Swiss ECID collection

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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by M tha MaN » Fri Jan 27, 2012 2:59 pm

Model: DOL-001 (EUR)
IPL: PAL Revision 1.0
DVD: 08 2002/23 (61)
ECID: 0D96A080:08C0C18A:21CF9068
Serial: DEH11044538
Colour: Silver/Platin

I don't really know which colour, it was the LoZ WW Bundle
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by Nukatha » Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:26 pm

GameCube

Color: Platinum
Region: DOL-001(NTSC)
ECID: 0D964200:24C0C185:2106A8F0
DVD: 08 2002/23
IPL: NTSC Revision 1.1
PVR: 00083214
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by MarSAttK » Sun Apr 22, 2012 12:10 am

Model: DOL-101 (USA)
IPL: NTSC Rev 1.2
DVD: 08 2002 / 23 (61)
Video: NTSC (480i)
ECID: 0D96C000:1021C1C6:146BD0A8
PVR: 00083410
S/N: DS35729538
Color: Silver

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Model: DOL-001 (USA)
IPL: NTSC Rev 1.0
DVD: 08 2002 / 23 (61) *
Video: Unknown **
ECID: 8D969380:20434148:1440C8B0
PVR: 00083214
Serial: DS105818746
Color: Jet Black

* I'm using the same DVD drive since the other lens is busted.
** The screen is in B/W. (Does anyone know why ?)
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by HomelandReloaded » Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:28 am

Model/Region: DOL-001 (JPN)
Console Color: Red
ECID: 0D96C080:28C0C348:14EC3080
PVR: 00083214
Serial: DNH10200478
DVD: 08 2002/23 (61)

Note: this one has a drive that stops reading when warmed up.
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by phucuda » Sun Apr 22, 2012 12:08 pm

Model: Nintendo Gamecube DOL-001
IPL: PAL Revision 1.0
DVD04 2002/02 (61)
Video: PAL (576i)
ECID: 0D960180:2880C286:2A089810 PVR: 00083214
Color: Purple
Serial: DEH10120034

Purchase date: 2002
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by 47iscool » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:31 am

Indigo Blue GameCube NTSC

Info in pic taken from DSi, little hard to read.
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by emu_kidid » Sun Jun 09, 2013 11:33 am

I've given up on parsing this data, if anyone can be bothered, feel free :P
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by Paul.str » Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:42 pm

What is the PVR number?

It seems to be the same on all the cubes I've tested.
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by tueidj » Wed Jan 01, 2014 12:43 am

PVR = processor version/revision.
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by Paul.str » Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:24 am

So, for an NTSC cubes:
8D at the begining indicates IPL version 1.0
(3 confirms, assuming ashen messed up when typing "1D")

XX96X000 seems to indicate IPL version 1.2
(2 confirms)

Is it possible that there are multiple FW versions that report as the same thing?
(Could there be, say, multiple revisions of 1.1?)
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Re: Swiss ECID collection

Post by tueidj » Thu Jan 02, 2014 6:46 pm

These IDs wouldn't strictly match any IPL version, they're burned into the CPU when it's manufactured. The IPL is in a completely different chip.
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