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They exist ! Nightmare Tony's comment is [[http://www.neo-geo.com/forums/showthread.php?218321-Is-my-MV1C-a-boot&p=3253262&viewfull=1#post3253262 here]].
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When it comes to NeoGeo [[bootleg]]s, games are on the front line. But bootleg systems also exist !
  
Some pictures from http://mvs.gotwalls.com/
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Nightmare Tony's comment is [[http://www.neo-geo.com/forums/showthread.php?218321-Is-my-MV1C-a-boot&p=3253262&viewfull=1#post3253262 here]].
  
=Bootleg MV1FZ=
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Some pictures are from [[http://mvs.gotwalls.com/ MVS Scans]].
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="NO" MV1FZ=
  
 
[[File:Fake_mv1fz.jpg|right|512px]]
 
[[File:Fake_mv1fz.jpg|right|512px]]
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[[File:Fake_mv1c.jpg|right|512px]]
 
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="Gobit" MV1FZ=
  
 
[[File:Fakemvs.jpg|right|512px]]
 
[[File:Fakemvs.jpg|right|512px]]
  
* First gen chipset
 
 
* Vertical board is soldered
 
* Vertical board is soldered
 
* Custom chips are marked "68C101", "68C202" and "68C303"
 
* Custom chips are marked "68C101", "68C202" and "68C303"
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* 4 ROMs as in original MVS boards: BIOS, [[SFIX ROM]], [[M1 ROM]], [[LO]]
 
* 4 ROMs as in original MVS boards: BIOS, [[SFIX ROM]], [[M1 ROM]], [[LO]]
 
* [[Backup RAM]] saved by a supercap
 
* [[Backup RAM]] saved by a supercap
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="Gobit" MV1C=
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[[File:Fake_mv1c_gobit.jpg|right|512px]]
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* Same custom chips as above
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Picture from maikoldrumer.
  
 
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* First gen chipset
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* DIP format (overclocked!) 10MHz [[68k]] CPU
* Normal DIP format overclocked (!) 10MHz [[68k]] CPU
 
 
* Through-hole 5% resistors [[video DAC]]
 
* Through-hole 5% resistors [[video DAC]]
* Custom chips are marked "NEN0.4","007","NEN08","NEN09"
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* Custom chips are marked "NEN0.4" ([[NEO-D0] ?), "007", "NEN08", "NEN09"
 
* Socketed original YM2610
 
* Socketed original YM2610
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* Uses a bunch of PALs
 
* [[Backup RAM]] saved by a supercap
 
* [[Backup RAM]] saved by a supercap
  

Revision as of 15:37, 14 June 2018

When it comes to NeoGeo bootlegs, games are on the front line. But bootleg systems also exist !

Nightmare Tony's comment is [here].

Some pictures are from [MVS Scans].

"NO" MV1FZ

Fake mv1fz.jpg
  • Vertical board is soldered
  • Normal DIP format 68k CPU
  • Through-hole 5% resistors video DAC
  • Custom chips are marked "A66" (NEO-B1 ?), "NO-03", "NO-5" (and a blank one)
  • Original YM2610
  • Uses a bunch of PALs
  • Backup RAM saved by a supercap


"NO" MV1C

Fake mv1c.jpg
  • Uses the same "NO-03" and "NO-5" chips as above
  • Gold nugget 16MHz 68k CPU !
  • The "9817 870768593" chip is probably the same as "A66"
  • Space for a QFPR clone of the YM2610 in U1A ?
  • Uses a bunch of PALs
  • RAM chips on the back side
  • Backup RAM saved by a supercap


"Gobit" MV1FZ

Fakemvs.jpg
  • Vertical board is soldered
  • Custom chips are marked "68C101", "68C202" and "68C303"
  • Socketed Toshiba Z84 Z80 and Motorola 68k CPUs
  • YM2610 clone named ECW08-4 ?
  • 4 ROMs as in original MVS boards: BIOS, SFIX ROM, M1 ROM, LO
  • Backup RAM saved by a supercap


"Gobit" MV1C

Fake mv1c gobit.jpg
  • Same custom chips as above

Picture from maikoldrumer.


"Goldstar" version

Fakemvs5.jpg
  • DIP format (overclocked!) 10MHz 68k CPU
  • Through-hole 5% resistors video DAC
  • Custom chips are marked "NEN0.4" ([[NEO-D0] ?), "007", "NEN08", "NEN09"
  • Socketed original YM2610
  • Uses a bunch of PALs
  • Backup RAM saved by a supercap