SNES Classic vs. Original SNES Tear-Down


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    Gamers NexusGamers Nexus

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    We decided to take apart the original SNES versus the SNES classic, showing the disassembly process along the way.
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    The original SNES uses game bits, a special type of screw, and was one of the first consumer devices to use special bits to block attempts at opening the device. We used an iFixit Universal Bit Kit for this: geni.us/G5rg
    While taking apart the original SNES, we also took apart the SNES Classic side-by-side to compare the differences. We might benchmark the SNES Classic at some point, but it'll have to wait until after CES!
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Gamers Nexus
Gamers Nexus

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TheNews1990
TheNews1990

04:35 actually that was for online games download service, and multiplayer. That's what the stellaview was for.

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Sillas Lucena
Sillas Lucena

I'm really looking forward to the benchmarks.

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Bruce Richwine
Bruce Richwine

Gamers Nexus should of did this video with an Analogue Super NT also. The ultimate Super Nintendo.

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davidkrocks
davidkrocks

If you're wondering who makes this chip; ITS Nanya! NANYA BUSINESS

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bebo2112354
bebo2112354

Gamers Nexus Steve can you please confirm if the two player performance on the newer model got worse than the original? While playing Contra two player, every time we jumped while firing the game stuttered badly. I do not remember this happening on the classic. Please!

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epicmetalness
epicmetalness

yes, but will it run Crysis?

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Thewrathofjay
Thewrathofjay

can you compare this with the raspberry pi? it seems like similar hardware. software wise this is plug and play, but to achieve the same with a RPi it takes "some" extra steps but it also gives a lot more FREEdom!

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Jeordie White
Jeordie White

The goblins that run activision-blizzard are ruining wow as well. The economy inflation is getting much worse. The gold grind had shrunk to nothing and all your main gold was to be gathered from auction houses and people selling wow gold for wow tokens. So they stifled your gold income to very little if you don't constantly put stuff on the auction house or buy gold. So it drove up the prices and pushed down the price of tokens. All for the sake of getting more cash flow. Besides that BFA is only one patch in and it's already a long slow boring shit show that isn't fun. It seemed like it had content. However I am not fucking doing the quest grind again for rep items and artifact power. That was the worst system that I can't go back to. If you want to be a completionist, you have to get extremely lucky or grind into a new expansion fucking daily. This is the newest low for wow and it's just only getting started in bfa. The faction scenario battles are all pve, which admittedly could be worse on days when you want to get this weekly shit content done if one side was dominating over and over. However this expansion is already dragging and I had to unsub and I enjoyed WoD, i knew it was on the grand scale one of the most boring. Legion was good, but BFA is just trash. The first raid had one fun boss, the end boss. Everything else was just boring nonsense. I can't find any reason to play anymore. Everything is gearing towards buy tokens for gold. They have a mount for the auction house that sells at 5 million and you either have to sell a lot on the auction house or buy a lot of gold tokens. Legion had more gold to farm, sure this patch increased some gold gains a bit if you are willing to sacrifice hours every day to fucking grind world quests to max out endless rep bars. Even then it's pretty low. The launch of the expansion at least showed horde was the dominant and superior faction. Alliance were majorly under represented, except in the occasional pvp group when it came to warmode. Then blizzard buffed the alliances warmode rewards by 30% from the already 10%, giving them 40% increased warmode rewards to get them to participate. So alliance now just group up in large numbers and you have to group up to kill them. It's a full on shit show that doesn't make the game anymore fun. When you are there to complete quests and you need a raid to counter the 40 man alliance raids on the area, it's not exactly fun when your quest isn't completing grouped up. So you have to go it on your own. While pvp can be fun, this sort of shit is just designed to keep you from completing your quest and just pvping and getting ganked slowly when you leave group and go 5 man or by yourself. Yeah it's hard to get people to participate, so they make it a huge battle and the alliance get the better rewards, so they are there to fuck with you. Yay?

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Cessna Dreams
Cessna Dreams

It's amazing how simple the SNES is inside compared to the enclosure years later -when I was a kid I thought it might as well have contained multiple stacked pieces of Mother Brain's.. well, brain

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KOLOSSOS
KOLOSSOS

Linus would have put an RTX 2080 in and watercooled it :D I wonder if you could overclock the original SNES to make it run Star Fox more smoothly...

