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SITH Paintball DMC / DM5 / DM4 Tournament Chip
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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $80

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Simple drop in replacement chip for your DM4 (LBI Boards), DM5 or DMC Marker. Simple program lets you get out and start playing to the markers full potential within minutes. Don't get out gunned again.

* Features 4 firing modes
1. Semi
2. NXL
3. PSP
4. Ramping 50% after 8 BPS
* Adjustable debounce settings
* Adjustable dwell
* Max rate of fire settings (used for capping rof with eye's on or off)
* Adjustable Anti mechanical bounce settings
* Eye delay adjustment
* L.B.I function
* 100% Tournament Legal
* Compatable with the DYE DMC, DM5 and DM4's with LBI Boards.
Product Availability 
The SITH Paintball DMC / DM5 / DM4 Tournament Chip is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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RolandOG Wednesday, October 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Immortal Viking, DM5, A-5 w/Egrip and JCS duel trigger, Angel Speed 05, ION
Marker Setup: Blue Fade Proto Matrix 05 w/S.I.T.H. board
Halo B
FBM Hooker Feedneck
System X ASA
7 bore Scepter Kit
Crossfire 70/4500 Stubby
Strengths: Speed, adjustability of features/modes
Weaknesses: None found
Review: This review is for the Proto Matrix version of the S.I.T.H. Tournament Program, which is a replacement board.

Features:

Anti Bolt Stick
Adjustable Debounce
Adjustable Dwell
Adjustable Max. ROF (eyes off and tournament mode cap)
Adjustable Anti-Mechanical Bounce
Adjustable Eye Delay

Modes:

1 - Semi-auto
2 - NXL (semi for 3 shots, 4th shot full auto, unlimited ROF)
3 - PSP (semi for 3 shots, 4th shot ramping, unlimited ROF)
4 - 50% Ramping after 8 BPS, unlimited ROF

All modes can be capped to make them tournament legal

Installation/programming:

Installation of the board is simple, just pop the stock board and buttons out and replace them with the S.I.T.H. board and the slightly longer buttons that come with the board. Reconnect your wires and put the dipswitches in whatever configuration you wish. I put dipswitches 1 (ABS), 2 (anti-mechanical bounce) and 4 (programming mode) in the up (on) position with dipswitch 3 down (off) (ROF cap). The S.I.T.H. Tournament program works just like the stock chip using the LED light on the back of the grip frame. Enter programming mode by holding down the trigger while turning on the marker. The LED light will flash through a series of colors and stop on green (debounce). You then release the trigger and toggle to whatever mode you want to change (changes to settings are made just like the stock board). Once you make your changes then move dipswitch 4 down to tournament lock and turn off the marker.

Performance:

Iíve shot/played with a lot of different markers (Angel Speed 05, DM5, Proto 05, Immortal Viking, ION, Egripped A-5, B2K). The Angel, DM5 and Viking w/musashi are all insanely fast and the Proto w/S.I.T.H. board matches them easily. Iíve never owned a gun that shot so fast. Iíve played with it in PSP (ramping, unlimited ROF) and I couldnít believe how fast I was going through paint. I play back in both the woods and speedball so I need to lay down a LOT of paint for my teammates. Itís soooo easy to do that now. I used to buy a single case for a day of walk-on play but not any more. Iíll have to buy 2 cases of paint now or Iíll be out by early afternoon. I guess I could turn the MROF down but why would I want to do that?

This board rips!
Conclusion: The installation and programming for this board is really easy. It has a LOT of adjustability/features and an incredible ROF. My Proto has never fired so fast. Iíll never use the stock board or any other in my Proto. Why are you still reading this and not buying the Hotshot S.I.T.H. Tournament Program?!
Rating:
10 out of 10
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MrPowers Thursday, September 29th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Proto Board
Marker Setup: Proto M5 With a Halo B & SITH Chip
Strengths: Speed... Very fast eye logic.
No capping in any mode.
Relatively easy to program...
Weaknesses: Very funny... I have found none.
Review: After some slight adjustments and settings... I put my Halo on it, and let it rip... And HOLY CRAP.


I have a stock halo B, I can tell the software delays are hardly allowing for the loader to catch up... On NXL Full auto, you can here the fire difference between shots, it is ready to fire before the loader can feed it. It is amazing stuff, I need a V-board to go with...

Semi- Fun, but I've used semi so much, and though I have to say it is much faster than stock. My Fingers aren't fast enough to keep up though...

NXL- A sweet mode, but it doesn't give the same good feeling that constantly pulling the trigger does. Don't get me wrong though, It is awesome, but I don't think it will be my favorite.

PSP - This is the sweetest mode period. When Un-capped, it is sooo smoking fast. I prefer this mode... even though the paint is gone really quickly... The when the shots are added, it is obvious and I have never heard my gun fire so fast. The only time it slowed down was when waiting for the Halo to catch up. It is unbelivable how this thing dumps paint.

50%@8bps... As said, a showoff mode... fun to play with, but I like PHP the best... It can waste paint, but PSP mode seems to just as good.

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Eye logic is freakin fast... .5 milliseconds... Yes... It is extremely fast.

Other settings, I am not familier with tweaking yet. Will report when I am used to playing with them...

I also need a V35 Halo before I can even get this gun near its potential.
Conclusion: Buy it... I have seen Matrixes with the other boards. None of them are as sick... or as fast as this. This board makes a Standard Halo look slow, and puts many guns to shame.

Even in Semi mode... I noticed it was faster when setting were properly adjusted. It is simply awesome how fast this gun is with this board.


Rating:
10 out of 10
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Five-O Thursday, September 15th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Chip (DM4 & DM5), Tadao Chip (DM4)
Marker Setup: DM5 mostly stock except for the S.I.T.H. chip, 68/4500 HP Crossfire, Halo B
Strengths: Fast, Easy, Fun
Weaknesses: Have to buy more paint.
Review: When the chip is set up correctly it dumps paint unbelievably. My AMB and Debounce are set to "0" and the rest are set to stock settings. The different firing modes are very entertaining, but the firing mode I like best is #4, the ramping mode. You may have the ability to fling paint with anyone, but the only draw back is that you'll be buying more paint for your games.
Conclusion: I recommend this chip for anyone that has a S.I.T.H. Chip capable marker.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, September 15th, 2005 at 11:18 pm PST
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