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Old 15 September 2018, 23:44   #5781
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The original console, yes. I think he's saying that the NES Mini has a more powerful CPU than a Neo Geo Mini. No idea why that would be the case.
The NES classic mini has a better cpu than the Neo Geo Mini but the cpu in the Neo Geo mini seems to be enough for what it's supposed to do. Maybe the Neo Geo emulator is more optimised than the NES emulator.
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Old 19 September 2018, 14:17   #5782
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Finally got the precious :
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Old 19 September 2018, 14:19   #5783
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On a kitchen table, I am sure family is happy
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Old 19 September 2018, 14:21   #5784
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On a kitchen table, I am sure family is happy
yes it is This is my living room table
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Old 20 September 2018, 18:01   #5785
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The original console, yes. I think he's saying that the NES Mini has a more powerful CPU than a Neo Geo Mini. No idea why that would be the case.
What does he intend to do with the CPU? Run Neo Geo games, which it obviously can, or crack the SHA-256 code?
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Old 21 September 2018, 23:44   #5786
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What did I buy today? Suzo The Arcade Joystick. Early 1980s manufactered joystick.

One of the best joysticks ever made imho. Solid steel shaft, and suzo manufactered microswitches. Their very brand of microswitches used in this joystick was also used in some of the early 1980 arcade machines.


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Old 22 September 2018, 00:48   #5787
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Finally got the precious :
do you buy it from france or via yahoo japan ?

what the price?

if i want to buy something like yours , what is the "good" price for it ?

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Old 22 September 2018, 00:52   #5788
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do you buy it from france or via yahoo japan ?

what the price?

if i want to buy it, what is the "good" price for it ?
I bought it from the Beep Shop at Akihabara.

I paid the X68000 XVI fully revised with a PSU euro compatible, a capcom fighter stick, the mouse and the keyboard + shipping 1172 euros.

with the custom fee, add 240 euros (total 1440 euros).

it depends the money you have for this.
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Old 22 September 2018, 01:50   #5789
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dlfrsilver will you make a video of it working?
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Old 22 September 2018, 10:39   #5790
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dlfrsilver will you make a video of it working?
Yes, once i get from USA the VGA adaptator.

Next, i will also buy a NEC LCD multisync monitor and a good pair of sound baffles
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Old 22 September 2018, 11:28   #5791
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I bought it from the Beep Shop at Akihabara.

I paid the X68000 XVI fully revised with a PSU euro compatible, a capcom fighter stick, the mouse and the keyboard + shipping 1172 euros.

with the custom fee, add 240 euros (total 1440 euros).

it depends the money you have for this.
thanks
i love to watch a video of it too
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Old 22 September 2018, 16:27   #5792
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Yes, once i get from USA the VGA adaptator.

Next, i will also buy a NEC LCD multisync monitor and a good pair of sound baffles
My experience with the NEC LCD Multisync (1970) together with the X68000 has not been excellent.
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Old 22 September 2018, 16:53   #5793
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My experience with the NEC LCD Multisync (1970) together with the X68000 has not been excellent.
you have a monitor to advise me with ?
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Old 23 September 2018, 01:26   #5794
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I've just bought a C64C. Ahem... because I hadn't one of these .

In working order for only 46€ including a dual switchless kernal and also a Lumafix.

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/suAAA...PY/s-l1600.jpg
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Old 23 September 2018, 07:16   #5796
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Oh my God!!. I didn't buy anything; I just became a patreon of this cracy channel. You see: "My name is ???íƒ???tí? & I'm a retroholic" .

In his latest video he was fixing his glasses and in the former he was dancing with his dog... Well, I think that he also fixed some vintage machine on the meanwhile, dunno

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6g...gaLfs3o2znuqXA

Around a week ago I saw something about a raffle, so I just posted something to participate. I'm not sure if it was "Wii-Wii" or "new-house-with-pool" or "gold-ingot"...

And today he has been giving gifts to here and there and Mongolia... using a Robot

[ Show youtube player ]

And it seems that I've won... I don't remember... ¿A Wii?


This cracy man is paying sending costs even. (...)

So that's it.
Oh, well, I've posted him some details about my address:

"...I live in a rare island and every mail has to be delivered by private airplane (and limousine and so) by the ruler of our kingdom in Arboria. Did you say that you were paying sending costs? ?"

...this is the promotional video for tourists of my location here in Arboria. I live very near Sentinelese. How to say? Go straight ahead for (ahem)... two days, then turn to the right, count eight trees and there you are... Welcome!!!. :

[ Show youtube player ]

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Old 23 September 2018, 07:29   #5797
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Oh my God!!. I didn't buy anything; I just became a patreon of this cracy channel. You see: "My name is ???íƒ???tí? & I'm a retroholic" .

In his latest video he was fixing his glasses and in the former he was dancing with his dog... Well, I think that he also fixed some vintage machine, dunno

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6g...gaLfs3o2znuqXA

About a week ago I saw something about a draw, so I just posted something to participate.

And today he has been giving gifts to here and there and Mongolia...

[ Show youtube player ]

And it seems that I've won... I don't remember... ¿A Wii?


This cracy man is even paying sending costs

So that's it.
Oh, well, I've posted him some details about my address:

"...I live in a rare island and every mail has to be delivered by private airplane (and limousine and so) by the ruler of our kingdom in Arboria. Did you say that you were paying sending costs? ?"

...this is the promotional video for tourists of my location here in Arboria. My location is very near Sentinelese. How to say? Go straight ahead for (ahem)... two days, then turn to the right, count eight trees and there you are... Welcome!!!. :

[ Show youtube player ]
His content is great, but I find Perifractic hard to watch - his style just rubs me up the wrong way for some reason. I much prefer 8-Bit guy's style.
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I was thinking the same, but I hadn't won a Wii
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I was thinking the same, but I hadn't won a Wii


I still subscribe to his channel as occasionally his content is too good not to watch.
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