Playstation Playstation : Delta PSNee QSB

Introduction
This tutorial will guide you through the installation of the "Delta PSNee QSB" chip in your PlayStation console.



Features


The Delta PSNee QSB has several advantages.
Here are some advantages offered by the “Delta PSNee QSB” modchip:
- Easy, quick and wireless installation
- No need wiring diagram
- Stealth chip, undetectable by games protected against the installation of modchips (Ex: Dino Crisis JAP)
- Allows you to play imported games*
- Allows you to read Backup CD-Rs
- Latest generation chip
- Delta PSNee custom code based on OpenSource code and approved "PSNee": https://github.com/kalymos/PSNee
- 7 different QSB versions to cover ALL PlayStation FAT motherboard revisions.
- Compatible with all PlayStation FAT versions:
  • SCPH-1000 - PU-7
  • SCPH-100X - PU-8 EARLY
  • SCPH-100X - PU-8 LATE
  • SCPH-3X00 - PU-8 EARLY
  • DTL-H300X - PU-8 LATE (NetYaroze)
  • SCPH-5000 - PU-8 LATE
  • SCPH-55XX - PU-18
  • SCPH-700X - PU-20
  • SCPH-750X - PU-22
  • SCPH-900X - PU-23
*JAP consoles from the SCPH-3000 series have additional security.
To bypass this protection and play imported games, you will need to install a Delta PSNee QSB and follow this tutorial:
CD Boot "ImportPlayer Light - JAP"


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Tutorial


1 - Identifying your PlayStation console


First, find the label on the bottom of your PlayStation console.
On this label, locate the model of your PlayStation:
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In this example, the model is "SCPH-7502"
Although this reference gives us important information, we need to verify the motherboard revision accurately.
To do this, we will need to access the motherboard of your console.

2 - PlayStation console teardown

WARINING !
To avoid any electrical risk, please unplug all connector from your console, press the "Power" button and leave it aside for approximately 2 hours, until the capacitors completely discharge!

Discover all the disassembly videos on the Delta forum:

3 - Identifying your PlayStation motherboard



Please identify your motherboard using the following photos:

Mainboard PU-7
Part number: PU-7 // 1-655-322-XX (-11, -13, -13A, -14, -14A, -15, -16)
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Mainboard PU-8 EARLY
Part number: PU-8 // 1-658-467-XX (-11, -12, -13)
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Mainboard PU-8 LATE
Part number: PU-8 // 1-658-467-XX (-21, -22, -23, -41, -42)
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Mainboard PU-18
Part number: PU-18 // 1-664-537-XX (-11, -21, -31, -41, -52, -62, -72, -82)
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Mainboard PU-20
Part number: PU-20 // 1-668-413-XX (-12, -22, -32, -42)
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Mainboard PU-22
Part number: PU-22 // 1-671-858-XX (-11, -12, -21, -22, -32)
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Mainboard PU-23
Part number: PU-23 // 1-674-987-XX (-11, -21, -31, -41, -51)
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4 - Installation of the “Delta PSNee QSB”



Mainboard PU-7
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Mainboard PU-8 EARLY
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Mainboard PU-8 LATE
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Mainboard PU-18
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Mainboard PU-20
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Mainboard PU-22
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Mainboard PU-23
*The top point must be scraped and tinned before installing the Delta PSNee QSB
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5 -Bonus : Vidéo tutorial "Delta PSNee QSB"