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Released on November 22, 2005, the Xbox 360 wireless controller is the primary game controller for the Microsoft's Xbox 360 home video game console.

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Which version of the controller do I have? (Evilcontrollers custom)

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I got this controller with my Xbox 360 and I always knew it was custom, but I did not know who did it until yesterday - it turns out to be an Evilcontrollers custom controller. Now that I know who made it, I am wondering which one I have - mainly so I know how much of an unfair advantage I have in local multiplayer Halo games since you can’t readily tell ;).

I cannot show the PCB as the warranty plug is a superglued plug holding the PCB into the case. Until I find out how to remove this (or grind it down WITHOUT killing the PCB), I don’t have any meaningful board photos to show. I do have a little legwork to show for and I have narrowed it down to a Nomad or a MasterMod V1(?). It doesn’t have adjustable triggers, so that quickly eliminated a 3rd possible controller.

How can I tell which version I have? It isn’t particularly valuable compared to a Scuff, but it’s a neat controller to have around.

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Well, doing my digging there is 3 options. Simply put I would just try and see what is capable on the controller (if you haven’t tried changing settings)

https://www.evilcontrollers.com/instruct...

Pretty much just go through the xbox 360 Master, Rapid Fire and Nomad guides and play with it. As I cannot find any indicators for what controller is what exactly.

Sorry cant be more of help but it is a sweet looking controller

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I may end up going through the manuals and seeing which games are shared and cheap that I can get for $10-20 combined total. I can probably pick up cheap NFR, greatest hits test copies or disc only on eBay.

I don't think it's the adjustable since you'd expect it to have hair triggers so that knocks one out relatively easily. It wouldn't shock me if I can tell with classic Halo like CE or 2 since these things tend to be targeted towards shooters.

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That is essentially what they are for to ensure you are getting the quickest shots off. Crouching/jumping immediately once you shoot your first shot. It's insane what these controls can be programmed to do. But essentially it is the same as making macros on a pc.

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@ambientprotect I think I got it. I borrowed a copy of COD 4 for it since that would be the best game to use.

It behaves like the Stealth Adjustable V2.

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