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David Knight

Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #15 on: October 06, 2015, 01:51:52 pm »
You're only missing the overclocking
Jokes aside, overclocking made sense on Dingoo A320, where a jump from 336MHz to 420MHz was making a big difference.
On GCW0's 1GHz, a jump to 1100MHz will not be noticable.

Sorry for the derailment but +10% cpu cycles would allow much better sega cd and virtua racing emulation. It would also improve framerate marginally on Handy and the soon to be released update to Stella.

Just saying the option to slightly overclock would be helpful.

Surkow

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2015, 03:37:23 pm »
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Just saying the option to slightly overclock would be helpful.

From what I understand, overclocking is unlikely to be feasible with the current SoC.

superfenix2020 (OP)

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #17 on: October 06, 2015, 06:31:24 pm »
Quote from: David Knight
+10% cpu cycles would allow much better sega cd and virtua racing emulation. It would also improve framerate marginally on Handy and the soon to be released update to Stella.

Just saying the option to slightly overclock would be helpful.
And for a port x68000 and Sega Saturn emulators?  :)

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #18 on: October 16, 2015, 01:45:24 pm »
LCD screen and speakers changed !!

now it looks better and hear better !! ;D

care16la20

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« Reply #19 on: October 16, 2015, 06:22:01 pm »
LCD screen and speakers changed !!

now it looks better and hear better !! ;D

Hi, what model of LCD?

Did you measure the Ohms of the speakers? I know that if you replace with one with an wrong value, it can quickly burn the amplifier....


Quickman

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #21 on: October 25, 2015, 04:33:03 pm »
@superfenix2020  amazing job! I had a couple questions I was hoping you could answer though:

1.Did you upgrade the D pad using the original GameBoy's Dpad as a replacement? Or did you just use Wii remote buttons and D pad for replacement?

2. Are the larger buttons a better feel for playing in your opinion, as well as did all of these enhancements solve the sticking button/D pad issues?

3. I see the LCD is the same resolution as the GCW zero's LCD, so what makes this LCD screen better? And did it effect battery life at all?

Thank you so much! I hope you can get back to me soon! I would love to do these same modifications! Thank you!

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« Reply #22 on: October 25, 2015, 06:25:31 pm »
too many questions. XD

I have responded to most things in the same post. Larger buttons, clearly noticeable. Better than tiny original buttons. Besides the quality of them it is much greater.

The D-pad and buttons ABXY used originals of Wii U Gamepad, but also holds one Pro controller of the Wii U. That if modified. The screen is the same as the original. I think it looks better, but I'm not sure.
Spend the same battery as the original.

If you have no experience in doing these things earlier in controllers, do not. You can leave the case console unusable. About buttons pad conductive, you can try using the original or other controls, like a Wii remote. That's going to try and taste. If you like the buttons go harders or softers ....

I think seeing these pictures you can get an idea of ​​what I did:









Quickman

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« Reply #23 on: October 25, 2015, 07:25:23 pm »
too many questions. XD

I have responded to most things in the same post. Larger buttons, clearly noticeable. Better than tiny original buttons. Besides the quality of them it is much greater.

The D-pad and buttons ABXY used originals of Wii U Gamepad, but also holds one Pro controller of the Wii U. That if modified. The screen is the same as the original. I think it looks better, but I'm not sure.
Spend the same battery as the original.

If you have no experience in doing these things earlier in controllers, do not. You can leave the case console unusable. About buttons pad conductive, you can try using the original or other controls, like a Wii remote. That's going to try and taste. If you like the buttons go harders or softers ....

I think seeing these pictures you can get an idea of ​​what I did

 Thank you so much!
  I may have someone professional help me modify mine.

also, I apologize if there is a language barrier... But what did you mean by
"The D-pad and buttons ABXY used originals of Wii U Gamepad, but also holds one Pro controller of the Wii U. That if modified."??
Are you saying everything, but one button, was taken from a wii U game pad?


Thank you again for your help!

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #24 on: October 25, 2015, 09:29:46 pm »
excuse me, my English is bad.
I wanted to say that I used the d-pad and the original buttons of Gamepad Wii U, but that the D-pad and buttons of Pro Controller Wii U also work for this mod.

edit: original buttons and d-pad wii u gamepad
http://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-Original-Black-Button-full-Set-Nintendo-Wii-U-Gamepad-controller-Home-Button-/121619331614?hash=item1c5113ba1e:g:k6gAAOSw7aBVKF4V
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« Reply #25 on: October 25, 2015, 09:39:32 pm »
excuse me, my English is bad.
I wanted to say that I used the d-pad and the original buttons of Gamepad Wii U, but that the D-pad and buttons of Pro Controller Wii U also work for this mod.

edit: original buttons and d-pad wii u gamepad
http://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-Original-Black-Button-full-Set-Nintendo-Wii-U-Gamepad-controller-Home-Button-/121619331614?hash=item1c5113ba1e:g:k6gAAOSw7aBVKF4V
Fantastic! Thank you so much! And again I apologize for asking so many questions :D

Also,  were you saying that these buttons and D pad are a bit harder to the touch then the others?
 And would you recommend the wii D pad over the original GameBoy D pad modification that most people recommend?
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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #26 on: October 25, 2015, 10:12:59 pm »
the buttons go soft or hard depending on the pad conductive.

http://es.aliexpress.com/item/Replacement-Parts-Button-Pad-Conductive-Adhesive-For-WII-Pro-Controller/32424251637.html

I recommend D-pad: Gamepad Wii U, Pro Controller Wii U, Wii Classics controllers and D-pad twist Xbox 360 controller modified (only the cross, putting in another base)



http://es.aliexpress.com/store/product/Chrome-Grey-Silver-Transforming-D-PAD-for-XBOX-360-Controller-Rotating-Dpad/1626827_32281276645.html?ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_2_71_72_73_74_75,searchweb201527_1,searchweb201560_9

for example, here I have used d-pads modified of xbox 360 controller in other controllers






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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #27 on: October 25, 2015, 10:41:40 pm »
@superfenix2020
Such great info!!  Again thank you so much! That's great that you can buy the membranes/conductive as you  showed me in the links! I thought it was just the buttons and the d pad themselves, I had no idea that you could purchase replacement membranes/conductive as you said. That's great news! Thank you so much for all of the detailed replied and photos! Truly thank you

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #28 on: October 31, 2015, 06:47:39 pm »
@superfenix2020 ughhh! The person  Who was going to modify my zero canceled on me. :(
I wish you lived in the United States, I would beg for you to modify my zero! I don't want to mess anything up since I have no experience myself with modifying.
Why do you have to live in Spain!? Ha ha ;)

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Re: [GCW Zero] MOD CUSTOM
« Reply #29 on: November 01, 2015, 10:16:46 am »
yes, I'm from Spain

 

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