NTSC-J Japanese vs NTSC-J Hong Kong PS2 Hz timings

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  • #45756
    Thextera
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    Hello there,

    recently discovered that a modded PAL PS2 console actually has a worse clockspeed than an NTSC Console.

    I checked this for Rayman 1 (PS1 game to be: 59.41hz on modded console compared to NTSC Console: 59.82hz

    Does anyone know if there is a difference between a NTSC-J console from Hong Kong & 1 from Japan ?

    The reason I’m wondering if it’s different is because in Hong Kong, they use 240V50hz standard for their power circuit whilest for Japan it’s not.

    I’m just wondering, if I can mod chip a NTSC-J Hong Kong PS2 and still get the same hertz as NTSC-J (Japan) and NTSC-US.

    I know there is this dfo dual frequency oscillator Mod you can do but I rather not bother with it.

    #45810
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    All NTSC consoles have the same timings.

    #45819
    Thextera
    Participant

    Is there a way to fix the timings on a mod chipped PAl console? To get 59.94 or 59.82 in my case specifcally.

    #46014
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    On the PS2? Not sure, I know DFO works on PS1.

    #46985
    PoopDeck
    Participant

    If you got access to homebrew like freemcboot you can use this to boot PS1 games in the correct video format.

    https://www.psx-place.com/resources/ps1vmodeneg-by-sp193.853/

    Not sure if this would help or not.

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