Question Onboard regulators

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  1. Toaster912 .

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  2. Crazzyleprechaun Formerly known as GarageFactory .

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    It says the imaged was removed :\
     
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    Here you go
     

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    Are you just going to remove the components? Also one of them is the U10 which is vital for the wii to boot
     
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    That component inside the red is not U10, and is required to remove anyway if you are relocating U10 to take advantage of the solder pads
     
  7. Crazzyleprechaun Formerly known as GarageFactory .

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    Ohh wait youre right i'm dumb lmao I thought he was going to trim that part off too sorry guys.
     
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    Oh so if I am trimming my board I don't need that? Also How many regulators do I need to buy?
     
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    I think I might have caused some confusion and I'm sorry about that. If you are trimming the board you don't necessarily have to remove all those components unless you want to test to see if your board boots with the regulators. Once you trim the board you get rid of the components then wire up the regulators based on the guide. You will need four PTH08080s there's also a regulator guide that tells you how to set up the regulators
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Were you okay with me using your image? I can take it down if you want.
     

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