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 Overclocking your glob top starfox cartridge

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PostSubject: Overclocking your glob top starfox cartridge   Wed Jul 03, 2013 7:07 pm



Either the surface mount version of the mario chip is different from the glob top version.....or robivy64 is full of sh#t. Robivy64 posted that his mario chip was really hot at 25 mhz and it would freeze / overheat around 27 mhz. This cart runs happily at 45 mhz. I let the intro loop a few times it didn't have any trouble at that speed. The glob top mario chip didn't even get warm. Maybe I need to playtest this thing for hours to notice any issues?
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PostSubject: Re: Overclocking your glob top starfox cartridge   Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:10 pm

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try letting it run overnight and then play it when you wake up. see if it glitches or freezes up.

thats usually how i test my snes decks before i sell them. if they are going to fail they will fail then before i send one out the door.
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