABttn at 5:58 pm on Dec. 17, 2001)
     
  5. Curtis

    Curtis Member

    I thought the NEO4 was for PS2.
     
  6. IceDigger

    IceDigger Founder Staff Member

    it is.

    as for the psx mod.. just get the cheapest one.

    everyone sells the standard 4 wire mods nowadays, the only ones to avoid are the ones on a small pcb with a black "blob " on them.. they are crap. the ones that are actual chips with pins and all are fine, tho.
     
  7. TheMac

    TheMac New Member

  8. IceDigger

    IceDigger Founder Staff Member

    there's only a handful of games that actually have modchip detection, and for those there are patches or gameshark codes out there that will disable the protection.

    if there's games that you KNOW will have protection and want badly, then go for a stealth chip.. it's just more wires.
     

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