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Sup guys what do you think of my restoration job.
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9/9
goodjob.
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>>1762867
og/99
breddy good
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I think you posted the before pic instead of the after one
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>>1762867
op you should quit your day job, demand for such highly skilled work is high
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op is drakkin
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why didn't we get the original famicom design in the states? fucking nintendo.
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>>1762970
I think the original famicom looks like shit.
I LOVE the cartridge designs and colors though.
wish we could have had that.
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>>1762970
Crash of 83
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>>1762970
The Famicom came out around the time of the video game crash in the US, and NoA felt that the console would need to look less like a game system in order to sell well.
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>>1762984
There's a point where they almost turned it into a real computer. The prototype even exists and all.
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Hey guys, what do you think of my modification job.
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>>1763557
That looks like a top loader.
Die in hell.
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>>1763557
Doesn't look secure. A lot of that stuff looks like it might jostle around during use. You should try more glue.
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>>1763557
What's it do?
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>>1763559
yup, it's an AV famicom, and it was a PC10 PPU mod
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>>1763557
>drakon.jpg
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>>1763568
what even is going on here.
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Had to break the heatsink, the fucker was in the way.

>>1763572
Exactly
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>>1763559
Top loaders are inferior. The don't even have composite out.
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>>1763601
But.. no bad pin connections...
Not a very hard choice though. A/V wins.
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>>1763613
Realistically, bad pin connections are easy to fix.
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What do you guys think of my mod job?
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>>1763620
What is the point of lifting the chip?
Don't you just sever one or two connections and bridge them to another pin?
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>>1763631
>what's the point of lifting the chip

Do you even lift anon?
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>>1763620
Where's the glue though?
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>>1763648
ran out after this sweet custom case
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>>1763684
Jesus Christ.

If whoever did this actually used a mold, it could have been super cool.
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i have a bunch of these i guess i could dump a few.
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>>1762867
10/10 very period accurate looks just like an NES from 1998
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>>1763710
What's happening here, trying to transform a front loader into a top loader mutant?
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>>1763721
yup, i don't think it was drakkin, but it was definitely his level of glue.
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>>1763735
It's like that ps2 modchip acquired life and tried to break it's way out.
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>>1763752
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>>1763735
I don't think there are people in this world with the same hot glue bending abilities as drakkin.
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hey guys
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>>1763782
>kill me
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>>1763768
He does it on purpose.
He legit changes a resister, which usually lowers the quality, and tries to encase everything in hot glue so nobody will be able to reverse engineer his custom mod. dude is a fucking schitzo.
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>>1763782
Is it weird that the only thing that's ever been weird to me is that he used two separate controllers.
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>>1763786
I suppose that's why he does these convoluted cable-fest too.

>>1763568
>>1763557

I bet he want's to make his mods look complicated and hard to understand so nobody would try to steal his precious business.
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>>1763803
With a couple google searches you can find some red flags so he's lost a lot of business.
Now he's into selling romhacks.
The romhacking community was very welcoming of him and his buy my mod mentality.
they weren't
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>>1763620
I literally burst out laughing when I clicked on this picture
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>>1763727
How? The Wiikey fusion doesn't require that much work. Even if you are using separate wires and not re-purposing an IDE cable. How do you fuck up that bad?
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>>1763825
>fuck up that bad
This is a confirmation pic from drakkon.
You can tell it's his workbench because he doesn't use a sponge and just throws solder everywhere
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>>1763839
Confirmation of what? That he's retarded?
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>>1763869
That he did a fine job and is about to ship it back to a paying customer.
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>>1763872
>someone paid for that

What a horrible world.
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>>1763873
He charges a fuck ton too, a guy paid like 700$ to have his famicon not work anymore.
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>>1763875
Does he at least offer refunds? Claiming to have modded something only to ruin it is kind of a big deal.
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>>1763902
nope, he also melted the fuck out of the case, i posted some pictures.
It's the one with 100lbs of hot glue holding the switch in
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>>1763906
Sounds like something you should sue for. $700 is a lot to just fuck someone out of because you couldn't follow through with a service you sold.
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>>1763912
He claimed it worked before he shipped it. He sent out a video showing him booting it up, although he didn't have a tv to test the rgb on.
He also has disclaimers saying he won't refund or even fix anything for free.
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>>1763912
I've never even heard of this guy, and I'm on /vr/ quite a bit...but.. my God the horror.
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>>1763932
So he didn't show a test of the the console working before shipping and it was dead on arrival?
He's legally responsible. This can't be real, he'd be sued for everything he's worth.
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>>1763941
IIRC it was a circle jerk that went on for months before he got it back, i'll try and find the "customer review" for you
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http://16bitgamer.forumotion.ca/t44-drakon-s-modding-service-price-guide
here's his website while i dig
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>>1763963
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>>1763007

Kinda counter intuitive they changed the name instead of calling the family computer as well
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>>1763968
Wait wait wait. You're saying this guy will fill my NES with hot glue for only $600? That's a bargain! Sounds like the guy doing the review was just ungrateful.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QMH-xp-WtI
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>>1763963
>>1763968
So it wasn't until after the customer demanded that he take responsibility for his faulty work/destruction that Drakkin added the disclaimer to the price guide?
That right there is something that would not hold up in a court of any kind, and Drakkin would be fully responsible for reimbursement. This goes double because he was unable to test the console before shipping it out TWICE because he lacked necessary equipment. There's no way he could confirm it was working before it left his "shop".

