15 Year Member
- Dec 1, 2005
You are gonna fry chips past 5.25v, I think it's you rig that's not pushing out 5v properly. You should never go passed 5.1v. Make sure you check it at the board not the PSU.
STREET FIGHTER THE MOVIE
EXTRA OR NO CREDITS.
LINES ON THE SCREEN.
GAMES RESET DURING PLAY
STREET FIGHTER THE MOVIE IS A NON CAPCOM ‘CPS’ SYSTEM. THIS SYSTEM REQUIRES A HIGHER VOLTAGE TO OPERATE AT ITS MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE.
VCC SHOULD BE SET AT 5.20 +/- .05VDC . THIS CAN BE CHECKED BY PLACING ONE LEAD OF YOUR METER AT THE NEGATIVE SIDE OF C106, AND THE OTHER LEAD ON F1.
I have a modded AES console with an adapter that says it is 10v output. In reading about the Super Convertor II that is used for MVS to AES conversion it states this:
SNK's NEO•GEO AES System's uses two type of AC Adapters,one uses 5V DC , the other uses 12V DC. The label on the AC Adapter indicates which voltage the system uses.
IF the output indicates "12V DC" ,then they can use the super AC adapter;
IF the output indicates "5V DC" , then there is NO need for the super AC adapter.
With my power saying 10v I am not sure if I need the extra power adapter to play all games.....can anyone help with this....Thanks
MVS doesn't use -5v.
What era are we talking here? I have a ton of Konami boards and none of them use the -5v.Most KONAMI boards use the -5v. Fuck, even the Bubble System uses the -5v (which the wiring is based off the SCRAMBLE wiring)