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RGHing a console and want to be 100% sure these are correct soldering points, preferably the easiest ones too.
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Trinity 4gb slim (just the modular chip that attaches to mobo for 4gb)
Ace v3 chip
JR programmer

Any tips for soldering to get quickest, best boot times?

This image the correct places to solder?


Much appreciated,

Thank you
 
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RGHing a console and want to be 100% sure these are correct soldering points, preferably the easiest ones too.
Details:
Trinity 4gb slim (just the modular chip that attaches to mobo for 4gb)
Ace v3 chip
JR programmer

Any tips for soldering to get quickest, best boot times?

This image the correct places to solder?

Much appreciated,

Thank you
Those are the correct points in the picture.
Make sure to program the chip with the timing file - 300MHz TR_L_0.6_T_60.6.

Assuming your soldering is all good, then it'll pretty much always be instaboot - 10 second boot times.
Be sure to use flux while soldering.
 
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Those are the correct points in the picture.
Make sure to program the chip with the timing file - 300MHz TR_L_0.6_T_60.6.

Assuming your soldering is all good, then it'll pretty much always be instaboot - 10 second boot times.
Be sure to use flux while soldering.
I’ll keep that timing file in mind and try it, thank you good sir. Would I need to coil a round the x clamp or anything like that at it was a pain last time.

For the flux, I used to use regular any old pcb flux but I don’t know if it did it any good. So I bought some amtech rma 223 or something.
 
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I’ll keep that timing file in mind and try it, thank you good sir. Would I need to coil a round the x clamp or anything like that at it was a pain last time.

For the flux, I used to use regular any old pcb flux but I don’t know if it did it any good. So I bought some amtech rma 223 or something.
Nah you don't have to wrap it around anything.
The wires that come with the Ace v3 are pretty much all as long as they need to be.
You could even go shorter with all them if you wanted a cleaner looking install.
 
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Nah you don't have to wrap it around anything.
The wires that come with the Ace v3 are pretty much all as long as they need to be.
You could even go shorter with all them if you wanted a cleaner looking install.
Awesome, thanks for the help.
 
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