Today we a take a peek at the PSIO and the way it is packaged, what is on the packaging and the packaging itself. Yes, you got … Continue reading
Quick, down memory lane! This one was a fun video to put together, slowly piecing an AMD Athlon K7 onto a brand new, old … Continue reading
Finally, a repair where nothing caught fire. I was surprised when simply applying a lightly heated soldering iron fixed the problem and appeased the pixel gods! The gods … Continue reading
When I revise for university exams I seem to be in a habit of falling asleep rewatching lecture recordings. Heck, I nearly fall asleep during lectures I attend. I’ve found the only way to stay engaged with the material is … Continue reading
These two Game Boys were just waiting to be played. I wish I had been able to source a link cable to battle myself at Tetris. Unfortunate, but … Continue reading
This is one interesting piece of hardware. The ROM from the cartridge was dumped a couple of days ago (see the post just before this one) and indicated … Continue reading
At long last, the Dreamcast Arcade Stick Checker Version 2.00 BIOS is free of the black box it has been living in for the past twenty years. The hunt for 1.00 begins, and the betas? Will the search never end? … Continue reading
Always ground your ground, that’s the lesson learnt here! Nice and simple. That picture looks amazing. Here’s to the next 20 years of that screen working … Continue reading
PIC microchips 12C508, 12C508A, 12C509, 12C509A, 12F508, and 12F629 are all cross-compatible as they have the same pinout as each other.
– SCPH-7502 / PU-22
Am I missing any models? Send me a message … Continue reading
Before installation, be sure to either cover the bottom of the circuit board with electrical tape or place electrical tape on the metal shielding where the chip will sit.
– Sega Saturn Disassembly Model Identification
– Phantom Universal Model 1 … Continue reading