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sherry
10-18-2010, 02:47 AM
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Do you still remember NES!Classic 8bit console?i think most of us can find the Famicom (FC) shadow in our deep memory, there is no doubt that many many many of us have played it before in our childhood, and also many of the FC games are classic. Naturally FC console can not be replaced by any other video games. And how much more do you know about this wonderful 8bit console?

let’s take a look at some FC pictures, and know more details about it!

NES is short for Nintendo Entertainment System, it was released in July 15th 1983 by Nintendo. Commonly known as Famicom or FC(Family Computer).NES is the Europe version and FC is the Asia version. There are some famous games also…such as《Contra》,《Super Mario》etc.

Hardware & function
CPU: 6502
Binary value number: 8Bits
Operating frequency: NTSC:1.7897725 Mhz ;PAL:1.773447 Mhz
Internal storage: 8KB,6KBVideo memory+2KB mirror image. Max display: 16
Image processor:64 types of colors, there are 52 types of colors after correcting for double counting
SPU(Sound Processor Unit: two rectangle Sound wave processor, one triangular form Sound wave processor, noise processor, PCM digital sound generator
Hardware interface: game cassette interface x1 game handle interface x2 power interface x1, RF video interface, AV video interface, and other interfaces
Game vehicle:ROM
ROM capacity:24KB,40KB,48KB,64KB,80KB,128KB,160KB,256K B。
Other devices: Zapper,Robot。。

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source :
NES Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Entertainment_System)

(http://www.digitopz.com/supercard-ds-two-c-8.html)

Xeyuzio
10-18-2010, 12:52 PM
LOL at the very old workbench, anyways was all of this from NES wiki or just some of it?

EDIT:You should of used spoilers D:

Overlord Nadrian
10-18-2010, 01:32 PM
You're probably one of the most random posters I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot.

A LOT.

Yeah, of course I remember the NES, it had lots of fun (but still crappy) games. It also sucked big time compared to the SEGA Mega Drive.