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Received and installed the XBlast Lite V1 modchip. The compatibility with the green crystalfontz LCD is great.

No more crashes or artifacts displayed so it is quite a relief that I do not need to replace the LCD afterwards.

I now have both an open xenium and xblast lite, both are good but xblast lite is far better imo in terms of features.

Thanks @N64 freak for this!

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I'm interested in some xerc chips, and hdmi mods. Please let me know how many hdmi boards you have left and I'll let you know how many pieces I'd like to order. Thanks.

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Shouldn´t you replace all capacitors if making these mods?

I bought a 1 ghz + 128mb , still working fine but the capacitors in the xbox is 20 years old, will soon fail.........

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I'm still waiting for the 3d printed piece from my HDMI kit. Ive been waiting months. Where is it? I've messaged you and your ignoring me. Not very good service at all. I had to buy the extra capacitor which was missing myself. Poor customer service.

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If buying a 1.0 Ghz or 1.4 Ghz board then you should replace all capacitors. The xbox is soon 20 years old. Capacitors will fail soon on these consoles.

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