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Cessna Dreams
Cessna Dreams

Definitely in my top 10 all time Snes

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KOLOSSOS
KOLOSSOS

+Cessna Dreams Probably the first game I ever played in my life! Today I find it more impressive than I did back then; especially the music

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Cessna Dreams
Cessna Dreams

Star Fox was excellent thanks for reminding of that game. I loved it's extra chip

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Joshua Scholar
Joshua Scholar

Without having watch this, I don't see the point. Didn't they do what everyone else did, take a cheap device equivalent to an android tablet, put linux on it and an emulator? There isn't gonna be anything about the new one's technology that has anything to do with a 90's game machine or even much of a modern one.

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Tian kay
Tian kay

Still wondering why the US model looks so damn ugly. The original Super Famicom has this sleek rounded shape case, and they also used it for the EU model. Only the US got their own bulky and cheap looking case with wobbly buttons. Doesnt make sense to me...

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Serj Star
Serj Star

what's the point fo this dont have anything better to do?

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Dazouri
Dazouri

phone number still reaches the mother-ship! ..daz

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Samira Peri
Samira Peri

Es-nes.

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Irrelevant
Irrelevant

That's crazy white for a non 1Chip SNES! My SNES is yellow as heck... I really have to retrobright it.

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benbmusic88
benbmusic88

This is awesome! Please do more! I wish you taken the controller apart haha, not that it was necessary.

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Krankie V
Krankie V

good sponsor, good sponsor... I went with the EVGA G3 750W psu in my latest gaming machine. It is a very nice power supply.

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Sydical
Sydical

Got $100 for Christmas. Buys a SNES over the SNES Classic for that authentic feel.

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NonsensicalVids
NonsensicalVids

now to make you feel old. my first console was a ps2, and my second was an xbox 360

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arcanask
arcanask

Wow! That is a massive lever.

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Not An Uploader
Not An Uploader

I love EVGA's G3 Supernovas, I bought a 750W unit but the modularity actually makes it harder to cable manage than my 650 N1 I had. Since the cables don't all come from one small point on the unit, there's a lot of stretching needs done. And the cables are extremely thick.

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Michael Theurer
Michael Theurer

the first super nintendo (famicom) was released in 1990.

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C4103
C4103

Huh, those controller ports look like the ones on the bottom of a wiimote.

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Joe Stacks
Joe Stacks

the bit comes in the $30 kit as well. don't force people to buy the $80 kit just to get the game bit

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Alacritous
Alacritous

Dude. Those split ends are sooo distracting. You've got to do something about that.

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dcikaruga
dcikaruga

A little surprised there was hardly any dust in that old SNES.

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Nilz
Nilz

this clearly shows he knows nothing if not barely about the SNES (or just acting like it for the kicks on views)

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Lawrence Timme
Lawrence Timme

The old one is from when Japan was at its peak making quality shit. The new one is from now where Nintendo is riding a wave of nostalgia while making cheap Chinese grade crap which will break after 3 years. Once all the 30 year old boomers stop buying this crap and loose the nostalgia, Nintendo will die.

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boggisthecat
boggisthecat

@29:00 — ‘KiB’ in this case is the exact same thing as the old usage ‘KB’; 1 024 bytes. Units with prefixes followed by ‘i’ are just the newer recommended usage, intended to prevent confusion of the IT ‘binary approximation’ multiples and the SI prefixes: ‘1 kB’ should be 1 000 B (because ‘k’ stands for ‘kilo’ which is 1 000), while ‘1 kiB’ means ‘1 [k in binary]B’ or 1 024 B (2 to the power of 10 yields 1 024). Hard drives have always given capacity in SI units — so a ‘1 TB’ hard drive is nominally 1 000 000 000 000 bytes, and not 1 099 511 627 776 bytes — while everything else in an IT device will use the ‘binary approximation’. This is why your 1 TB hard drive will show as smaller than 1 TiB in your operating system. (Also, I didn’t use the comma as decimal separator in the numbers given; using a space instead. Europeans, and the SI, use the comma as a decimal point — ‘1,5’ is one and a half — so using it as a separator is also discouraged. Go ahead and complain, but your kids will be taught these conventions and will be less confused because of it.)

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Paul Dougherty
Paul Dougherty

Before you mentioned it, I was going to say that your SNES didn't turn yellow.

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schtive81
schtive81

The Ricoh 5A22 is based on the 65C816, which is a 16bit variant of the 8-bit 6502 found in the NES. The 65C816 is also found in the Apple II GS line. The 65C816 is backwards compatible with the 6502. When Nintendo was designing the SNES they wanted backwards compatibility with the NES originally, so they chose this CPU. But many discrepancies with the different audio chip and graphics chip caused Nintendo to drop HW BC with the NES, but they kept the CPU for the final design.

