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- Sat Jul 13, 2019 3:14 pm
- Forum: Show-off Corner (mintyPi)
- Topic: Helder's Own Builds
- Replies: 2
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Here is one I made for a friend of mine who has been helping me do some home improvements as a thank you gift. Of course it's loaded with games and has been enjoying it very much. I'll post some more I build here in this thread. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/197017091352690688/5997097661423...
Yes arguing is normal as people tend to be defensive of critique of the likely issues that they don't want to admit could be the issue. The thing is this is my 4th run of MintyPi kits and I have seen more than enough people think their soldering is 100% but it often isn't even though it looks good. ...
- Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:50 pm
- Forum: Support (mintyPi)
- Topic: SNES and General Performance Confusion
- Replies: 2
- Views: 216
Anytime I have emulator issues I turn wifi off and Bluetooth and I see an instant boost in performance. Now as you mention possible heat damage it might bring things to light, once the pi gets excessively hit it throttles the clock of the pi so it can cool off. This of course slows games down but yo...
- Sun Jul 07, 2019 6:58 pm
- Forum: For Sale/Trade
- Topic: [SALE] Retro PSU, a 3.5A Output capable Boost Board
- Replies: 144
- Views: 34789
Measure the voltage of the battery it might be a bad battery. The board will not output the proper voltage if there is no battery present or the battery is faulty. Try another charged battery to be sure it's the PSU and not your battery. I have already try three different battery packs (that works ...
- Sun Jul 07, 2019 6:56 pm
- Forum: Show-off Corner
- Topic: WII U RASPBERRY PI 3 FINISHED
- Replies: 565
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I have exactly the same issue, I am also using the Retro PSU with the powerboard and the Pi shuts down after a few seconds. Also using Veterangamer's component list. Any ideas appreciated. Are you wiring the TX GPIO to the powerboard? That is what keeps the Pi and everything else powered if that is...
Since this is the v3 there is very little chance of that happening but what I think it is from you're playing it and it resets is a weak GND or 3.3v and or 5v point. Redo those points really well especially the GND which has many GND gpio, I suggest soldering down a few to be sure that is solid.