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The PhobGCC motherboard brings you consistently reliable, responsive inputs with built in snapback reduction and axis delay settings, using hall sensors and magnets in place of the usual potentiometers for long lasting magic. For full details, check out the PhobGCC discord.
Tinted clear back shell by @crystalcactusAZ
Dichroic abxysdz, triggers, full resin c-stick and rubber topped mainstick
New stickboxes with a wavespring upgrade on the main stick
Optimized triggers with your choice of triggers plugs
- Notches ($50-120) (Shield drop notches are built into phob calibration)
- Switch to mouse click Z ($5)
- Mechanical Keyswitch or Mouse Click Triggers (+$15 each side)
- Button Stabilization ($30)
+Mouse click ABXY ($50) (requires custom buttons made)
- Shinewave LEDS in the back ($60) (while supplies last)
Please put any adjustments you want in the checkout notes, and feel free to DM us with any questions
The Phob requires a 4 port mayflash or ideally nintendo adapter with both usb ports plugged in. I also recommend overclocking your adapter for the best experience.
Some gamecubes or wiis may have a damaged 5V line that will not supply enough power for the phob to function.
Native control must be on and wiis without the built in ports are not compatible.
The main settings you’ll want to play with when your controller arrives to get the feeling right are the X-axis delay and shield drop values.
If you are used to playing with a capacitor or pode, setting x-axis delay somewhere 5-9 will feel most natural, and allow you to do down & in single motion ledgedashes in the 7-9 range. You can also set the y-axis snapback filter to 0 to further improve ledgedashes, at the tradeoff of vertical snapback returning.
For shield drop corners, y-axis value -0.7375 provides the best feeling shield drops and ledgedashes.
Raising it higher up to -0.6875 opens up ftilt out of crouch and another step up at -0.6750 will let you walk out of asdi down to open up more reversal opportunities.
|Dimensions||7 × 5 × 4 in|