First G6DS real PCB pictures; scorpei.com

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Scorpei, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. Scorpei
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    Hey all,

    I've received (one of) my sample(s) of the G6DS real yesterday. Sadly I have little free time on my hands right now (due to circumstances) so my review will have to wait until after the weekend (probably, I do not like to rush my reviews. I want to take enough time to properly review a product), but I have however managed to open the G6DS real and it's PCB-USB reader and have taken some nice shots for you all (as far as I know I'm the first [​IMG]).

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    You can view them here (warning, the images are quite big, do not attempt to view them, by which I mean not the thumbnails, if you have a slow internet connection);

    http://scorpei.com/G6DS_real.html

    Cheers and have fun with these images [​IMG],
    Scorpei
     
  2. teonintyfive

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    It's naked! run away!
     
  3. aj421

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    Put some clothes on it we have children who go on these forums. [​IMG]
     
  4. DarkMatt

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    Yeah, but they're all in the Pokemon threads [​IMG]
     
  5. aj421

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    True ROFL
     
  6. Xeronage

    Xeronage GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Why is there a BATTERY ON IT? Don't tell me they stuck RAM on it too!
     
  7. Scorpei
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    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Nope, no RAM on there (or at least I can't spot it [​IMG]).
     
  8. Nocturno

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    the big chip stick out of the cart case, just like ez-v..
     
  9. SPiko

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    That's what I wana know. [​IMG]
     
  10. H8TR

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    Didn't shaunj66 or Costello post a pic of the PCB a few days ago?

    Edit: It wasn't them. It was yzx571 here.
     
  11. bladetears

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  12. skullstatue

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    Is that really a battery in the top-left corner? Also, can anyone identify if that chip on the far right is RAM?
     
  13. skullstatue

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    The chip on the far-right is Spansion Flash Memory of some sort.

    Why does it have a battery?!
     
  14. Fieryshadowz

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    aw man.. batteries..
     
  15. 4saken

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    It's a capacitor
     
  16. fli_guy84

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    Yeah, it IS a capacitor. I was also surprised to know it as well.

    See this post: Link



    Aww man, it looks like the FPGA gonna be sticking out behind the sticker [​IMG]

    Also, why do you need clips when you have screws?
     
  17. Scorpei
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    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Yea, that's not too big of a problem though. As with the clips and screw, although I don't think the screw would be needed but seeing as there is just one screw the clips are really needed.
     
  18. bladetears

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    Mind telling me what program you use to take the speed test for the express card?
     
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