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I'll admit it, my thumbnail is the very definition of clickbait. My Nintendo 64 was receiving power, but the screen didn't even flicker and it wouldn't boot any games... The unlikely cause? A bad power supply for reasons unknown to me.
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Chinese 9V power supply vs official Nintendo power supply. This was a poor comparison, I really need an AV capture card to compare video and I didn't even use a multimeter or oscilloscope.
2 days ago, I built a gaming pc that contains Corsair CX750 PSU, i7 6700K, MSI Z170A Gaming Pro and MSI R9 390 8G. The first time I opened a game, I heard that noise. The buzzing sound rises proportionally to the workload of the GPU. When pc is at idle, it buzzes very few, that you can't hear normally. While I am surfing on the internet, I hear the noise sometimes but when I play a game etc. it is very annoying and this getting into my nerves. I think it buzzes more if system demands more power. Until 0:26, sound is normal. Then I stop video and open a game. After that, you can hear electrical noise. It is hard to hear on the video but trust me, it is unbearable. At 1:15, I close game and sound disappears.
Make an external power supply for the sega game gear.
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It's a good idea to test voltages first before the game is hooked up to guard against throwing too much voltage into your board and frying the game.
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Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson shows you how to check the voltage on a classic (or old school) power supply and at the harness connection to the board. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for more videos in the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! Thanks for watching!
This homemade Power Supply Unit is able to power most of retro computers and consoles (at least the most popular ones and ones that are in my collection) just by using a proper adapter-extension cord. For more technical details, parts used, some photos and discussion check out this topic on www.lemon64.com forums http://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=61378 Quick list of some most popular computers and consoles that can be powered by RetroPSU: - C64 along with 1541-II - C16/PLUS4/C128 - Amiga 500/600/1200 - ZX spectrum - Amstrad 464/6128 - Sega Master System/Mega Drive - Nintendo NES/SNES - Atari 2600/65XE/800 - other stuff like SD2IEC, floppy drives etc... I would also like to thanks Mike L for inspiring me to create this PSU - check out his fanpage and Video that made me go f...
GORF is an amazing early multi level multi genre space shooter by Bally Midway. For arcade collectors this can be a notoriously flaky game to keep running. The biggest point of failure is the power supply. Retro Games Party shows you how to convert the cabinet to use a modern switchmode power supply (SMPSU) while keeping the wiring original. This is a drop-in connector and can be built by anyone and replaces the original Midway power supply board. We also give you a tour of the wiring inside the cabinet and some techniques on cleaning up PCB edge connectors and rebuilding snipped wiring looms. Hit the subscribe link below to get our latest videos in your feed and to be notified when new ones go live: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=retrogamesparty Lets stay conne...
On the left side: Cheap 3rd party power supply made for the Game Cube. They clearly made it so that it just pushes enough power to run the unit, and the result is a lot of noise and interference. On the right side: A generic PC power supply at 250 W that I use for testing out different projects. I don't have an original Game Cube power supply but it should definitely look better than on the left. Both captures are through the same cheap RGB SCART cable.
PC Restarts in Games - Heaven Benchmark and FurMark Test Main factor when your PC restarts in games without warning, this may happen after a few minutes or hours of gameplay, is usually the power supply. Problem Fix with a Super Flower Leadex Gold 650W: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KThUdwpAWAQ Also check out - Nvidia Black Screen Restart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH49CoJCfCQ CPU: Haswell i5 4570 MB: MSI Z87-G43 GPU: GTX 970 Mini Itx Ram: 2 x 4Gb 1600Mhz PSU: Corsair VS650 ______________________________________ Presenter: Salli Producer: NIK Editing: NIK Give a like on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/tek.nik.399 Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/TEKHNYK
In this video I go over the new Commodore 64 power supply by Retro Game Supply out of France. Still using that crappy old 1980s brick with your C64, check out this video! You can purchase this PSU from Retro Game Supply https://retrogamesupply.com/ Interested in one of Ray Carlsen's Power supplies? http://personalpages.tds.net/~rcarlsen/ If you would like to donate some funds to the 'Nerd Cave, you can use this link: https://paypal.me/toddsnerdcave Follow me on Twitter and Facebook @ToddsNerdCave
It is INCREDIBLY important to keep your PC clean. Dust build up is the leading cause to PC death. Dust can become conductive which can lead to bigger issues. KEEP YOUR PC CLEAN! In this video it is suspected that the dust may have been causing the internal circuit protection in the PSU to fault which is why it would randomly shut off, and in my case, wouldn't turn on at all. Check out the duster that I used in this video on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2dJPxnV Learn more about Cooler Masters Master Maker lineup at http://www.coolermaster.com ••• Follow me on your favorite Social Media! ••• Facebook = http://www.facebook.com/jayztwocents Twitter = http://www.twitter.com/jayztwocents Instagram = http://instagram.com/jayztwocents# ___ ○○○ All music provided with permission by audiomicro.com...
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http://www.dinkydana.com You can just search "Xbox 360 torx" on eBay for the screwdriver bit. They're really cheap. This video will show you how to fix an Xbox 360 Power Supply. I bought my Xbox 360 Slim a little over a year ago and it's already malfunctioning. The fan stops working and shuts down my xbox. The green light on the power supply turns red and it shuts down. I contacted customer support and since I'm out of my 1 year warranty, they would have to charge me $35 + shipping to send me a replacement power supply. I figure, might as well try to fix the one I have so that's what I did. It did fix the problem of my xbox shutting off after a short period, but unfortunately, it's still making a bit of noise. Better than nothing though.
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Here's a little project I've just finished working on. It's a single laptop style PSU which has been converted to power a Sega Mega Drive, 32x, Mega CD and Master System Mk1 simultaneously! It removes the need for 4 of those separate and stupidly bulky wall wart power adapters. I bought the PSU really cheap on ebay for £10 delivered. It's rated at 9V 4.0A and is perfectly capable of running all the systems. I dug around in my parts bin to find some suitable power cords and soldered everything together. I gutted and used an old cigarette car adapter as the housing to cover the connections and keep everything secure. Here's a video I made a while ago showing my gaming setup and the cable management involved to hook up all the retro systems at one time... http://youtu.be/DPtpJizECDE Thank...
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