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  1. Wanting to buy a 128mb Xbox motherboard, I would prefer it to be a 1.2 or any revision that doesn't have the single row PSU connector Also I'm only really looking for people in Australia to save on postage cost @SS_Dave would you be interested in selling me a 128mb board since your in Australia?
  2. I made this video to clear up some questions I had received on my last video and on the post on here
  3. You should be good to go if it isnt causing boot hang and looping audio, to make sure it works fine run a video in 1080i and if the xbox doesnt crash your good to go
  4. I dont think that some homebrew actually requires to overclock or run a Trusty system, it gives better performance in homebrew as the CPU and GPU are running faster than a stock system such as Quake III Arena, it went from 20fps with 6 bots in skirmish but once I overclocked both GPU and CPU it manages to actually hit almost close to 60fps with a few stutters to 20fps when there is alot of action going on. Onto "Safe", its safe if you overclock within the realm of possibility, theres no way you can achieve 300mhz on the GPU without a modded cooling system such as a set of Iceberq Pro 4's or a 1.0 cooler on the GPU, as I have seen someone with a 1.0 system achieve 315mhz on GPU clock, the CPU clock speed limit is 850mhz from my experience as I have tried increasing FSB speeds but im still hard locked at 850mhz, could be due to a CPU limit or a FSB limit but who knows
  5. I made my first OG Xbox related video on my youtube channel and a good tutorial on how to overclock the xbox, take a look at the video.
  6. Some Xbox games are broken such as GTA:SA, GTA:VC and GTA III as the engine in the games ties the physics to the frame rates, I have seen a big performance boost in the dash at 1080i as it no longer stutters, Quake III Arena is now managing 60fps at 800x600 with a few drops down to 50-40fps when theres alot of actions on, dont know about Emulators because I dont have any games for emulators atm but will check back later.
  7. Managed to pull 845mhz on my stock xbox, and 280mhz on the GPU, btw im running a 1.6b.
  8. Sorry for being SOL guys, work commitments etc. I have good news and bad news, good news first. I decided not to purchase a flash programmer but instead I just ended up buying a new modchip as it would of cost more to buy the programmer and reprogram the chip then to just buy a whole new one in general, so I decided to buy a newer modchip. Bad news is I am SOL for another week or so, as I own four Original Xboxes, only the 1.6b works as the others are faulty and cannot be fixed as they have multiple issues and I don't have the time to fix them so I just use them for spares, however I am thinking of buying another Original Xbox (pre 1.6, hopefully 1.0-1.3) sometime this week to either keep as a backup or set it up to be a main as i'm contemplating on doing the 128mb RAM Upgrade. I'll post back here once the modchip arrives.
  9. @KaosEngineer its a socket chip, even when I remove it still FRAG's, I think the LFRAME might be cut but I dont know as I bought this xbox second hand. @Kekule im in Australia so dont worry. @Ging3rguy LFRAME is probably cut as it wont load the Xyclops BIOS, so im SOL on that.
  10. Hey guys, im new here so this is my first post and regretfully its a bad post. Being the dumb idiot I am, I accidentally flashed a 1.0-1.5 BIOS onto my 1.6b Xbox, the modchip is an aladdin from about 10 years or so, now my Xbox wont even output any video and its FRAGGING, its also not letting me open the disk tray, is my Xbox completely broke or am I able to put a new modchip in?

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