"Posting Lord", huh... Not bad, although I was expecting a "Supreme Posting Master of the Earth and Sky" or something. Hey... that would be somewhat equivalent to "God"... damn.
Hey, yes, that's much more like it, Melanogaster! Maybe you should run for admin! ;D
whitetigerx7: interesting point. Since PS2 also discriminates between regions when emulating PS1 games (i.e. it'll only play its own region games), I presume there must be different BIOSs for the NTSC areas and PAL areas.
Would be interesting to see if they worked in the emulator; also to see whether hashing them matches them with any Playstation BIOSs.
DTLH-1001 DTLH-1001H DTLH-1201 DTLH-3000 / Available (Same as SCPH1001) DTLH-3002 / Available SCPH-1000 / Available SCPH-1001 / Available SCPH-1002 SCPH-2000 SCPH-3000 SCPH-3500 SCPH-5000 / Available SCPH-5001 SCPH-5500 / Available SCPH-5501 SCPH-5502 / Available SCPH-5552 SCPH-5903 SCPH-5003 SCPH-7000 / Available SCPH-7001 / Available SCPH-7002 SCPH-7003 / Available SCPH-7500 SCPH-7501 SCPH-7502 / Available SCPH-9000 SCPH-9001 / Available (Same as 7001) SCPH-9002 / Available (Same as 7502) SCPH-9003 SCPH-100 SCPH-101 / Available SCPH-102
Have you seen this before guys? I found 2 list. I post this at MESS forum as well.
PSone model SCPH 100 - 101 - 102 Playstation model SCPH 1000, 1001, 1002 - Board PU7 Playstation model SCPH 1000, 1001, 1002 - Board PU8 Playstation model SCPH 5500, 5501, 5502, 5552 - Board PU18 Playstation model SCPH 7000, 7001, 7002, 7003 - Board PU20 Playstation model SCPH 7501, 7502 - Board PU22 Playstation model SCPH 9001, 9003 - Board PU23
# SCPH-1000 - The original badboy. Released in Japan on 12/3/94. # SCPH-1001 - The original (North American) badboy. Released in North America on 9/9/95. Did not feature S-Video output port like the 1000. # SCPH-1002 - The original (European) badboy. Had no S-Video like the 1001. # SCPH-3000 - Japanese revision. # SCPH-3500 - Japanese revision. No longer featured S-Video output port. # SCPH-5003 - Asian revision. # SCPH-5500 - Japanese revision. CD drive mech was relocated, onboard electronics shortened by ~20 percent, seperate ports for A/V composite output were replaced by the A/V Multi Out port. # SCPH-5501 - North American version of the 5500. # SCPH-5502 - European version of the 5500. # SCPH-5552 - European revision. # SCPH-5903 - Special white-colored "Video CD" edition of the PS, released only in greater Asia. # SCPH-7000 - First Japanese 'Dual Shock' hardware revision. System now came with one Dual Shock (SCPH-1200) controller, and now featured a light show program called SoundScope in the CD player menu (this was actually a stripped-down version of Baby Universe). # SCPH-7001 - North American 7000. # SCPH-7002 - European 7000. # SCPH-7003 - Asian 7000. # SCPH-7500 - Japanese revision. More motherboard reductions, revised system BIOS. Sony released this as a "mod-proof" system, but was cracked pretty quickly (of course!). # SCPH-7501 - North American 7500. # SCPH-7502 - European 7500. # SCPH-7503 - Updated Japanese 7500. # SCPH-9000 - Japanese revision. More motherboard reductions, plus total removal of Parallel I/O port to try and foil those making cheat devices and other such products that fit into the port. Last PS hardware revision series until SCPH-100 redesign. # SCPH-9001 - North American 9000. # SCPH-9002 - European 9000. # SCPH-9003 - Asian 9000. # SCPH-100 - Also known as the PS one. Unit size reduced by one-third, power supplied by external AC adapter as opposed to internal power block. Revamped BIOS interface. Original Japanese version. # SCPH-101 - North American 100. # SCPH-102 - European 100.
# DTL-H1001 - Original blue-colored PS, only available to developers and gaming publications. Featured 8MB of RAM. Has no regional lockouts, so users are able to play all North American and Japanese software without fault, as well as pre-production software on CD-R media. # DTL-H1201 - Revision of the H1001. # DTL-H1001H - Grey version of DTL-H1001. Not much else known. # DTL-3000 - Also known as the Net Yaroze. Enabled consumers to create their own PS software. Like the H1001, could play all manner of PS software. # DTL-H3000 # DTL-H3001 - This and the H3000 are odd, seemingly consumer versions of the Net Yaroze, save for no inclusion of development accessories. Both are a lighter black, however, and have a textured crystalized paint finish. Known as the "PlayStation Worldwide." # SCPH-2000 - Another all-region PS. Nothing else known.
Last Edit: Dec 8, 2006 23:51:10 GMT -5 by kinghanco
kinghanco: Yep, most of those models are already on my list of BIOSes in pSX Frontend. I was worred that I might've picked up some odd models from Google that didn't really exist, but your list confirms most of what I have, so thanks The only one I was missing from my list was SCPH2000, which I had thought was a keyboard or something, but it appears other people are indeed saying it's a developer model, so I'll add it to the list.
I know many of the different models use identical BIOS versions, but since I'm not sure which ones share which versions of the BIOS, I'm not going to bother consolidating model numbers from my BIOS list.
Post by Gamesoul Master on Dec 9, 2006 13:12:05 GMT -5
Don't be too quick to add it. That second list... I know exactly where it came from... because I was discussing it with at least one other person, back when we were both working on our frontends. I *thought* you were one of those people, but I guess not. Me and this other person actually ended up deciding that the list was not accurate (and it's also missing entries, of course). Just stick to the list you have.
I'm sure you can still find the thread where I was discussing that exact list. Then you can see for yourself what we had to say about it.
Yes, it was me with whom you were discussing that, but I did another search on Google, and multiple sites show that SCPH-2000 is indeed a developer version.
Edit: lol the more I look at the list, the more it looks familiar indeed... but as I said, there are still a few models in my list that I'm unsure about... too bad that list still doesn't include them. I'm just going to have to continue trusting Google.