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steve polychronopolis
steve polychronopolis

i really appreciate you guys staying on-topic with the in-video ads and sponsors. just please... no underwear ads!!!

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YTCensorsMe Poop
YTCensorsMe Poop

The 3.58MHZ CPU was the downfall of this console from a hardware standpoint. That was weak even for 1990 standards. The fact it couldn’t even reach full speed, the 8-bit bus and other bottlenecks, meant very slow games. By comparison Segas Genesis which came 2 years earlier in 1988 has a 7.67Mhz CPU with a 16-bit bus and other advantages. The color palette on the snes was nice and it had scaling/rotation abilities albeit limited to just a single background layer. The console isn’t known for doing fast action games very well, but more slower paced platformers and RPGs. One of the reasons for the weak CPU is it is backwards compatible with the 8-bit NES. Backwards compatibility was probably in the cards at one point. It was also much cheaper than say licensing a Motorola 68000.

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tony dcosta
tony dcosta

Yes the first one did because it was originally coded for the genesis and then ported to the SNES in fact it didn't even take advantage of the SNES's graphics and color palette.

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Cessna Dreams
Cessna Dreams

+tony dcosta you seem to be right. I remember Mortal Kombat played better on Genesis vs SNES

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Boozab99
Boozab99

YTCensorsMe Poop ... Do you have proof or source cause I want to know.

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YTCensorsMe Poop
YTCensorsMe Poop

Boozab99 “backwards compatibility was probably in the cards at one point”. The CPU they chose is BC with NES code. Or maybe it was just sheer utter cheapness who knows.

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Boozab99
Boozab99

YTCensorsMe Poop Since when did the Super Nintendo have backwards compatibility with the NES? Answer? Never.

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Michael Nager
Michael Nager

Steve, it's scaled down to a QUARTER of the size.

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irxproductions
irxproductions

Liked the video right when he said "Time to feel old." I got my NES when I was in 5th grade (1987... sigh). Love the channel!

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SuperDan
SuperDan

SNES Master Race (^.^)

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Gibson299
Gibson299

Quad core ARM 7 Cortex, 2GB Memory =/ Nicely over powered for a emulator thats only running 16-bit games. You could easily run probly quiet a bit more, but then ofc you only have any controller with a Wii plugin.

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All4Grogg
All4Grogg

Super Scope for the snes was the greatest accessory in history if the only qualifications considered was number of batteries drained.

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All4Grogg
All4Grogg

But can it run Crysis?

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ImmodderNation
ImmodderNation

Your console is in amazing condition. I had to whiten my friends with hydrogen peroxide. Here's the video if you want to try. http://youtu.be/y9qI6uWo8hA

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Chey Chey
Chey Chey

Your snes has indeed aged very well. I couldn’t notice the imperfections until you pointed out. Gr8 vid as always Steve.

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Belnick6666
Belnick6666

Why are USA SNES so weird looking and whats up with blue and purple? edit:: also controller buttons should be green blue, yellow red, not just 2 different color of blue lol

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Joseph Korczakowski
Joseph Korczakowski

I'm sure Nintendo will want to sue you for tampering with their ~2 decade old system.

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Themisterfly85
Themisterfly85

Im happy i live in Europe, i prefer the EU version, its way prettier

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Michael Garand
Michael Garand

Random thought. Totally unrelated... But the verge should totally sell a branded swiss army knife for pc builders. I would sure as shit buy one. Im thinking they ship it in a branded tool box that says "essential PC building tool kit" and you open it up to reveal a Swiss Army knife in a foam insert. With some zip tie tweezers. Just some light hearted fun at their expense. Maybe put the proceeds towards charity.

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fuckoffyou
fuckoffyou

Steve is taking more care on disassembling his old SNES than brand new 3000$ nvidia graphics card.

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Ryan Martinez
Ryan Martinez

Wait... From all the questions you've asked about the make up of the SNES... Have you never taken a retro console apart before?

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3d printing meathead
3d printing meathead

Sponsored by gn mod mats, in all new SNES edition, with pcb layout and screw, lever and spring layouts to help with screw management. Get your today at the link below.

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TheFoodnipple
TheFoodnipple

Nintendo probably didnt use the same mold they most likely took the blueprints and modified them internally to accept USB stuff. They dusted off the old BP's and half the work was done. t. I do molding stuff

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Mike Loeven
Mike Loeven

the real question is WHY with emulators that will run on cell phones and USB snes controllers there is no reason for this to exist

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Nikolei Falkon
Nikolei Falkon

Dude!, care your hair, use conditioners, etc

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dannyobo
dannyobo

We'll look back in 20 odd years at pc's from today and see how big they used to be, probably?

