Super NES 1CHIP Mod Updates :: RGB309 / MY LIFE IN GAMING



SNES “Mini” and 1CHIP consoles can now be modded for even better video quality than what we showed in RGB 204. Learn about all of the options available, and whether it’s also worth bypassing a 1CHIP’s native RGB for more “proper” video levels.

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49 thoughts on “Super NES 1CHIP Mod Updates :: RGB309 / MY LIFE IN GAMING”

  1. I have an original snes, not a 1chip and I am not willing to buy a 1chip because a friend gave me a brand new snes, tell me if they make a rgb mod without the picture being blurry.

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  2. Is the native composite signal on the stock SNES Jr. too bright, or is it only the S-Video/RGB via the earlier mod that is too bright?

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  3. thank you very much for the video I have a question, that liquid that you use to clean before welding what kind of liquid it is, by chance is isopropyl alcohol.

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  4. I've the NTSC-U GPM-02 chip model. What's the best and current RGB mod for GPM-02 chip to get the sharpest and cleanest picture quality?

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  5. just got my first crt. time to use this 'ronavirus offtime to grind the alttp practice rom on sd2snes and sink into the mechanics. what an awesome system.

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  6. Thank you VERY much. (DK claps in the air for yall)
    This is helping me make a decision on what modded SNES to buy on ebay.

    I only play my original SNES & DKC at Christmas.
    I need a replacement to play on original 32inch CRT while it still works.

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  7. Videos and knowledge like this often amazes me.
    As an industrial smith you can hand me a hammer and an anglegrinder, and I'll build ya almost whatever you want, but when it comes to circuitboards, chips, programming and audio/video signals I have no idea how it works!
    As always, thank you so much for making these videos! I learn so much from them!

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  8. 1chip consoles serial number starts with UN3 but sometimes people swap boards when fixing or restoring.

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  9. I use RGB 192v fro extron to convert vga to rgb csync which my video interface only accepts with negative polarity . Unfortunately the image is not centerd. It is 1.5 cm to right side and the top and windows taskbar don't appear. I tried many resolution and video settings but no success. It has a shif nob which moves the image to the left but it becomes drak and lost details even after adjusting and the top and bottom still offset!!
    Any suggestions?

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  10. Can you do a HDMI mod for the SNES?
    I am sure it's possible, but might take a lot wiring and modding for it too work…
    Want to do the same for my GameCube and N64…

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  11. The cap issue, are a thing of all old hardware. As an example. SMD caps on Amiga's are of bad quality (thanks for shit Commodore) because of cost reducing in production. Yet not an issue as such on Amiga500's. The C64 on the other hand, need to have caps replaced. I did it on my model C64-c a couple of months ago, and boy what a difference. It is operating without issues at all now. And the feel of the machine is brand new again. Amiga500's were somehow used less than C64's, so I predict that they will all need recapping within the next 5 years. I think that even Atari2600's need recapping these days. Though I must warn about ceramic caps on machines that used electrolyt as standard. It is not always good. The thing is, that ceramic might prevent spill of fluid, that eats traces, in the long run. They will cause slight issues. It is not by much, only degrading the feel and sound/gfx quality by some 5 percent. Yet it is chritical for the absolute purists. My 600 got ceramic tantelum after a recap, and though the gfx looks like brand new, the sound is not 100 spot on. Yet I got the luxury of not dealing with electrolyt fluid in 20 years from now. So it is a question of what you want. Eliminating possible issues of corroded traces and pads in the long run or wanting the absolute pure result. I went for the failsafe route, sacrificed 5 percent sound quality. For others, it might be better to use electrolyt instead.

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  12. Actually thinking of getting myself the mini, or JR. so i can get this chipset.. sucks they haven't come out with an HDMI mod like the N64 has. I"m still waiting on chips for my N64 ehh

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  13. Awesome fuckin video. SNES is pretty much THE best console. Still got mine and it's been like what? 20ish years? Fucker still works lol. So long as I jam a pen cap into the game slot to keep it from resetting lol. It also turned a sort of brownish color on the bottom… Mine also has a chip in it in the same place as the one in this video lolz. I used a hdmi scart converter to make it look good on my hd tvs… Now I just got the snes mini that's modded with 7000 games so… I kind of don't need the snes anymore but I have so many memories with it……. I will never get rid it.

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  14. I'm getting a lot of motion blur when connecting my SNES to my 4K tv via framemeister.
    The TV is on "Game mode" and the motion smoothing feature is off.
    What could be causing that?

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