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#1 disrockerdude

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Posted 26 August 2007 - 08:55 AM

ok so i decided to buy the gamecube at gamestop for 40 bucks. pretty good. case was scratched and whatnot but it works perfect. i have some questions tho.

1.) where can i buy a gamebit cheap? i tried pens.. not working for me "/
2.) what kind of screw does the gamecube controller use? its different from the gamecube.
3.) does anyone know where in the motherboard i can get power for leds?


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Posted 31 August 2007 - 02:01 PM

1. Try Ebay
2. it's 3mm tri-wing, be sure to use a normal tri wing screw driver and not a bit attached to a multi-tip driver as the multi tip drivers wont fit
3. Personally I'd grab power directly off of the PSU input. I'm not sure what the voltage is though.

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Posted 03 September 2007 - 11:20 PM

QUOTE(twistedsymphony @ Aug 31 2007, 06:37 AM) View Post
1. Try Ebay
2. it's 3mm tri-wing, be sure to use a normal tri wing screw driver and not a bit attached to a multi-tip driver as the multi tip drivers wont fit
3. Personally I'd grab power directly off of the PSU input. I'm not sure what the voltage is though.


so i placed an order on play-asia for the bit. should be here in a couple of days. as for the gamecube controller tho, i used one of those high quality precision jewlers screwdrivers on the controller and it worked. haha so i replace the gamecube screws with torx (i had a few laying around. also i checked the psu input just like you said. its 12v, 39w.

as soon as i get the gamebit and start workin on this thing, i'll post some pics up.

edit: oh and i'll probably add a pulsevu 2 in there.. haha

Edited by disrockerdude, 03 September 2007 - 11:24 PM.





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