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UNSCPILOT
UNSCPILOT

Nah, mid and high end PCs are likely to stay fairly large, there always going to be pulling heaps of power and putting off heat like no one's business, they'll just take advantage of the higher levels of miniaturization to let them pack in even more hardware and ludicrous amounts of processing power. I only really expect to see laptops get replaced with tablets eventually with only a few gaming specific or other small niches still using actual laptops TL:DR PCs have stayed roughly the same size on average (with lots bigger or smaller) since at least the late 80s

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lenn55
lenn55

would be cool to see you take apart an old 80s Atari system.

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Blask Vesperia
Blask Vesperia

those controller ports look very similar to the Wiimote aux plug its pro controller might actually be compatible.

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s p o o k i f i e d
s p o o k i f i e d

Forgot how big the snes is

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Cody Bradley
Cody Bradley

Good thing this came out. Im encasing my old snes in wood, might just do it with the smaller boy

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Jonathan Cohen
Jonathan Cohen

You fool! You’ve voided the warranty on your original SNES by taking it apart!

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Trancemaster Onyx
Trancemaster Onyx

6:54 Nice.

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Isosceles
Isosceles

Who down votes this? obviously this channel is not for you. lol

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Viewer19
Viewer19

Nice coverage of Follow Me tech from Naomi http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13uqdEKYUpA

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Κωνσταντινος Παγιατης
Κωνσταντινος Παγιατης

6:46. The Verge, taking notes?

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Captian Morgan
Captian Morgan

6:56 Or a knife and hope it has a fingernail accessory with it.

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BlowMeWonKenobi
BlowMeWonKenobi

So you have have one of the original SNES where the CPU and video chip were separate. Later revisions of the SNES and the SNES Jr had a single chip. The original SNES like what you have doesn't have the best video quality and can be a bit blurry. The bad thing about the SNES Jr is that the multiout port doesn't output RGB or S-Video, however you can easily mod it to output both RGB and S-Video. Also there are mods to use an external RGB amp for even better video quality.

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alucard971
alucard971

Can you put away your solid gold rtx? Its upsetting us plebs.

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Daniel Ellerbrock
Daniel Ellerbrock

Steve where did you get that ruler? I like that it shows the SMD sizes!

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Chaython Meredith
Chaython Meredith

why does the r16 look cracked just some residue from the thermal pad?

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Charles Balliet
Charles Balliet

what the remake has proprietary controller ports this is bullshit

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gamamew
gamamew

Yesterday I was watching the video from gameranx about the insides of the PS4 and I was thinking, what about a video of the SNES.Then GN comes with this teardown video.

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Phillip Edwards
Phillip Edwards

How is Ifixit now a sponsor of yours yet? You plug their products every video. You have to have sold many of these tool kits for them.

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spork8655
spork8655

Your SNES is in amazing shape! Very little yellowing.

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LuigiStyl
LuigiStyl

I doubt this will get seen much, but if it does, there are some differences between original SNES (SNS-001) consoles. Disregarding the fact that there was a major design overhaul with the SNES (model number SNS-101), there were also hardware changes throughout the SNS-001 life-cycle. I have compared internals with a friend who has numerous different broken SNES consoles he uses for repair parts and he has educated me about the variations in the past. I know that my SNS-001 is different from most of my friend's SNS-001, just based on the internals. Sadly, I do not currently have comparison pictures of the component layouts, but it is interesting to look into, if you're curious. But, the model that Steve shows in the video is but one of many internal configurations. I don't know how well YouTube accepts links, so Google "SNES differences reddit" and a considerate poster has made a spreadsheet that shows the various different chips used in many of the configurations. Some of the models combined internal chips to reduce the number of parts, all with varying levels of performance and accuracy. Try to keep this in mind when testing the performance differences between your SNS-001 and the SNES Classic.

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DatBoiMase Duune
DatBoiMase Duune

What is that ruler, and where do I find one??

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Nathan Rice
Nathan Rice

Embedded ad at the beginning of the vid: Tech Jesus confirmed. Yet again.

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Tadas Nanartonis
Tadas Nanartonis

#rapeandkillnintendo reason: emuparadise. probably it does not require further explanation...

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Adel
Adel

Sure with a hashtag like that I'm sure your movement will take off real good.

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omegaorgun
omegaorgun

Very cool!I only remember the other SNES in Europe. Retroflag do some nice Raspberry Pi cases including this SNES. I'd also like to know what is a good stable way to emulate on the ASUS tinker board. The ASUS Chromebox with lakka is supposed to be a great emulator and can power up to GameCube games.

