Este é um vídeo mostrando um Super Nintendo Preto, por fora e por dentro com a placa Raspberry pi 2 montado em casa e rodando o sistema Retropie 3.2 e alguns detalhes.

Lista de componentes usados no projeto:

Esquema de ligação da fonte e chave liga/desliga:



Pack com Roms Mame, Fba, Neo Geo (Arcade):

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Pack com Roms Mega Drive:

OBS: Apenas usei uma carcaça pura sem a placa que encontrei no mercado livre não foi sacrificado nenhum SNES intacto e também não recomendo desmontar SNES em perfeitas condições para este projeto. é melhor comprar no mercado livre quebrado ou apenas o case.


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