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Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by EZ-Flash2, Oct 18, 2017.
we used all available space on the small pcb.
Great pics of the PCB. Looks promising!
Can you confirm if this will have rtc or not? If not, is there any technical reason why?
Do you mean “RTC”?
That ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for continuing to support the GBA and the DS/DS Lite's GBA capability. Awesome.
yeah, stupid auto correct
Found the datasheet for that chip (S71WS512ND0)
It is a combined NOR and PSRAM chip 512NOR, 128Mbit PSRAM.
i wish they would not forget the deluxe lite model and increased the PSRAM in this one :C
Pretty sure there is none. I think there would be an extra chip.
Probably. I'd just like to hear from the team about an absolute confirmation, and whether it was just a decision they took or there a technical limitation preventing them from doing so.
RTC is the one thing keeping this flashcart line from being the absolute all-around best. Would be so cool and exciting to see it on there
no rtc, because there is no space to deploy.
Than why does the m3 lite (also the same size) have rtc?
their battery is not replaceable.
I am excited!
I still have my IV and V.
Yay for GBA news. My most beloved portable ever
It's not hard desoldering a battery though.
so.... any idea when it will be released ????
Smaller battery don't means less battery life?
It does mean shorter battery life (assuming the rest of the components aren't more efficient than before), but this battery will fit in a DS Lite Slot 2 case and is more easily replaced than the EZFlash IV's soldered in battery.