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N64 freak

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  1. XBox Internal Hdmi Install

    @Rocky5 I'll send you a PM in a minute
  2. XBox Internal Hdmi Install

    @ironsniper1 Yes, they will be avaylable for sale in a while. For now i just want to have a few out there to be tested be others. When all the feedback is positive i will offer them installed to upgraded motherboards or as a diy kit to install yourself. But for now they aren't avaylable in masses. Just the few i still have as prototypes. If there is interest in testing them preferably from people within europe i still have 3 i can offer right now.
  3. Atx Psu To XBox Adapter

    @photogrobsd No i never made a version for the Rev1.6 only the revisions 1.0-1.1 and 1.2-1.5. I do have a few here for the older revisions and i'm waiting for the next order off pcbs so i have a few more spare. If anyone wants one just drop me a PM guys! Not checking the thread here too often!
  4. XBox Hdmi Cable

    @Mindaugas Petronis Here's a post about the internal version: I'll add them here once i offer the kits for sale. Probably in a couple weeks. But the price will be the same as the external version. This one is not a "cheaper" version. It's even more complex than the external one.
  5. XBox Internal Hdmi Install

    Yes it does work perfectly and took quite some time to develop! For now i only have 3 finally installed boards and will possibly offer them later on. But for now there's no internal kit offered. No i haven't planned a version that can be installed to that position while still beeing able to keep th original video port. As you would have to hard link the component mode and that deactivates the Composite video output so the sense would be gone ayway!
  6. XBox Internal Hdmi Install

    Currently don't have any extras as i only built a few so i only got the assembled consoles for sale right now. Posted it together with some other stuff over here:
  7. Got a couple things for sale here. Just drop me a quick PM if you are interested in anything. Will ship internationally! 1. Xbox motherboard 1ghz CPU and 128mb Ram: 100€ 2. Original Xbox Jewels (30 avaylable): 2€ each or just drop me an offer if you want multiple (They partly have scuffs and scratches and might need to be polished a bit) 3. Xbox rev1.6 with HDMI mod installed. Duo-X2 chip, 80GB HDD, Samsung DVD and boots to XBMC: 100€ (The Xbox with the installed HDMI mod is the one seen on the photos. Well except the internal photos are from the rev1.4 )
  8. XBox Internal Hdmi Install

    @XC-3730C That's my own HDMI mod. I developed it myself and built it specially for this purpose.
  9. XBox Internal Hdmi Install

    I've been asked about hot to internally install my HDMI mod into an Xbox. Well i finally found the time and did such an install properly! As i don't like soldering wires all over the place i went a different route and made it a permanent install replacing the original Video Connector. Cause who would use an old composite cable if you have an hdmi out right? Audio is provided through the HDMI signal of course and it supports 5.1. And with the 3D printed plate to cover the rest off the opening it looks perfect in my eyes. And the best part it does almost not need any modification to the Case! Well except trimming a tiny bit off the DVD caddy so it doesn't touch the PCB. The PCB itself does fit into any revision console and is relatively easy to install. Any thoughts about the install?
  10. XBox Alpha Development Kit Build Log

    @Randyslim76 @InvasionSurvivor I personally haven't tested a CC820 motherboard. But i've bern told they work fine ane the kernel shouldn't care if it has rd-ram or sd-ram as long as it is attached at the same logical adress.
  11. XBox Alpha Development Kit Build Log

    I do sell the soundcards to anyone who wants one. But i only sell them completely assembled and tested! I won't sell bare pcbs or DIY solder sets and i also won't release the design files for them. The only thing that's missing for a 100% replica is the metal mounting bracket. But you can easily mod one to fit from an old PCI card. Or get one produced for this special purpose. The price for each soundcard is 40€ +shipping if anyone is interested in purchasing one.
  12. Atx Psu To XBox Adapter

    @Paul Tankard Yes i do still have a few that i can sell. I'll send you a quick PM in a minute!
  13. Atx Psu To XBox Adapter

    Hi @Boris Vysotsky, if you want a couple off those adapters or the bare boards just drop me a PM. The Shematic for them is in the first post so you can easily create your own Layout.
  14. XBox Alpha Development Kit Build Log

    No, i don't have those documents or any further documentation to the Intel VC820 motherboard.
  15. Atx Psu To XBox Adapter

    @daniel Yes it gets the job done. BUT have you ever heard of something called bad engineering? Diodes aren't the way to reduce the voltage. Yes the do drop the voltage about the same amount you would need but they don't allways have a guaranteed voltage drop and can differ form one to another diode. If you already build this up why not do it the correct way? @All if you build up such an adapter please don't go the cheapo route and use diodes. This simply is not a good way to do it even if it works. @Michael McBride Yes this adapter can be used in combination with a PicoPSU or any other ATX PSU. But one thing about the Pico PSUs. and other psus. Check how many amps the PSU can supply. The PicoPsus are a bit weak on the 5v rail for the xbox! Other than that plug in the adpter and an ATX psu and it works just like the retail psu.

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