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brad legree
brad legree

love you videos man, this one was nice and how you researched each part, i had to stop the show i was falling asleep, not your fault lol

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RepsUp100
RepsUp100

Engagement

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justin f
justin f

Just an FYI, the SNES is pronounced "sness". This was officially confirmed by Nintendo. Nice video!

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Eric Brunhammer
Eric Brunhammer

Don't turn it on, take it apart

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Aris D.O.S
Aris D.O.S

I wonder if you can fit an ITX Motherboard in the Original SNES?🤔

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NickPicker WI
NickPicker WI

That would be one of the dopest mods ever.

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MUMOD BIOS
MUMOD BIOS

Reality check for me... I still see SNES as the "new" console lol.... Atari 2600 FTW ;)

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Trogdor8freebird
Trogdor8freebird

'85 for the US' NES, '83 for JAP famicom. Still long time ago though :P

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Christian Bekker Andersen
Christian Bekker Andersen

Knock knock... Who's where?... Nanya... Nanya who?.... Nanya business!

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Stephan Burgwal
Stephan Burgwal

This looks way different than the one we had in The Netherlands, ours was better looking ;)

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Bobzillaaaful
Bobzillaaaful

should call the number on the back for tech support lol

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glossedghost
glossedghost

You're beautiful for doing this.

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Apollo1321
Apollo1321

I got a mod mat for Christmas, and just bought one of the new copper mugs. Thank you, keep up the work!

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The Shape
The Shape

Wow, american consoles look ugly as fuck. Did you have no taste at all. I heard old american cars were sofa’s on wheels with ugly looks. I guess now you don’t get shafted on ugly consoles, but damn, purple and ugly.

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S.A. Smith
S.A. Smith

£11.36 customs fee for one of your Tshirts to come into the UK!!! Can't wait until we leave the EU and I can order stuff without the exorbient fees they throw at us!

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S.A. Smith
S.A. Smith

+Chibi Chabot will only get them 1/3 the shirt, it's a 33% friggin tax on import which for a tshirt is rediculous! Damn Eurocrats in Strasbourg and Brussels imposing tax policy on people! #NoTaxationWithoutRepresentation Should throw French wine and German Sausages into the English Channel.

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Chibi Chabot
Chibi Chabot

S.A. Smith that 11.36 is so the customs agent can get a t-shirt too

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Robert T
Robert T

Actually 8 years is pretty lengthy. Likely a result of rudimentary technology where big leaps wouldn't be seen until after the SNES. The n64 launched 5 year after the SNES. The GameCube and the Wii was also 5 years cycles. Also, PS1 > PS2 was 5 years PS2 > PS3 was 6 years PS3 > PS4 was 7 years Xbox > Xbox 360 was 4 years Xbox 360 > Xbox One was 8 years I think a 6 year console development cycle is a more appropriate target.

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Carter Baker
Carter Baker

I use to work in electronic manufacturing those heat spreaders are also FCC guards.

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Enrique Atentar
Enrique Atentar

Can you Tear Down other things that no one have ever seen like ai robots, China stuff vs the original one like Smart TV's, Refrigerator.

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J Griff
J Griff

This ws a brilliant idea, happy new sub

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InsaneFirebat
InsaneFirebat

The rubbers... it's important. Take the damn controller apart and give a close up of the rubbers! Press them down so we can see how thin it's made and how it flexes. Compare them side by side to see if they're interchangeable with the original. The whole thing is just an emulator in a box without those controllers.

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Rick Elder
Rick Elder

You should do a teardown and analysis of the FPGA based Super NT by Analogue.

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EnderBlazex
EnderBlazex

Same CPU/GPU as my Lenovo A5000.

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Noah Bird
Noah Bird

Steve, you an active retro console gamer? The passion for your SNES is admirable.

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Nedelcu Catalin
Nedelcu Catalin

19:08 Can you do some shunt mods on it to oc that SoC? 😂

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Lukas Liwandouw
Lukas Liwandouw

Super NES got Super GLUED

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How Now Brown Cow
How Now Brown Cow

Love the verge reference.

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Dillon Youngquist
Dillon Youngquist

I want that asus ruler

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陈北宗
陈北宗

That SNES Classic platform has a quad core ARM Cortex-A7 at 1.5GHz maximum, 256MB DDR3L-1600 SDRAM and 512MB SLC NAND Flash. R16, as part of Allwinner sunxi lineup, has good open source support from linux-sunxi community, and you might be able to pull the contents out and replace the firmware with your own preferred Linux distribution.

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NDogg15
NDogg15

That subtle Verge reference lol

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