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Thread: Yes, 3x == stuttering on movies

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    unzip you can just use USB loader anyways without the modchip that and it can run games full speed and make sure that they run the way that the original discs would run the game so that should be a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unzip View Post
    cigaro, many thanks for this post. I'm still going to buy WasabiDX, but it's much better to know such issues before you buy. Now I have made some searching and it looks like actually all the gen4 chips have this 3x issue, but it's still better then soldering.
    Plus I'm thinking about USB Loader - than the speed of the chip shouldn't be an issue, but I'll wait with soft mods after my warranty finishes (2 years ).
    If you don't have one of the epoxy D2e or a D2Nothing/D3 drives in your Wii, you could consider getting a traditional modchip on a clip instead. No soldering (like the 4th gen ribbon chips) and no speed issues (UNLIKE the 4th gen ribbon chips)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GideonB View Post
    unzip you can just use USB loader anyways without the modchip that and it can run games full speed and make sure that they run the way that the original discs would run the game so that should be a good thing.
    I'm just buying my console, so I don't want to do any changes I can't reverse if the console brakes down. And as I read - you have to downgrade and install some software if you want to use USB loader. So the USB loader is not yet for me (of course, as soon as my warranty finishes - I'm going to install it in the first place )

    Quote Originally Posted by CoNS View Post
    If you don't have one of the epoxy D2e or a D2Nothing/D3 drives in your Wii, you could consider getting a traditional modchip on a clip instead. No soldering (like the 4th gen ribbon chips) and no speed issues (UNLIKE the 4th gen ribbon chips)...
    as I wrote above - I'm just buying the console, so I suppose I'll have the epoxy and all the stuff. So I think I'm stuck with 4th gen If I want to leave no traces in case of warranty needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unzip View Post
    but I'll wait with soft mods after my warranty finishes (2 years ).
    Quote Originally Posted by unzip View Post
    So I think I'm stuck with 4th gen If I want to leave no traces in case of warranty needed.


    Unzip, this is a bit confusing to me. It applies to me too since my wife just got us the Wii last week, and bought the extended warranty.

    It is my understanding that if you OPEN the Wii, you've already voided your warranty. If you have a chip in there then you have already voided it.

    Isn't there some way that they know (if you bring it for repair or trade, whatever they do for a warranty deal) that you already opened the case?

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