The customer should have followed through on this through the legal system. Probably would have gotten back half of what he put into it.

As for "Jason at Gametech", that url seems to be dead. However, it seems that he set up shop at game-tech.us instead. And he actually does have goo feedback.
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>>1764000
What did he do, cover it in clay and then paint it?
Even wall paint used on consoles isn't going to do that. Even if it were applied with a brush.

There's no way to fuck up a paintjob like that unless it's deliberate.
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>>1764008
That's actually not drakon
and i think it's white out
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Half of my night has been spent reading that NG thread. These pictures are sickening.
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>>1764048
after extremely negative feedback he decided it's not his mod
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>>1764081
A while back I spent a few days and went through 30+ pages
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>>1763615
only to get worn out again, the top loader is superior, period, even with RF-only

you can EASILY mod it to output composite, or mod it to output composite, svid & RGB with a NESRGB

fuck drakon btw. holy shit these mods lol
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>>1764004
jason is awesome, you can see his work on his youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GameTechUS/videos

he's done mods & repairs on a few of my consoles. great communication, works fast and will do pretty much everything you ask him, to the letter. some of his custom work leaves a little to be desired aesthetically (he could do a better job of filing holes to make them cleaner) but functionally there are no problems.
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>>1764136
oh, hi Jason
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>>1764136
>shameless plug

He is certainly not cheap. He has the highest prices on the Internet so good luck.
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>>1764136
i wonder if he could pic up NTSC NES for me and rgb mod it coz PAL ones are shit
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>>1763768
You just inspired me to make this. (I also made the infamous "Drakon Power" picture as an in-joke for some folks on IRC once.
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>>1763996
The glue looks like spiderwebs. This is just torture
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You fuckers got something to say?
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>>1764157
who would win
Drakkon or Spiderman?
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>>1764174
Spider Man's webs deteriorate after a while, hot glue is forever. Drakkon by attrition.
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>>1764142
can you recommend anyone that does quality work for less than game-tech?
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>>1764169
What're you gonna do, hotglue us?
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>>1764187
he would summon hot glue dragon
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>>1764202
Impossible. I've seen his work, and he's nowhere near that accurate with hotglue.
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>>1764206
hot glue Slime then
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>>1764213
Hot glue spider
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>>1764219
What the fuck is that?
Why was the most obvious solution not to use shorter wire, or even just press it down? Is he really this dumb?
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>>1764225
this spider looks adorable, i like it actually
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>>1763687
It kinda looks neat as it is.
Like a jellyfish or something.
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>>1762976
this
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>>1763620
do you even lift
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>>1764219
this makes me smile
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>>1764008
I think that is liquid paper
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>>1764383

It reminds me of a Metriod.
I like it
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>>1763991

Isn't there anything that cannot be fixed with the magic of hot glue?
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>>1763963
So hold up. Are you telling me that this idiot actually payed the initial 365 bucks plus 150 for an rgb mod kid. Just so he can play his top loading NES with composite and s-video?

I know he wants the authentic experience but jesus h christ, for that price you can just buy a god damned tv with a vga port and use it as a computer monitor, then sit comfy on his couch and play NES games for free.
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>>1764436
Drakon's reputation?
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>>1762867
I sure showed him.
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I just would like to know, how the fuck are people like him still in business? How can people with that many bad references still be able to find someone willing to pay extraordinary huge amount of money for a work which looks like shit, sometimes works like shit and in general is shit. Nowadays literally every second guy who comes from electrotechnical high school knows how to solder few wires without destroying anything + many of them can also make it aesthetically pleasing. That RGB mod is not hard to do at all and even if it was you can still buy already modded console (or original one from Nintendo, I think French ones came with SCART) and it will still be cheaper that what he wants for that.
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>>1763970
At least that's a nice PPU shielding, no jailbars I guess.
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>>1764184
Skips seems to do pretty nice works, I don't know how much he asks though.

I've been thinking on sending him my front loader nes to RGB mod it, seeing that he lives in Arizona so I can skip the shipping process, but I want to get the board first.

