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From what I can tell I butchered my r7d3 pad on the top of the 1.0 board. The bottom pad I did fine but I'm looking for the alternative now. I was looking at the pictures but just can't tell where to place the jumper now. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I linked a picture where I think I can and a picture of the board .Thanks !! From what I can tell I butchet d my r7d3 pad on the top of the 1.0 board. The bottom pad I did fine but I'm looking for the alternative now. I was looking at the pictures but just can't tell where to place the jumper now. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks !! http://imgur.com/gallery/EDufPoH http://imgur.com/gallery/ZkWBmNA
Time passes by, so does the life of our OG Xbox Clock caps (if they are not removed already) but also technology in cap replacement options. So I wonder what the most Reasonable/ Convenient/ Easieast/ Safest/ Cost efficient/ Clock cap replacement of today could be? I know some people are not bothered without it and some people (lile myself) that would like to have it working Through the years I read that it can be everything inbetween replacing it with a 1F 2.5v original spec AeroGel cap, 10F 2.5v AeroGel for longer working time, a CR2032 battery socket with 1N4148 diod in series to prevent REcharge, which would not be good, 2.4v NiMh rechargable battery. My idea, not yet installed and tested, is to solder an AAA batteries socket with two 1.2v 800mA replaceable batteries to the old Clock Cap points and try to fit it in somewhere. The batteries gives 2.7v fully charged and would (theoretically, if the Xbox can give them enough charging) give more than enough unplugged power time and it would all in all cost around 5$. So now in 2020, what is your clock cap replacement (ideas, pictures, pros/cons, results)?
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