QUOTE(XBSCN_DevTeam @ Jan 19 2012, 11:13 PM)
The crazy thing is this guys thinks he found something, many glitch modchips already have resonator and don't need stby clk from motherboard,
You don't see them going around and saying, we are the first world corona ready modchip
That's bulls.. , the real problem on corona was never stby clk, in the first place you need to make the script rdy for the cb from corona, and befor that you need to be able to even DUMP coronas nand....
Shame some teams go around and try to fool poeple that don't understand very much, pretty low :s
Umm, I don't see the problem getting the corona NAND dumped? am I missing something? the TSOP hasn't changed... Maybe SPI access is pulled but thats nothing to get around
The problem with corona is all the registers changed vastly. we know the method, we just don't know how to slow the CPU down, and we didn't have a slow clock to patch (no hana)...
If the chip has 2 oscillators, one to generate the pulse and one to slow the CPU down, with precise chip-side timings, it MAY work. the reliability I can't see being as good as stated above across the board. varying component tolerances would make it nearly impossible to get perfect timing for every board... just a few nanoseconds could make or break it.
just for argument sake -
There is a bottom HANA point afaik, and its very easy to wire a chip to blink LEDs in sync with an actual glitch chip... just saying it could easily be faked.This post has been edited by ruciz: Jan 20 2012, 12:00 AM