Transform your Xbox360 16 MB NAND in 3 independent 16 MB banks. Works great with any glitcher.Transform your Xbox360 16 MB NAND in 3 independent 16 MB banks. Works great with any glitcher. The first TRIPLE NAND solution available for Xbox360!
The Trident can work together with any Glitcher solution present in the market.
Matrix Trident from The Matrix Team is for the heavy Xbox 360 users out there who wants to get the most out of their beloved console!
The TRIDENT will transform your Xbox360 16 MB NAND in 3 independent 16 MB
banks that can be read and write with any available SPI reader/writer
solution using software tools like Nandpro 2.0 and Nandpro 3.0.
The trident can work together with any Glitcher solution present in the
market. A flat cable is supplied to directly connect it to the Matrix
Glitcher II, for enhanced performances.
It features a quick solder board solution for the Trinity slim and an
external switch with led indicators to quickly choose which one of the
THREE banks of NAND to use.
With the Matrix Trident you can assign one bank to the Original NAND, the
second bank to boot a modified dashboard and the third NAND bank to boot
Xell or a second dashboard.
Whether you use it for fun or for hacking purposes, the Trident is going
to be the tool of choice to add extra NAND capacity to your Xbox360.
- Allows for the use of 3 Independent banks of NAND on the Xbox 360.
- No need to cut any tracks on the Xbox360 motherboard.
- External switch to quickly change among the 3 NANDs
- Compatible with every glitching solution present in the market,
including Matrix Glitcher II.
- Compatible with any xbox360 with 16 MB NAND.
- Easy to install thanks to quicksolder point design.
- Blocks can be read / write with any SPI hardware present in the market.
- Compatible with Nandpro 2.0 and 3.0 software.
Finally for console owners that had the RGH feature disabled due to recent
14717 dashboard upgrade we have the following announcements:
A new solution to re-enable RGH and Trident Style additional NAND on Fat
consoles is under advanced development.
A working solution is already under test and we will release it right
after completing all the needed tests. Fortunately, due to hardware
difference, the changes on Slim were not as drastical as the one
implemented on the Fat.