RGH Can I RGH my xbox?

sandiablo21

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I know a small amount about the idea of an RGH for xbox 360. I have been searching around trying to get the hang of so I can go an do it. I have a trinity motherboard and my xbox is running dashboard 2.0.16547.0. First is it possible for me to RGH this xbox? If I can, would it have to be RGH 2, because I have heard that is have a horrible boot time and is occasionally unreliable.
 

sandiablo21

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Thank you for the help, those guides helped clear everything up very well! My other question would be, where would you recommend me purchasing all the materials from, is there a specific website that has everything at a good price, with good customer support if needed? Please let me know, thanks.
 

sandiablo21

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thanks! I am checking that out right now. In your guide for RGH hardware suggestions, is there a certain option for the trinity which would be easier for a noob to run and install or are they all fairly similar as far as difficulty is concerned?
 

sandiablo21

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I have pretty good soldering skills. I have been modding controllers for a few years and have no problem attaching the wires or chips in the controllers.
 

sandiablo21

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Also I am trying to keep it as cheap as possible, but I am certainly willing to pay a little more for a large increase in performance.
 

defhead

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Also I am trying to keep it as cheap as possible, but I am certainly willing to pay a little more for a large increase in performance.
For a trinity id recommend a TX J-R Programmer v2 for NAND read / write and the new Slim Proto V2 for your glitch chip. Nothing more is needed.
 
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I have heard that is have a horrible boot time and is occasionally unreliable.
I have glitched many Trinity consoles using CoolRunner Rev. C and I have achieved great boot times, but the Slim Proto uses a much more precise timing which will (or should) result in much better boot times.
 
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