Published on March 11th,2011 at 11:43 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

[Gadget Porn] Super Famicom innards

[Gadget Porn] Naked Super Famicom

I must admit that I am quite of a curious guy in general, and when one of my gear happens to die, from either natural causes or due to some random accident, I always find time to open it up and check what was hiding beneath its plastic or metallic case.
As a video game freak, I also happen to own several working and some non-working retro gaming consoles, and today for an ongoing project, I decided that it was about time to check what Nintendo was hiding in its Super Famicom (Super Nintendo) that just happened to die on me last year. Since I am sure that many of you are as curious as I am, I decided to take some pictures of my dead Super Famicom innards and share them with you. Be careful, some of the shots below are not for the faint-hearted.

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Comments
 

  • xnnc

    Just like you, but i don’ t have as much console as you

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SDOSIFZ65CJELOKJPPGRPVQIQE Mark

    whats the use of this article anyway.. just for your own sake… no explanation… keep it to your self then dude…

  • Minofz

    looks like the same as my american Super NES, except for the enclosure

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000567069570 Brazos Surfat

    Have you tried to replace/check the fuse?
    Usually only the fuse or the 7805 next to it die.
    The fuse is the small thingy in the upper left, wich is above the cut-out in the mainboard.
    The 7805 is the large “transistor”, in fact voltage stabilizer.

 

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