Sega Saturn Mod Chips Now On Sale!

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The Sega Saturn Mod Chip will allow your to play burned CD-R games on your 32-bit powerhouse console and open up many other great gaming possibilities.

If you would like to learn more, please read my article,
“Why Mod Your Saturn?”

Feel free to read just a sampling of customer comments below.

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89 Comments

racketboy says:

I’m looking at about a week right now…

MS says:

Hi Racketboy;

Wondering when your getting a new supply of mod chips for the sega saturn. Also, is it possible to pay with a US money order? thanks.

bluntedone says:

i am wondering if you will have these mod chips soon i just got my first saturn yester day with 52 games but i want to mod my saturn too i will get this chip asap when its available

racketboy says:

Got more in for anyone’s interested

bluntedone says:

i just got the email and i bought one thanks racketboy!!! i hope to have it soon

bluntedone says:

i bought this modchip on 6/24/09 i have it and installed it (a-b method) and i am playing games on it right now!!!!
thank racketboy i cannot stronly recommend you product enough!!!! easy to install and my first time soldering anything!!!! super fast shipping and a great quality product!!!!! i just want to know if you will ever get the action replay plus 4 in 1???? i want that too and cannot find it

moofree says:

Fast shipping, easy install with the one-wire method. Works perfectly.

Thanks a lot, racketboy!

Andrew says:

Yeah can’t really complain =) Fast shipping (didn’t take all that long to arrive in Australia), well packaged, and the online guide made it easy to install.

It was in fact the first mod chip I have ever installed and had no issues at all =)

Chessman says:

Happy new year 2010 to all SegaSaturn lovers, and thanks again Racketboy for everything!!!
Viva SEGA!!!

fibblins says:

No complaints about the chip, however there should be a big warning about Sanyo board (with pc-trap) Saturns as it’s seemingly impossible to get the chip to work with these. Backups will still only be read as audio CDs.

MaxWar says:

Works like a charm!! Fast shipping from Racketboy.

MaxWar says:

Worked like a charm for 2 days using the AB bridge method. Then it fried. Racketboy sent me a new one and i installed it with the traditionnal solder on pin 14 method. Has been working like a charm for more than two weeks now.
Although i have no way to prove it, it would seem the traditional method is more reliable. Can be tough to solder as the pins are small but using thin cardboard proved a great help. Also if your soldering iron seems too big for the job, Try coiling some thin copper wire around the tip of your iron and leave a quarter inch of the wire protruding at the tip. This can act as a new, very thin soldering tip, also useful to clean the mess if you ever accidentally short two pins from the chip with your solder. Good luck !

Alex says:

Hey just got your modchip and installed it (which while ignoring the fact that I have soldering experience is extremely easy to do). Just got done watching the opening to Panzer Dragoon Saga and am extremely happy now having saved 200+ bucks on ebay. You have my many thanks.

Mike says:

I just ordered the Sega Saturn modchip and I am truly impressed by the shipping speed and functionality of the product. Thank you for the wonderful service!

Jared says:

Very fast shipping, great product! I have a 64-pin model 2,I had to un-bride the 0019, and bridge the 0014 points as stated here “http://www.segastyle.com/model264.html”. I also used the A+B method. But after that it worked perfect from power on just like an original disk. Thank you again, I’m off to play some Radiant Silvergun…

Bruno says:

Fast Shipping. Work 100%. Thank You 😀

Stephen says:

I ordered one of Racketboy’s mod chips a few weeks ago and have been very pleased with it’s performance. I placed my order on a Friday and recieved the chip by the following thursday via standard shipping, so shipping time was good.
The install was not complicated at all. I would recommend getting a soldering gun with a very small tip though, I had trouble due to trying to solder due to the tight places. If I had the proper tools I could have finished the install in just 5-10 minutes, literally. Don’t let the install scare you away.
The chip has performed great since the install. I would highly recommend this to anybody looking to mod their Saturn.

Darrin says:

I ordered Rackeyboy’s modchip just a three days ago, shipping was fast, and it worked like a charm! Installation is very easy. Look up the A to B method! It’s much more simple than trying to solder to the 14th pin. I used the signal wire and just cut it down a bit to make a small jumper. Since the new (red) modchip has a hole there, the solder was dripping right through. (Maybe I got the wrong kind?)

In any case, its amazing! Team this up with an Action Replay and the entire Sega Saturn library is at your finger tips!

raystorm002 says:

man, idk wth happened. i followed the instructions exactly as described and it didnt work. i kept trying several times and i ended up messing up my saturn.. i melted the pins on the 32 pin chip 🙁 not good….is there any way to get that fixed?

racketboy says:

Wow… you mean really melt the pins or just get a lot of melted solder in there? You might be able to hear the stuff back up and clean it up, but might be a pain

raystorm002 says:

yes i literally melted the pins on that chip.. at first i couldn’t quite solder it on the pin because it was so thin, so i said eff that im doing the a+b method and nothing. i had an orange sphere on the left and a green cube on the right..i check plenty of websites about troubleshooting and none of them had anything about it. they had green sphere and stuff. also before i messed it up i removed everything and plugged the regular white cable and it still didn’t work. so at this point im really upset so i attempted to solder it on the 14th pin thingy and that’s when i messed it up. the metal pins look like scramble eggs right now. is it possible to get someone to fix that because i am incapable of soldering..

racketboy says:

Bummer — if the pins are gone of the chip, it’s probably toast unless you’re super skilled.

raystorm002 says:

oh damn…even tho just 3 pins are messed up i guess its time to bury it lol. i just bought a model 1. so i guess ill just buy the PAR from here and use the swap disk trick thingy lol. i know modding the model one saturn is hell and im not even considering it lol

Will Twrry says:

Best money i ever spent. Two wires to solder for me, infinite fun with my saturn. Awesome!

Urinalballer says:

Ordered on Friday, arrived on Monday, installed on Tuesday… Decided to put my soldering skills to the test (no A-B method) on my model 2 32pin. Took more time for my iron to heat up than to do the install and works like a champ! ….. Thanks Racketboy!!!

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