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Here's some pics of the original NES motherboard with the RF modulator removed: http://img165.imageshack.us/img165/6190/phonepictures042dt3.th.jpg http://img165.imageshack.us/img165/4485/phonepictures044di9.th.jpg http://img165.imageshack.us/img165/2717/phonepictures043hk1.th.jpg http://img165.image...
- Sat Aug 09, 2008 8:34 am
- Forum: 1980's Gaming
- Topic: Would this fit in a YOBO cart slot?
- Replies: 13
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Relocating a cartridge slot really isn't all that difficult as long as you use flux. Desoldering the cartridge slot is the most difficult part by far. All you would accomplish by using those pins is that you would need to solder 72 more things.
- Thu Jul 24, 2008 8:49 pm
- Forum: Hacking Videogame Consoles - The Book
- Topic: SNES or mini-SNES
- Replies: 6
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While the board of the first versions of the original SNES is pretty big, the board in the later version is very similar to the SNES mini. The main difference is that it is about 2" wider, and a lot of that width is grounding strips that can be cut smaller. Here's a comparison: http://img510.imagesh...
I originally finished this portable in the middle of June, but the screen broke and I had to wait a few weeks to get a new one. It ended up being about 3/8" thicker than I intended and the paint job isn't great (it has bubbles in it), but it works well and is fairly small. It uses a Super Joy 3 and ...