135w ago - Today we received word from bleedevil001 that the P3Go GT Break Clone PS3 ModChip with switch (for the PlayStation 3 Slim) is incoming.
The official site is linked above with a few pictures and details below, as follows:
P3Go GT Break Clone PS3 ModChip Features:
1. Has all function features of the first generation.
2. Brand new second generation configuration, support upgrade without keys, plug and upgrade.
3. Use SLC NANDFLASH, up to 128MB and compatible with larger firmware.
4. Luxury materal, bilateral protecting circuit to support plug-and-play function and protect your lovely device.
5. Includes high-speed CPU, high-speed SDRAM, high-capacity SLCNAND in order to upgrade firmware and extend system life as long as possible.
6. Supports starting games by micro SD in console, includes new extension function upgrading firmware by cheats, a real timesaver.
7. Firmware which is designed professionally, attentively and targeted to ensure your PS3 game console starts quickly and successfully.
P3Go GT Break Clone PS3 ModChip G-Switch:
Function features (only support Slim console):
1. Professional module design and is attractive and portable.
2. Uses fireproof, high pressure resistent original material and it is very safe and reliable.
3. Favorable price, easy to use, quick power on or off.
4. Embed high quanlity power switch, matching P3Go electronic dongle to easily turn on or off and guide console.
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Very good find, I was thinking it might be from the Ingenic family as their processors have wide range of peripherals right from the chip and it's used in many embedded products out of China so you just confirmed that for sure with your find. It's a nice processor for embedded products CPU & VPU run 360mhz-400mhz.
But It might not be the Jz4755 but a 4750 or 4740 as the 4755 would be over kill for a USB device with USB power specifications max limit 500mA and that is for Hi-Power USB device and while you first connect to USB that limit is only 100mA and this CPU would be in the Hi-Power range for sure.
I heard that for USA customers this thing is only $17.99 and for other countries it's up to $29 so price is right for sure.
I just reviewed all the data sheets for the CPU and I can now confirm Moretex you guessed 100% that is a Jz4755 as it's the only one that has the LQFP176 package.