Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby kensan » Sat Jul 13, 2019 12:27 pm

I got a broken NES mini, and I make a Mr. NES :)
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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby djmartins » Sun Jul 14, 2019 1:13 am

kensan wrote:I got a broken NES mini, and I make a Mr. NES :)


Very nice build!
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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby bitfan2011 » Mon Jul 22, 2019 3:50 am

kensan wrote:I got a broken NES mini, and I make a Mr. NES :)

that's cool - can you store the controller in the fronthole?

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby kensan » Tue Jul 23, 2019 3:58 am

bitfan2011 wrote:
kensan wrote:I got a broken NES mini, and I make a Mr. NES :)

that's cool - can you store the controller in the fronthole?


usb controller is supported, I got a 8bitdo bluetooth controller and adaptor instead.

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby trashuncle » Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:20 am

Here are some photos of my modified childhood Genesis. The board was no good anymore and I didn't wanna waste time fixing it when I have another working High Definition 1601. So... I made this one a MiSTer console.

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby drj3rk » Tue Jul 23, 2019 3:30 pm

Nice builds! I like all these ones that are built into old consoles and computers.

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby Meista80 » Tue Jul 23, 2019 4:45 pm

(ugly) MisterSFC

- uses the original power input jack, power switch and LED
- uses the original controller port #1 (passed through to a SNES-USB adapter)
- uses the original Nintendo-multiout for audio/video

I'm using it exclusively on a CRT, that's why I don't need an HDMI-out.
I'll either add one USB-port to the back or wire it to controller port #2 and use it with an external adapter cable.

The DE10 is secured by four screws through the bottom shell, the USB hub (hidden underneath the SNES-USB adapter)
and the SNES-USB adapter are held down by double sided sticky tape.
Heat/air circulation hasn't been a problem...yet.

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby kensan » Wed Jul 24, 2019 1:53 am

Add some detail picture。
The NES mini room is crowded,I have cut all plastic pin inside;
Use a very small 4 output usb hub(I use only 2 output);
Use a soft flat hdmi cable (90°standard male to mini female)extend the hdmi socket;
Use a self made micro usb femal socket to dc male connectting the original micro usb hole to mister, and I use a magnetic power cable(just like old Macbook :D )
Use a led getting 3V power from GPIO;
Use the original daughter board of the NES mini, start up and shutdown is controlled by the power button;
Since the original reset switch is cut off by default, turn on by pressing, i was a little complex to make it control the reseting of mister, finally I give up;
BTW, the hot melt adhesive is great help for the modding. :cheers:
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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby Lynkk » Sat Jul 27, 2019 9:44 am

I also put the Mister inside a Super Nintendo :)

It's heavily inspired by this person here, so thanks to him!:
https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/116 ... es-build/2

The SSD is inside the game cartridge. I can access the mSD card from the extension port.

The reset button works, it opens the menu from the Mister. I had to block the eject button.

It's a bit too cramped, I'm worry it's going to overheat, maybe I'll pierce holes through the eject button.

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby Newsdee » Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:14 pm

How did you print the cart label?

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby Lynkk » Sun Jul 28, 2019 10:31 am

Newsdee wrote:How did you print the cart label?


Hello!

This is how I did it:

I got the psd file from deviantart:
https://www.deviantart.com/michaelmannu ... -471348229
https://www.deviantart.com/michaelmannu ... -471349233

I modified it with my own design (I can share it if you want).

Then I printed it on this paper:
https://www.photopaperdirect.com/produc ... Paper.html

I bought them from Amazon but it is from this brand. It's not great (read the comments on amazon) but it does the job!

Hope it helps :)

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby sirtonk » Thu Aug 01, 2019 11:20 pm

That super famicom cart is hilarious, very good idea.

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Re: Show us your MiSTer hardware setup

Postby NobleX13 » Mon Aug 05, 2019 3:44 pm

trashuncle wrote:Here are some photos of my modified childhood Genesis. The board was no good anymore and I didn't wanna waste time fixing it when I have another working High Definition 1601. So... I made this one a MiSTer console.

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Looks good! I love the look of the Sega Genesis housing. Evokes lots of childhood nostalgia.


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