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  1. #11
    mushy409 Guest
    Wow! Looks brilliant that! I was thinking of doing something similar, but using like a VMU-style set of LEDs that go from blue, green, yellow, orange and then red arranged in a spiral on the top of the console...

    You've got my brain ticking now... Might have to dig my box of LEDs out and get the dremel warmed up

  2. #12
    Ezio Guest
    Nice work, Frago! I saw it only now but it is very cool!

  3. #13
    Frago Guest
    Thank you guys, here are 4 new pic to see my job better.

  4. #14
    brendanj9554 Guest
    hey guys, just finished instaling the mod, very nice effect. just gotta get them attached to the top casing (will most likely take to work and let the engineers do something with there fancy machines) gotta be worth a breakfast right? anyway...

    the system i installed on is a 001 and noticed that the buttons are slightly different. ie: O = enter/select and X cancel/back. is there anyway to change? have already used restore. but they seem to be default.

    heres my pictures. massive +REP to Frago

  5. #15
    brendanj9554 Guest
    finally finished, pictures of the finished product

  6. #16
    Frago Guest
    excellent work, you made me proud good for you, after that you may want to put the power supply out like me and put the lsd monitor in the center like me, now tell me your temp while playing a game.

  7. #17
    HeyManHRU Guest
    If CFW is installed on that PS3 you can use Rogero's button layout changer (http://www.ps4news.com/ps3-hacks-jai...themes/page-8/) to use "X" as select and "O" as cancel.

    Also I got to say that is an impressive mod, good work Frago and brendanj9554.

  8. #18
    brendanj9554 Guest
    on firmware 3.70 might have to have a word with mushy and get my new infectus2 installed.

    have tried to install to other boards but just can't do it.

  9. #19
    Carter101 Guest


    Would i have to solder the wires to the top of the usb on the motherboard, also nice work.

  10. #20
    KaiSSeRSK Guest
    Really interesting... Let's test it!

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