No I haven't, been trying not to mess around with the FFC/screen itself so much because I don't want to risk damaging it since Gman said it was working before shipping..Have you checked the backlight voltage on the FFC?
I see in your screenshot that you are not powering pin 4 with 3.3v. Maybe try that first. You can bridge pin 4, 8 and 12. Bridge pin 2 and 10 for ground as well. Might help?I am once again being plagued by memory card issues...
The card was working and I hotglued the solder points to ensure they stayed in place. I started testing a game and mid game the memory card stopped working. Turned off the system and checked for continuity from the GPU vias to the memory card and all connections just fine with no shorts between any of them either. Honestly don't know what to do at this point. I don't think it is the memory card because when I removed it the first time and tested it on a console it was working... Pretty disheartened Anyone have any advice?
Do you think the 32g magnet wire is fine or should I try something else? The reason I didn't bridge those other 3.3v/gnd points is because they're internally bridged in the memory card but I'll try bridging them with wire anyway.I see in your screenshot that you are not powering pin 4 with 3.3v. Maybe try that first. You can bridge pin 4, 8 and 12. Bridge pin 2 and 10 for ground as well. Might help?
Try soldering to the vias on the gpu directly? That's the way I do it and it workd. Just make sure you put the tiny wire trough but not insanely deep. Use some flux and make sure there's enough solder.
What kind of time frame are you talking about? I'll keep that in mind. Reason I'm using these ones is because they fit in that slot which is very narrow.I had those exact fans and after a while they became extremely loud and I had to replace them. I could've gotten bad ones, but it might be a good idea to plan for the possibility of using a different fan setup just in case. I had a hard time suddenly upgrading to larger fans
Well, you would always use a smart charger, even if you were to do charge n play, since you don't want your batteries to turn into fireworksWhat will you do when it comes up to charging the cells? Will you use a smart charging circuit, or use a charge and play circuit?
I'm just using SS's charge and play method using a DPDT switch. So you either play off batteries or play off wall power and simultaneously charge the batteries. Of course I'm still using a protection circuit and smart charger.What will you do when it comes up to charging the cells? Will you use a battery management system, or use a charge and play circuit?