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PS3 DECR (Reference Tool) OFW Update 4.60 Surfaces, Details Available 1000°
July 17, 2014 // 11:21 pm - Following up on the PS3 DEX (DECH) 4.55 OFW Test / Debug update, today xxmcvapourxx made available PS3 DECR (Reference Tool) OFW Update 4.60 with more updates and details below.

Download: (152.7 MB) / ebootrom.7z (230.3 MB - EBOOTROMs with 0x40 byte header for Prototype / DECR systems) by zecoxao...

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PS3 Debug / Test (DEX and DECR) Firmware 4.46 - 4.50 Updates Leaked 1000°
October 15, 2013 // 7:19 pm - Following up on the previous Sony PS3 Debug leaks, today PlayStation 3 DEX (DECH) and Reference Tool (DECR) Firmware 4.46 - 4.50 updates have also surfaced from zecoxao alongside an ancient v0.96 update and partial PS3 SDK 4.40.001 leak with details below.

Download: (180.1 MB) /

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PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A XMB (XrossMediaBar) Menu Video Tour 800°
January 17, 2010 // 10:49 pm - This week, as promised previously, we decided to show a video tour of the PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A XMB (XrossMediaBar) menu.

For anyone with a retail PlayStation 3 system, the options listed below are quite different. But, for those with PS3 Test units, the Debug settings are quite similar to that of a PS3 TOOL.

However, the biggest difference between a TEST and a TOOL is that of the TOOL's...

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PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A Serial Port Examined - Part 1 500°
December 28, 2009 // 5:17 am - Today we have a brief update on the PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A serial port, as I haven't had time yet (due to the holidays) to install my Infectus Mod into our Service Mode PS3 to begin dumping and comparing the NAND images.

Not long ago we took a peek at the PS3 Reference Tool's serial port, which is a 9 pin RS-232 port is covered by a metal panel, with two screws holding it down. One would assume there are secrets behind it, we did!

On connecting...

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PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A Internals: The Communication Processor 650°
December 6, 2009 // 10:56 pm - We have explored most of the internals of the PS3 TOOL, with world-exclusive pictures, not too many people are willing let alone crazy enough to open one of these beasts!

Now we start getting to the more interesting aspects of the TOOL, and what makes it different from everything else.

The Communication Processor, or CP is a small, embedded computer, inside the PS3 TOOL. Essentially, it is a totally separate system, isolated from the PS3 side of the system.

For a little bit of history, the PS2 TOOL worked the same...

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PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A System Controller & Flash Chips Detailed 500°
November 23, 2009 // 1:56 am - As we have been bringing you the first looks at the PS3 TOOL and its internals, we plan to detail every last part of the PS3 TOOL - starting with the big chip differences.

Today we are focusing on four important chips, specifically the PS3 System Controller, Flash, Flash Controller and IO controller.

Let's start with the System Controller. In the picture (below), it is top center. The System controller, CXR713F120A, is slightly different in part number from that of its...

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PS3 TOOL DECR-1000A Internal Pictures and Details Available 550°
November 1, 2009 // 9:33 pm - Recently the PS3 Dev Team received a PS3 Reference TOOL Kit and detailed the Frontside and Backside of the hardware.

Today we popped off the top of our PS3 TOOL to share how this monstrous machine works!

For starters, the cover is large but thin, and quite sharp (it drew blood!). Underneath the...

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PS3 Reference Tool - DECR-1000A Backside Detailed 550°
October 4, 2009 // 11:37 pm - Sony's PS3, circa E3 2005 - it was great. Dual HDMI outputs, 3X LAN and lots more.

Last week we covered the PS3 DECR-1000A Front, and so today let's take a peek at the backside of Sony's PS3 Reference Tool.

We can cut right to the goodies! Back of the tool: starting on the far right features a power connector to the variable 100-240V PSU, for multi-region support.

Next up is the AV, there is your normal AV MULTI Out for standard composite output. Directly next to that...

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