I also don't know how to contact him...yet
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>>1764508
You sure did anon, you sure did.
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>>1763875
>>1763906
>>1763912

This was Phonedork's AV Famicom, and this is his story.
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>>1764850
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>>1764853
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>>1764857
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPbDvqFdjG4#t=969

You can see it here.
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>>1764873
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>>1764914
>entire top of case is melted beyong recognition

the fuck.
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>>1764918
He used a heatgun on it
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>>1764920
Has anyone went to his house and punched him in the dick yet?
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>>1764927
He lives in canada, so i doubt it.
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>>1764918
>>1764920
Don't forget that he still charged big for that job, just refunded 75 dollars.
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>>1764873
Holy shit that guy is annoying.
Trying so hard to be funny with his dudebro humor.
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>>1764964
According to the last picture, it says he didn't even subtract the 75 dollars. What a bastard.
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i assume this guy is some incompetent child running a get rich quick scheme, right?

i shudder to think a grown man would, could engage in such butchery
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>>1764994
Perhaps he is mentally retarded with a knack for nostalgia and electronics.
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>>1762867
My Goo Gone is tingling.
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Op here, wow t-thanks for the replies.

I was just joking about what a pos my childhood NES is. It's missing almost every screw from my childish attempts to fix the mechanism to keep the cartridge down.

I tried a pin repair and replaced screws.
I'm leaving all the shit on it because muh memories.... Can't find my PSU at the moment, ohwell.
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>>1765076
also, jesus, Drakan is a fucking dick.

I should get into this mod shit if this asshat is makin $500 a shot for that shit. I got a fucking soldering iron and a worth ethic so my shit will be a 1000x better than his.
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>>1765076
>stuttering text
stop being a faggot
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>>1765076
Nintendo actually still sells new PSUs for NES if you ever can't find it, but I imagine ebay would be cheaper
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>>1765076
did you repaired the mechanism? I'm having the same problem, it just wont stay down, but that only happens when I assemble it again, if it doesn't have the upper case it will work.
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>>1765123
The screws holding the black part down shouldn't be screwed all the way down as it causes it to flex to the point where the locking mechanism for pressing the game down doesn't lock.
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>>1765114
Okay, faggot.

>>1765123
No, that was when I was a kid. It's really annoying because it works when it's not in the nes, but as soon as you screw it down, it's impossible... Huh yeah that's a pretty obvious fix now, huh?
>>1765139
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>>1765123
>>1765143
>>1765139
I had the same problem until I realized there's a little tab under the cartridge tray, be sure to slide it to be under the circuit board like pic related. People usually just lay it on top of it and screw it down, that's what causes that problem.
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Speaking of Drakon, I managed to find a Game Action Replay on eBay on auction, which ended up going for an absurd amount of money in the end. I remember reading about the GAR years ago and thought "man this would be cool to own". It sorta worked, I could never figure out how the "save state" mechanism worked. It also turns out that the cartridge connector was shit, and one of the pins fell out after I pulled out my game.

So I decided to turn to him for help. I sent him the thing and he managed to work on it, however, he mentions he couldn't get it to work. I figured that it might've been the SRAM thing, which is stored by an EEPROM and will be erased should the battery die. He said he could do it, but he didn't have the exact EEPROMs at the time, and wanted me to buy him a set of 10 for $40. I said fuck that, I might as well have it sent to Leon, from Game Reproductions, to have the SRAM restored, since that's one of his services. I told him to mail it to Leon, but it turns out that the package never got to him, and it returned to Drakon. So he had it sent back to me so I could send it, and I'm left with a paperweight. I think it cost me $100 to have it "fixed", even though it doesn't work. God damn shame there is no one in the USA who can restore the SRAM, the only guy that does so is in Canada, and I don't feel like paying double digit shipping to have it sent back to me non-working anyway.

Well, I can only hope someone is selling another one of them on eBay again.
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>>1765196
*tableflip and unscrew NES for third time in 12 hours*
Yep.
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Well shit
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>>1765407
I love it when my consoles are nice and gooey like a fresh batch of cookies.
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>>1765418
>vga port

EVERY TIME
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>>1765464
>>1765418
What the fuck is that even.
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>>1765512
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>>1765514
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>>1765471
That's another piece of art by drakon.
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>>1765514

That rightmost black wire is legit the shittiest solder connection I've ever seen.
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>>1766253
As long as you glue it tight it'll be fine
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>>1765673
Beyond that, what is it supposed to be?
What is it's purpose in it's horrible chimaera life?
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>>1769129
lt's a gba with vga out
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>>1769145
..that's it?
The Genesis serves no purpose than to house the VGA-Out?
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>>1769151
yeah, my guess is he destroyed the innards
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>>1769158
Okay, I can understand that the power was probably rerouted to the Genesis power button, and the thing probably plugs into the wall..

