Xbox Version: 1.1 & 360E 500 Modded: X-DU Alpha ModChip
Joined: Oct 01, 2014 Posts: 102 Location: CA, USA
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:28 pm Post subject:
U7D1 for 1.6, U7C2 for the rest. Good stuff! It realy sucks they categorized every IC component with a U, should have broken it down just a little more. _________________ 320GB ST3320620A 7200RPM 16MB Cache
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kaos_engr Xbox-HQ Enthusiast
Joined: Jun 04, 2012 Posts: 37
Posted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 6:11 am Post subject:
U7D1 for 1.6, U7C2 for the rest. Good stuff! It realy sucks they categorized every IC component with a U, should have broken it down just a little more.
The naming follows electronics standards. For the designer, there's no problem as they know the part number of each chip in the schematic and each part is given a short label for the PCB silkscreen to locate the chip.
As a hacker, without the schematic, makes things a bit harder to determine the chip functions without looking up each manufacturer's part number. Nice they, Microsoft, didn't sand off the part labels as a few modchip designers do or relabel chips with the wrong part numbers.
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