Xbox 360:Programming Gowin-based X360ACE Chips

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This article will explain how to program .fs timings on to the Gowin-based X360ACE glitch chips, a supported programmer is required (xFlasher will work, as will any FT2232 device)

- X360ACE V3+

- X360ACE V4

- X360ACE V5

Supported Timings

- RGH1.2 V2


1) Download Gowin EDA from Gowin (account required)

2) Install Gowin EDA after it downloads. You only need the Gowin Programmer, but you can install the main Gowin package if you want

3) When the installer finishes, ensure that you check the box to install the drivers for your operating system (not needed for xFlasher users, the xFlasher drivers are sufficient)

4) Launch Gowin Programmer


5) Change the “Series” to “GW1N”, and ensure the “Device” is set to “GW1N-1”

6) Double click under “Operation” to open the “Device configuration”

7) Change the “Access Mode” to “embFlash Erase, Program”

8) Under “File name”, set the .fs you wish to program


9) The entry should now look like this:


10) Right click anywhere on the entry, and click "Cable Setting", "Cable"


11) Set the "Frequency" to "10MHz" and click "Save", if this does not work, you can try other values


12) Connect your programming cable to the chip according to the below picture, as the pinout does not match other glitch chips


13) Click the “Program/Configure” button



"Cable open failed"

Wait at least 5 seconds after connecting your programmer before clicking “Program/Configure”, and ensure drivers are installed

"ID code mismatch"

Cable not connected correctly, or chip is damaged

Other Errors

Disconnect everything from power and your PC, then connect back and try again Try other frequencies in "Cable Setting"