But how do you even control the games?
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>>1769168
if you came to me a few months ago when I actually read everything skips said about it i could help you out. But sadly I cannot remember.
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>>1769172
After a brief search, all I found was Drakon himself saying:
>Built in about 2 days. This's a fully consolized gameboy advance. I've built both a snes and arcade controller that work great with it.
So I guess it's a custom solution. And it's probably just as disfigured as this.. "Geneboy Advance," as he likes to call it.
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>>1769225
>that glue all over that hole next to the video port
You just know this thing has to be absolutely full of hot glue. Look at the ribbon cable he stuffed into the GBA too it looks like its covered with it as well.
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>>1769231
you're just jelly of his skills
how many gba's have you consolized
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>>1764850
>>1764853
>>1764857
>>1764873
>>1764914
I don't understand the point of sending a console out instead of modding it yourself, especially with the tutorials and resources online GameTechUS comes to mind. But even then, this shit is inexcusable. It makes me so fucking mad.
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>>1769236
Some people have more money than time
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Since someone bumped already...

Found my snes!
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>>1769242
Wow, Drakon really upped his quality.
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>>1769242
what's the deal with that random mobo?
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>>1769249
I haven't got around to tossing it. It fried when I pulled the built in WiFi card out because???

Must have been ESD. That finally made me buy a wrist strap.

Really pissed me off, had to drop $80 on an antique mobo to get my server back up, and it still doesn't have enough SATA ports.
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>>1769252
If it was new, you could have claimed it was fried upon arrival. There's no way for them to prove it wasn't, and most manufacturers have good warranties.
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>>1769254
it was old enough for him to not be able to get everything he needed in the replacement.
frying old mobos is the worst, that's why i'm on a shitty laptop currently. I can either settle for a dated one or upgrade everything.
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>>1769254
nah, it was an AMD M3A32, lasted like 6+ years, was doing fine too, I just thought I'd be a smart ass and pull out the wi-fi module which had been doing fine all this time just being disabled in the bios.

Sucks because it was a premium board. Replaced it with a midrange board with only 4 SATA ports, and two of them don't even work because the RAID controller is so fucked it can't handle anything.

I was stuck in a really shitty price point, where I couldn't upgrade without buying an entirely new system, but I was happy with all the components I had already. (6 gigs ram, Phenom 4 2.4, 6 sata ports)
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>>1769271
Extra fun: cooling clip on new motherboard snapped as soon as I applied pressure, had to retrieve clip from the badass ABIT board and use that.

When I fucked everything up I was cleaning the system out and upgrading it to PWM fans and moving it to a bigger case so I could slam all my hard drives in it. I took off the northbridge cooler because I wasn't doing anything crazy with it anymore, upgraded my gaming rig. Took more force than I was comfortable with.

So either removing the heatpipe cooler, or the wifi card.
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>>1769236
I dunno anon, some people don't want to touch a soldering iron not even with a 2-meter stick.

As for me, I did my SNES and N64 rgb mod, but I never had to remove anything for those, I'm a little nervous about doing the NES one because I have to remove the PPU and I'm not very skillful with the solder iron, also the board it's pretty expensive so I don't want to mess around with my rookie hands, so I've been thinking on sending just this one.
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>>1764219
What the holy fuck
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>>1769225
>Destroying Genesises like that
The horror
THE
HORROR
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Sup guys i just rated my game
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>>1773663
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>>1773663
shit is that for the nes-001?
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>>1773809
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95eUhuR8_ps
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>>1773809
It's for atari and its super rare
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>>1773809
The first Nintendo DS?
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>>1773847
$13,000
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>>1773852
still cheaper than dashcon
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>>1773816
What a tool. Research does not mean checking the highest prices listing on Ebay and going from there.

Also, how old is that video? Steve Buschemi looks really young.
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>>1773897
It's only some years old.
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>>1773897
Its ok. That Hispanic guy killed himself.
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>>1773927
Well that makes it worthwhile, I suppose.
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>>1773927
how?
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>>1773983
Stuffed his muffler with something and asphyxiated in the car in his garage.
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>>1774004
holy shit this is true. what have you guys done?!? all he wanted was a mint condition nes zero zero one
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>>1773927
That's nothing to be happy about.
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>>1775816
he's happy about it
if it wouldn't satisfy him it wouldn't have been in option
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Do you guys know where I can find a printable label for Castlevania 3 Dracula's Curse, with the original design? Or at least somebody who wouldn't mind make one.

I just can't find it anywhere.
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>>1775816
I'm just unhappy he didn't stream it.
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>>1764927
Fuck that, give him a taste of his own medicine, and cover it in glue. Lots and lots of glue.
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>>1777901
Knowing Drakon he WILL use hot glue on his cock when he gets too old to get it up.
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