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Thread: D2CKey VS. D2C PRO

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    D2CKey VS. D2C PRO

    OK after owning nothing but modded consoles

    (2) Xbox360's
    (1) Original xbox
    (2) Nintendo DS's
    (1) Sony PSP

    I have finally decided to chip my Wii....My question is this...What are the differences between the D2CKey and the D2C Pro....They both will work in the newer D2C wii's correct. So what does one have over the other...? Which would everyone recommend....Thanks for the help guys as i'm new to the wii modding but have modded various other consoles....

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    I know d2ckey is made by the makers of wiikey
    other than that Im not sure

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    I think both are made by the same place just one is a pro chip I believe.....I could be mistaken though....Anybody out there have the answer....

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    I believe that the D2CPRO is the clone of D2CKey. From what i know the only difference is that D2CPRO is capable of shutting off the chip when you want to. I'm curious as to what other differences they have? Does anyone know?

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    With almost 200 views and almost no replies I don't think anybody knows the answer. I figured I would get an answer here on a WiiHacks forum. Nobody knows.....????

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    Cool Difference

    So first of alllease excuse my bad english ^^

    What I "know" about the difference is,
    - D2CPro is the new Version of D2CKey
    - The new D2Pro is a small Version of the D2CPro. This Chip has only 19 Cables and is very easy to install. But: This Chip only uses the Main Chip of the wii and maybe sometimes needs to be updated,because Nintendo may Change anything with new games.

    The D2CPro has some more Cables, but this Chip "replaces" the main Chip of the wii. You never need to update it.

    So finally:
    D2CKey (good)
    D2CPro (better/best^^)
    D2Pro (Shiiiit)

    However, i dont know if this is correct!

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    OK We got a reply at least. That is what I would figure myself. That the PRO would be the better of the two. But on all the sites i've checked the D2CKey is more $$$ then the D2C Pro. Now why would that be, you would think the better of the two would cost more no.....

    Maybe someone who is an expert will chime in on this....

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    First things first, if you don't know anything don't POST. Idiots...

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    D2CKey - made by Wiikey team - 31 Wires - programmable?? - Amazingly solid chip.
    D2CPro - Shitty knock off of the D2Ckey - DONT BUY IT.
    D2Pro - 15-19 Wire version of the D2Ckey - Updatable Chip - Amazingly solid chip!!

    Argon - Very comparable with D2Pro - may have better support for updates though

    Bruce

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