its safe to get it modded as if i fry it, i buy you another (never happened in 2000 ps2 mods)The Mole posted on May 7 2004 at 07:29 PM said:What use is a ram upgrade?
Im seriously considering this with my 133 FLU, how safe is to to
1) get it moded
2) overclock once moded
i dont know wer that come from, but i think its false. snes9x is faster at 172 as on 166 mhz.Steve-O posted on May 7 2004 at 09:32 PM said:And Up... hhmm The GP32 doesnt work more efficiently above 166mhz, anything higher than 166 mhz is rounded down back to 166mhz
im not sure thats correct, but ive altered the wording to make it clearerSteve-O posted on May 7 2004 at 09:32 PM said:
Once again, speeds higher then 166 MHz on a normal GP32 will be clocked back to 166MHz with no effect The RAM just doesn't support it.
If you can clock higher then 166MHz, that just means your CPU can handle that voltage setting.
GpClockSpeedChange (172000000,0x4e011,2) <-- might run at less than 172MHz GpClockSpeedChange (172000000,0x23010,2) <-- will really run at 172MHz