For Sale: Modding parts, chips, etc

Discussion in 'The ASSEMblergames Marketplace' started by Bad_Ad84, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. Bad_Ad84

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    If you cant PM me (no account, other voodoo) you can contact me via this link.

    Shipping is extra, PM with your order and I will give you the total.

    Bios & Region Modding
    Dreamcast Bios chip 3.3v for VA1/2
    Price - £2.20
    Install - Here


    Dreamcast Bios chip 5v for VA0
    Price - £4.10
    Install - Here

    Dreamcast Open Source ODE Riser PCB
    Price - £9 (Includes shipping if ordered on its own)


    Saturn Bios chip (SMD)
    Price - £3
    Install - Here


    Saturn Bios chip (DIP) for VA0
    Price - £3.80
    Install - Direct Swap

    Mega CD/Sega CD 1 Bios chip
    Price - £3.50
    Install - Direct Swap

    Mega CD/Sega CD 2 Bios chip
    Price - £3.50
    Install - Direct Swap

    50/60hz ONLY Switchless kit (Modded Seb Code)
    Price - £4
    Install - same as below, but ignore region connections.

    50/60hz + region switchless kit (Seb Code)
    Price £4
    Install - Here, Here or Here


    50/60hz + region Mega Drive switchless kit (d4s Code)
    Price - £4
    Install - Here

    Snes SuperCIC kit
    Price - £4
    Install - Here

    Snes IGR PIC
    Price - £3.80
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/28488139/Store/IGR.JPG
    http://www.mmmonkey.co.uk/snes-igr-in-game-reset-with-supercic/ or https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/28488139/Store/igr-diagram.gif


    Snes 1chip 50/60hz addon kit
    £3
    Install Info - Here


    Ultimate SuperCIC/uIGR Kit (Works on 1chip and 2chip)
    £15
    1x SuperCIC chip, 1x uIGR Chip, 1x 50/60hz addon chips + Custom made PCB

    Modchips

    Saturn - Phantom Universal Modchip
    £15
    Install - Here

    PS1 - Mayumi v4
    £2.50
    Install - Here

    PSOne - ONEchip
    £2.50
    Install - Here

    PS1 - Others (send PM)
    £2.50

    PS2 - Modbo 4 (1.93, not hacked up 1.99)
    No longer available, out of production.
    Install - Here

    PS2 - Diode Laser Fix (v12 consoles)
    Price - £0.20

    PS2 - Legit Matrix MX4 (NOS)
    Price - £15
    Install - Here

    PS2 - Legit Ghost 2 v2 (NOS)
    Price - £15
    Install - Here


    PS2 - Legit Crystal Chip 1.0 (NOS)
    Price - £15
    Install - Here


    PS2 - Legit O2Mod (NOS)
    Price - £15
    Install - Here

    GC - XenoGC
    £6
    Install - Here


    Xbox - Aladdin XT/Live
    £6
    Install - Here

    Xbox - Xblast upgraded Aladdin XT
    Upgraded with latest CPLD code, 1MB flash chip and xblast OS installed
    £14


    Arcade

    Naomi Null/Zero PIC
    £5

    Programmed Chips (Email me the file)

    27C128
    £1.50

    27C256
    £1.50

    27C512
    £1.50

    Modding/Spare Parts

    Dreamcast Battery Holder (Vertical)
    £1 each
    Direct Swap

    4.194304Mhz Crystal (for GB/SGB)
    £1 each

    SNES Mini Fuse
    £1.20

    SNES Phat Fuse
    £1.20

    5v Regulator (LM7805 TO220)
    £1.50


    Capacitor Kits

    Amiga 1200 Cap kit
    £6 per set
    Direct Swap


    I will be adding more and more over the coming days/weeks, as I get time to update.
     

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  2. APE

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    Nice prices as always.
     
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    read/reply to my email!
     
  4. keropi

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    combined with top service too!
     
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    I appreciate the kind words :)

    This is just a trial run. If I get enough orders, I will probably setup a web store and give people the link to buy from instead - keeps order management simpler.
     
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    @Bad_Ad84:
    Does the Snes SuperCIC kit includes a dual-color led?
     
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    Yes, it does
     
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    Awesome Bad_Ad84 :D
    I have a consolepation switchless SNES I got from AmiBay some years ago that does all SuperCIC stuff except the "auto mode". I also re-routed the reset cables to a dedicated mini momentary switch because it was messing with my powerpak ... (there were wires attached to the reset button IIRC)
    If I upgrade to the SuperCIC (since I'm also getting a sd2snes and I see that at some point these two will interface somehow) would it be possible to use the dedicated switch? or it won't be needed anymore and the reset will work fine?
     
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    Shouldnt be any wires going to reset.

    Sounds like it was wired in weird.

    Also, the supercic was updated to allow compatibility with the powerpak (double press reset if I remember correctly)
     
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    Yes I think it was just a generic (megadrive?) preliminary mod... will place an order after I return from a damned business trip :)
     
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    Oh, I get what you are saying now.

    Sounds like you had the 50/60hz switchless mod from the mega drive and then the CIC was disabled.

    SuperCIC is a better option imo - but there is some fine soldering.
     
  12. mastamuzz

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    can I have a GC - XenoGC?
     
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    Yes, I can add it with your mega cd/cdx chips
     
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    If you can actually put up a site or a sell point as this post with all your stuff it would be awesome, I will definitively get more stuff next paycheck!
     
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    You get any Dreamcast 4 wire mod chips please let me know kind sir.
     
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    I've been tempted to put together a website as well but I lack the skills for CSS and my sense of design is absolutely horrendous.
     
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    Do it
     
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    Are the XenoGCs version 1.0 or 2.0?
     
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    To be on the safe side - I would assume they are 1.0's

    I do not have any in a GC to test at the moment
     
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    OK, I'll find out. Sent you a PM.
     

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