If it's already soldered you should be able to just solder the programming cable and program as normal, it shouldn't make a difference.aight, do i need to get power my console if i flash chip because i already soldered that to console. i need to order programming cable then lul idk why my nand didnt have one...
Your D is still too long, I get trinity boot in 4 seconds almost everytime with ace vI used the Cr4 speed up files from 15432's timing files for the Ace v3. I started with 300mhz and would get around 2-3 minute boot times. Switched to 200mhz, using "timing_60.7" and the "TR_L_0.9_T_60.7.xsvf" timing file and I get 2-15 second boot times. Add me on skype: moahfy for any further help. Good luck and don't give up if she won't boot. Trinity's are easy to work with. Hope this helps.
Timing files: [Click here to view this link]
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These are the points I used (google image not mine). Shorten the "D" or cpu_rst wire and you should get nice boot times.