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New Gigabyte AMD 333 PC Motherboards Are Detailed

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265w ago - Gigabyte is [Register or Login to view links] three new PC motherboards for the latest AMD platform, featuring '333' onboard acceleration.

As it was said, the new tech consists of the latest connectivity: USB 3.0, SATA III (6Gbps). The other '3' is for the fact the motherboard can supply up to three times the rated power of a standard USB port.

To quote: Gigabyte has now put online the complete specifications about these three upcoming motherboards. Despite them resembling the MA790FXT-UD5P, the MA790XT-UD4P and the MA770T-UD3P, one may notice many new features.

First of all, on the high-end model, there are now three PCI-E x16 slots instead of only two, so three videocards can now be set in CrossfireX, running in x16, x8, x8 mode. Having only two PCI-E x16 slots is a big disadvantage to the MA790FXT-UD5P when looking at boards like the MSI 790FX-GD70 having four of them, so this is great.

The next feature is 'Precision OV', which stands for OverVoltage. This means all three motherboards are equipped with a hardware voltage control chip, bringing three main advantages:

• Provides more voltage control options for CPU, NB & memory than before
• HW linear real time voltage control,...
 

Free60 JTAG / SMC XeLL Hack for Jasper 16MB Motherboards

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268w ago - After the release of the hack for Xenon, Falcon/Opus and Zephyr XBox 360 motherboards, today we get the Free60 JTAG / SMC XeLL Hack for Jasper (v4) motherboards with 16MB NAND chips (so NOT compatible with 256 & 512MB NAND yet).

Download: Free60 JTAG / SMC XeLL Hack for Jasper 16MB Motherboards

This NAND image will boot your Jasper XBox 360 right into XeLL, which allows you to launch linux distros or run libxenon homebrew software, as long as you never upgraded it via the normal MS upgrade procedures to kernel 849x or higher.

To quote from the NFO File: Finally the Jasper JTAG Hack is here

This is XELL (compiled 11.09.09) inserted into 6712 Jasper-Kernel.

Don't wonder about the Filesize, its correct like that. It just flashes the beginning of the NAND so your console specific data like MAC adress will stay.

Of...
 

Free60 JTAG Hack for Zephyr XBox 360 Motherboards Released!

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272w ago - After the release of the XBox 360 hack for Xenon and Falcon motherboards, today Free60 JTAG/SMC XeLL Hack for Zephyr (v2) motherboards is available!

This NAND image will boot your Zephyr Xbox360 right into XeLL (which allows you to launch linux distros or run libxenon homebrew software).

Download: Free60 JTAG Hack for Zephyr Motherboards

To quote, from the NFO File: !Fixed Version! USB Support was broken

Finally the Zephyr JTAG Hack is here

This is XELL (compiled 11.09.09) inserted into 4558 Zephyr-Kernel.

Don't wonder about the Filesize, its correct like that. It just flashes the beginning of the NAND so your console specific data like MAC adress will stay.

Of course you should have a working backup of your NAND before you proceed.

Just flash with:

LPT
nandpro lpt: -w16 zephyr_hack_updxell.bin 0

USB
nandpro usb: -w16 zephyr_hack_updxell.bin 0

SMC-JTAG Hack Wiring

DB1F1...
 

Free60 JTAG Hack for Falcon XBox 360 Motherboards Released!

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273w ago - Today tmbinc has released the Free60 JTAG Hack for Falcon XBox 360 motherboards, to compliment the previous release for Xenon boards.

Download: Free60 JTAG Hack for Falcon Motherboards

To quote, from the NFO File: Finally the Falcon JTAG Hack is here This is newest XELL (compiled 05.10.09) inserted into 5770 Falcon-Kernel.

Don't wonder about the Filesize, its correct like that. It just flashes the beginning of the NAND so your console specific data like MAC adress will stay.

Of course you should have a working backup of your NAND before you proceed.

Just flash with:

LPT
nandpro lpt: -w16 falcon_hack.bin 0

USB
nandpro usb: -w16 falcon_hack.bin 0

SMC-JTAG Hack Wiring

DB1F1 ---|(|--- J2D2.1
RFUnit 2nd row, 2nd Pin ---|(|---- J2D2.2
J2D2.4 --------- J2D2.7

!USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!
 

New XBox 360 Motherboards Could Mean Less Crashes

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325w ago - For Xbox 360 users, the so-called red ring of death is a worst-case scenario that can cause nightmares about total system failure and the inability to play any more Halo 3.

Since the introduction of the console, in late 2005, some users have suffered through a well-documented series of quality control problems and some have endured system failures on machine after machine after machine.

Microsoft has attempted to handle the problems--and last year extended the warranty for the machine, leading some to feel that, at the very least, they would be covered if they got the three red rings around their console's power button that indicate total hardware crash.

All along, the problem has been blamed on the Xbox's original motherboard, a poorly designed piece of electronics that in many cases simply wasn't up to the rigors that users put the machine through. But there had been indications that help was on the way in the form of an all-new motherboard, at once smaller, more efficient, less likely to overheat and less expensive, known as "Jasper."

Now, according to Xbox expert Dean Takahashi at Venture Beat, Jasper-infused Xboxes are finally being spotted out there in the wilds of the marketplace. And...
 
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