Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by MarioOwnsAll » Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:09 pm

How much are you charging for this portable all together?

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Post by hailrazer » Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:18 pm

I will let the buyer decide of he wants to say or not :)
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by MarioOwnsAll » Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:20 pm

hailrazer wrote:I have used lot's of different epoxies and they all did what you are describing. That's why I went with a more expensive one that is actually made to bond to plastic. It sands super smooth and feathers out perfectly.

Now for an update. I decided to do the expansion pack relocation. It was a big fat pain in the butt. 36 tiny wires. Each one had to be stripped on both ends while being held with tweezers. Then I had to solder them using tweezers and a lighted magnifying glass.

Got the whole thing done, triple checked everything, turned it on, .......... and NOTHING.... :evil:

Checked for shorts and found none. Was about to give up and I found it, one tiny loose wire. :oops:
Soldered it back on and perfection. :lol:

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Now if anybody says anything except words of awe and praise for my work, I will hunt them down and beat them with a dead cold blooded penguin.

Stayed tuned for more.................When I can actually see again. :D
I am impressed, it is not easy to relocate the epx pack

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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by MarioOwnsAll » Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:29 pm

hailrazer wrote:I will let the buyer decide of he wants to say or not :)
oh, how much would a gamecube portable cost? I really like your Ncube portable

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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by hailrazer » Tue Nov 24, 2009 3:44 pm

MarioOwnsAll wrote:
hailrazer wrote:I will let the buyer decide of he wants to say or not :)
oh, how much would a gamecube portable cost? I really like your Ncube portable
Around $700
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by hailrazer » Mon Nov 30, 2009 5:35 pm

Ok another update :

Finished the cart slot relocation and I added copper heatsinks on the chips:

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Post by Michaelthurston » Mon Nov 30, 2009 5:52 pm

Wow Hail, That Cartslot relocation is sexy! :lol:
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by argelfraster » Mon Nov 30, 2009 6:20 pm

Lookin' good!
Why are the traces near the CPU and RCP so weird looking though?

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Post by Zeturi » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:51 pm

Looks like the ram sinks will work out well, then. I think I will try them when I resume my n64 portable. What are you using to hold them on? I used hot glue. (Noobish, but it kept the system cool enough and I though it looked cool.)
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by hailrazer » Mon Nov 30, 2009 8:13 pm

argelfraster wrote: Why are the traces near the CPU and RCP so weird looking though?
I have no idea what you're talking about.
Zeturi wrote:Looks like the ram sinks will work out well, then. I think I will try them when I resume my n64 portable. What are you using to hold them on? I used hot glue. (Noobish, but it kept the system cool enough and I though it looked cool.)
Super glued them on :)
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by Zeturi » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:02 pm

Long as it holds, awesome. Which kind? The stuff that takes a day to set, or the 30-second stuff?
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by hailrazer » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:23 pm

Zeturi wrote:Long as it holds, awesome. Which kind? The stuff that takes a day to set, or the 30-second stuff?
The 30 second stuff. It set remarkably fast and it has a 350 degree melting point so I'm not worried about it failing :)
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by mako321 » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:27 pm

1. why didn't you just do a 90 degree cart slot relocation from the front?
2. what revision mobo is that?

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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by hailrazer » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:39 pm

mako321 wrote:1. why didn't you just do a 90 degree cart slot relocation from the front?
2. what revision mobo is that?
1. Because the cart is going to be sitting back on the board about 1" further than a 90 degree would have got me.

2. No idea
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Re: Hailrazer's 2nd N64 - The Kamikaze64

Post by J.D » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:45 pm

Looks good, Hailrazer! You should try to make a Sega Saturn laptop.

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